Do you know where personal data lives on your website? Or how to handle and process it appropriately?

Our webinar, GDPR in an Online Universe, is now available on-demand, along with the webinar slides. Watch to get an introduction to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and learn how it affects you.

In this webinar, we discuss the basics of GDPR, the role of your website in the compliance process, and how Siteimprove can assist you taking the first steps toward making your website GDPR compliant.

  • Why and how GDPR came to be
  • How GDPR compliance affects your website
  • How Siteimprove helps customers with the GDPR compliance process

GDPR in an Online Universe is hosted by Rasmus Theede, Technology Director at Digital Europe, and Mikkel Landt, Product Unit Director at Siteimprove.


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About the presenter, Rasmus Theede

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Technology Director of Digital Europe

Rasmus Theede has managed IT and information security operations for over 20 years in large European and US enterprises, including as head of global cyber security for the A.P. Moller-Maersk Group, Novo Nordisk IT, and DXC. Until recently, Rasmus held the position as Chairman of the Board for the Danish Council for Digital Security. He his also a member of several different governmental and private information security councils. Rasmus holds a Master in Management of Technology, an Executive MBA, and a degree in Advanced Computer Studies. He strives to have an objective, pragmatic, professional, and fun approach to everything he does, making him a popular speaker in TV, radio and newspapers, as well as a busy keynote speaker.

About the presenter, Mikkel Landt

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Product Unit Director at Siteimprove

Mikkel Landt works in Product Development at Siteimprove as Director for the Security Product Unit. He holds a degree in Business Administration and Information Systems from Copenhagen Business School. For several years he has worked in the financial Industry, in various entrepeneurial settings that focus on the way banks interact with their customers - especially regarding how they approach GDPR and how it ties toegether with the new PSD2 regulation.