GDPR is the subject of considerable concern and confusion within the investigative community. Two highly-experienced international investigators will discuss topics including best practices, misunderstandings, real world conditions, and ultimately how to navigate GDPR while providing maximum results for clients.Learning Objectives
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Understand GDPR and how it impacts the investigative community
- Identify pitfalls and concerns under the new rules
- Navigate logistical and practical requirements
- Clarify misunderstandings about the impact of GDPR
- Address questions of ethics
CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.Presenters
Don Aviv, CPP, PSP, PCI
Don Aviv - President: Mr. Aviv oversees day-to-day operations and heads Interfor’s Global Investigations & Security Consulting divisions. Prior to Interfor, Mr. Aviv was the head of Global Security & Investigations for a Fortune 500 technology company.
While at Interfor, Mr. Aviv has managed, led, and coordinated teams on thousands of cases, many with complex aspects and multinational reaches.
Assisted by the talented team at Interfor, Mr. Aviv directly supports Chief Security Officers and General Counsel of some of the leading corporations, financial institutions and family offices around the world.
An author on physical security, threat mitigation and corporate security matters, Mr. Aviv serves as an expert witness on security-related legal matters. His credentials include: Board Certified Protection Professional (CPP); Board Certified Physical Security Professional (PSP); Professional Certified Investigator (PCI) and licensed New York State Investigator. Mr. Aviv serves as the Vice Chairman of the ASIS International Security Services Council. He is an executive board member of Strength-to-Strength, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting victims of terrorism. Mr. Aviv is also a board member of The Community Security Service, a non-profit organization dedicated to training and protecting local communities.
Mr. Aviv is an advisor to: Canary, the developer of revolutionary home security systems; Xonar, the developer of cutting-edge security analytics technology; Rave Mobility, the developer of revolutionary emergency notification and communication technology; Building Intelligence; and Viridian Capital; trustee of Signal30, the New York State Police PBA. Mr. Aviv is a partner with Outland, the developer of disruptive security technology.
Mr. Aviv received a B.A. from the University of Rochester and an M.S. in Criminal Justice from Suffolk University. He served as Adjunct Professor University of Maryland University College (UMUC), teaching Homeland Security and Emergency Management courses.
Roger Bescoby is Director of Compliance and Development at Conflict International and a Member of the World Association of Detectives. His passion towards ethical operations during an exemplary lifetime career in private investigation, principally covert surveillance operations, have led him to continually study the often challenging ‘privacy laws’ that impact upon the industry.
Roger has previously held the honorary position of Compliance Officer for the Association of British Investigators and as such is one of only a handful of investigative professionals who have been welcomed into the Information Commissioner’s Office for personal briefings and updates.
Roger has regularly appeared on national TV and radio in the UK as an industry spokesman has addressed conference audiences on both sides of the Atlantic.