In this insightful and practical webinar, we delve into the complexities of the Digital Services Act (DSA) and provide pragmatic guidance for businesses of all sizes, from SMEs to large-scale enterprises. The DSA, known for its intricate and challenging nature, demands a thorough understanding and meticulous compliance from businesses in the digital sphere.
Join us as industry experts unravel the layers of the DSA, offering step-by-step advice on how to navigate its requirements. This session is designed to demystify the DSA and equip your business with the necessary tools and knowledge for compliance. Our speakers will draw from real-world industry examples, showcasing the DSA process and documentation in action.
Whether you’re just starting out or looking to refine your existing DSA strategies, this webinar is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to understand and implement the DSA effectively. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain practical insights and advance your knowledge in this critical area of digital business regulation.
Date: 13th of December, 2023
Time: 5:00 PM CET
Some of our key takeaways from the conversation:
- Seize the DSA opportunity: The DSA is going to increase the interaction you have with your users: invest in it and get it right! From new reporting features and increased communication to users (SoRs and appeals), to regular transparency reports, adopting the spirit of the DSA can enhance overall operations. This paradigm shift can position The field and practices that manage challenges related to content- and conduct-related risk, including but not limited to consideration of safety-by-design, product governance, risk assessment, detection, response, quality assurance, and transparency. See also: Safety by design More as an opportunity rather than a mere cost center, fostering product improvements, leading to healthier communities & decrease in user churn.
- Sometimes size matters: Understanding your size and the associated obligations under the DSA can make a world of a difference, as small and micro enterprises benefit from exemptions under the regulation. Even so, smaller companies still have safety risks and will have to comply with several DSA obligations, despite resource constraints.
- Get comfortable with gap assessments The best way to approach your compliance is to start with a gap assessment, which will allow you to assess where you stand with regard to your obligations. Knowing this will allow you to prioritise the areas to tackle first. Also, the DSA is only the beginning – the UK Online Safety Act is just around the corner too!