Acuity Legal launches a new GDPR tool
Cynnal Cymru member Acuity Legal invites you to the launch of their new GDPR tool:
With exactly one year to go until the biggest change to data protection law in 20 years, join Acuity Legal as they launch a new and innovative product to the market – Acuity DataGuardTM.
On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force. Failure to comply with the new data protection laws puts revenue at risk, so Acuity DataGuard is designed to protect and enhance the reputation of businesses and organisations of all types.
Come and see for yourself what all the fuss is about! Find out how to turn privacy compliance into opportunities.
Get GDPR ready with Acuity DataGuard.
Date: 25 May 2017
Venue: The Life Sciences Hub
Time: 5.30 – 7.30 pm
Acuity Legal is a commercial law firm focused on supporting business with their business plans. Acuity act for UK businesses and global companies with UK interests from their offices in London, Cardiff and Swansea. They are focused on delivering value and success to their clients and their systems and approach to delivery is reflective of a modern and sophisticated law firm and aims to set themselves apart from other law firms. They work from highly sustainable offices which they selected because they had been awarded BREEAM excellent standard and contain biomass boilers, low energy M&E systems and rainwater harvesting features. They use the latest cloud based IT systems to ensure our lawyers can work in an agile fashion whether travelling or at client’s offices. They are members of the Legal Sustainability Alliance an inclusive movement of legal firms committed to working collaboratively to take action to improve the environmental sustainability of their operations and activities.
The sustainability and renewable energy team at Acuity are a cross departmental team of lawyers with expertise in corporate, commercial, projects, public law, litigation and real estate with a collective passion and significant experience within the sector.