Personal Data – Regulation, Control, and Removal: A Solution for GDPR Compliance for EBS
Date: Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Time: 11:00 – 11:45 am Eastern
When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect on May 25, 2018, it will have broad impacts across every business – not just in the EU, and not just in a CRM application used for marketing. GDPR is setting the standard for retention, protection, and use of personal data for customers, employees, or business partners. Even if your Oracle® E-Business Suite (EBS) is not the primary source of personal data in your company, GDPR compliance will impact processes, applications, systems and technologies, and it will require involvement throughout your organization, including IT, security, legal, HR, marketing, and more.
In this information session, learn how to best interpret the GDPR regulation and to evaluate some of the different approaches for your EBS environment. We will examine many of the main stumbling blocks and review a proven technology to go through the full lifecycle from consent to data removal, resulting in complete GDPR compliance for companies on EBS.
7648 San Remo Place
Orlando, FL 32835
CPE Programs Administrator – Brian Lewis
*Please note that as an information session, CPE credit will not be availableProgram Level:AllPrerequisites:NonePreparation:No advance preparation required.Delivery Method:Group-InternetCost:FreeSpeaker:
Helene Abrams is chairperson and CEO of eprentise.com. She founded the company in 2007 with a vision to provide software that accelerates business change for enterprises by providing Correct, Complete, and Consistent information. eprentise software is disruptive software that replaces traditional data migration technology and allows its customers to accelerate business change in a short timeframe and at a low cost. Abrams is regarded as an innovator who has enabled customers of Oracle® E-Business Suite (EBS) to change their EBS footprint to realign it with business changes such as mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures, the need to comply with new statutory and regulatory requirements, enter new global markets, operate a shared services center, or to update obsolete configurations that the organization has outgrown.
Abrams is a world-renowned expert on Oracle EBS. She has been a frequent speaker at events and conferences for more than 20 years, authors a thought-leadership blog with articles pertinent to Oracle EBS users, and has published To Think That I Thought That My Business Would Grow, a whimsical eBook for business leaders.
Under her direction, eprentise has received many marketing awards including Best Exhibitor Marketing, Best Visionary, Best Show Stopper, and Best in Show at Oracle User Group Conferences and leadership awards in the community.
Abrams has also been a guest lecturer at University of Michigan Entrepreneur classes , University of Central Florida Excellence in Entrepreneur Program, and Rollins College’s Crummer Graduate School of Business.
Helene has the depth of knowledge, the technical expertise, the business acumen, and a range of experience in companies from start-ups to the Fortune 50. After executive positions at Oracle Corporation, Deloitte & Touché, and Ernst & Young, she has founded several companies on her own, participated as a Board member, executive vice president, interim CEO, and CTO of several companies and non-profit organizations, completed turn-arounds, and provided strategic advisory services to hundreds of companies. As Oracle’s first Applications consultant in 1988, Helene also has the technical and functional knowledge of how to align Oracle E-Business Suite with business strategies. Her forte is driving results through strong people skills and a focus on quality.
Throughout her career, Abrams has been committed to using information technology to produce significant results for each of her client companies at a low cost. Abrams received a patent for a Method for Database Consolidation and Database Separation (United States Patent 8,103,704). eprentise was also chosen as a “Cool Vendor” in the Cool Vendors in Master Data Management (MDM), 2011 report by Gartner, Inc. Abrams has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and a master’s degree from Harvard University.Contact Information: