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This advanced webinar reviews potential areas of noncompliance in higher ed and research activities with the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The presenter provides strategies to mitigate risk when activities involve personal data and data processing. Further, the webinar examines EU-U.S. data transfers and compliance with the GDPR.

Note: Learners should be familiar with the GDPR as this webinar is an advanced discussion of specific areas.


Learning Objectives

  • Review how the GDPR relates to higher ed and research.
  • Identify higher ed and research activities that may pose a risk to GDPR compliance.
  • Identify and devise strategies to mitigate those risks.



Faculty, Compliance Professionals, Privacy Officers, HRPP Staff, Research Administrators, IRB Members, Institutional Officials, Researchers, Sponsors, Students


Meet the Presenter

Ann Kristin Glenster, BFA, MFA, MEGA, LLM – University of Cambridge
Ann Kristin Glenster is a member of the Centre of Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) at the University of Cambridge. She has taught cybersecurity at Brown University and information technology law at the London School of Economics (LSE). She has advices several US companies in the GDPR..