As the European Union’s general data protection regulation (GDPR) becomes a reality, many questions remain for energy companies about the best way to comply particularly because GDPR is somewhat open for interpretation.
So what are the practical consequences of GDPR for a distribution system operator?
And how best can they ensure that the consumption data of EU energy customers is private and secure?
These are questions that we will address in this webinar with smart metering solutions provider Kamstrup.
The Danish-headquartered technology company has spent two years preparing for GDPR by ensuring not only that its systems collect and process data in a GDPR-compliant way but also that the entire organisation and its internal processes support GDPR compliance and a high level of cybersecurity.
In this webinar Kamstrup’s data protection officer will share insights gathered during this two-year journey and the resulting security principles that have now been implemented throughout the organisation.
You will have a chance to ask Kamstrup’s data protection officer for best-practice tips on reaching the right level of organisational readiness and ensuring that consumer data collected for billing and monitoring purposes is handled in compliance with GDPR guidelines.
Featuring insights from your European utility peers, we will discuss the early stages of GDPR enforcement in Europe, and look to unpack what measures utilities may have missed in their preparations.
Join us in this webinar and learn more about:
- Steps to ensuring data-collecting systems are GDPR compliant
- Keeping customer data secure from cybersecurity attacks
- Turning compliance into a customer benefit - by building trust