With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force this May, it is essential that you and your organisation have the necessary training and information governance strategies in place to fully comply with the more demanding regulation associated with Data Protection & GDPR.
This course Understanding Data Protection & GDPR is aptly timed a month before GDPR deadline, to help you and your organisation be prepared for the 25th May deadline.
This Understanding Data Protection & GDPR course is an opportunity to 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 GDPR.
|Blog: GDPR – Is Ignorance Bliss?|
|Ahead of our upcoming course, we have put together a GDPR guide to help professionals like yourself understand what GDPR is and how it affects you. According to the ICO, GDPR is likely to affect anyone previously subject to the DPA, whether they work for a large multinational company or an SME. Read our blog here: GDPR – Is Ignorance Bliss?|
Trainer's Welcome and Clarification of Learning Objectives
The ICO, Privacy and the GDPR
Understand the Role of the Information Commissioner’s Office and their Work with the Government and the Wider Public Sector
- The Data Protection Act 1998
- GDPR – The ICO’s role in the transition
- Case studies – when it all goes wrong
- Data sharing in compliance with GDPR
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 GDPR and ensure information assurance
- Examine the “right to be forgotten” and what that means in practice
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?
- Background and principles
- 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 with the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation including how to undertake Privacy Impact Assessments and Data Protection Audits and consider changes that will affect:
- Territory and Scope
- Data Protection Officers
- Sensitive Personal Data
- Children’s data
- Subjects’ rights
- Privacy Impact Assessments
- Information Sharing
- Controllers and processors
- Data Breach Reporting
Feedback, Evaluation & Close
etc. Venues – Manchester11 Portland Street
0161 302 8888
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A: Yes, a two-course hot buffet is served at lunch. Tea and coffee are served throughout the day.
A: Special dietary requirements can be catered for, please ensure you include this in the further information box when registering your place. If you have forgotten to add this, you can also send your requirements to [email protected] or call 0800 542 9440. Please let us know as soon as possible so we can ensure your needs are met.
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A: Substitutions may be made at any time but must be made no later than 48 hours prior to the event. Please call 0800 542 9440 or email [email protected] with the replacement's details.
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