Given that organisations are becoming increasingly dependent on data, it is now more crucial than ever for organisations to ensure compliance with the highest standards of data protection.
From the government’s commitment to public sector organisations sharing data with each other, to avoiding data breaches, it is essential for organisations to have effective information governance procedures and strategies in place.
Delegates on this Understanding Data Protection & GDPR course will gain a clear understanding of the reforms to data protection, learn the tools to effectively identify and manage risk, avoid hefty fines, and leave with the confidence and knowledge to comply with the Data Protection Act.
Trainer's Welcome and Clarification of Learning Objectives
The ICO, Privacy and the Data Protection Act
- The Data Protection Act 1998
- The impact of GDPR on data regulation
- Case studies – when it all goes wrong
- Data sharing in compliance with the Data Protection Act
Privacy, Sharing and Data Protection Law
- Gain an overview into data protection law
- Identify the legal risks associated with increases in using data
- Recognise how to comply with the Data Protection Act and ensure information assurance
Establishing an Effective Data Protection Culture
- Identifying and promoting areas of good practice in information governance
- Working in partnerships to ensure the secure sharing of data
- Learn how to prepare an Information Sharing Agreement
- Responding to the information governance challenges posed by open data and the need for transparency
The Future of GDPR after Brexit
- Will my organisation need to comply?
- Headline requirements
Effectively Managing Data Risk and Improving Information Assurance (flexible coffee break)
The course leader will help you to prepare your organisation for compliance including how to undertake Privacy Impact Assessments and Data Protection Audits and consider:
- Sensitive Personal Data
- Children’s data
- Privacy Impact Assessments
- Controllers and processors
- Data Breach Reporting
Feedback, Evaluation & Close
Principal – ManchesterOxford Street
0161 288 1111
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