GDPR: Create your 3 month plan
84 Friar Lane
- Date: 27th Feb 2018 - 27th Feb 2018
- Time: 02:00PM - 04:00PM
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Changes to General Data Protection (GDPR) laws come into effect in May 2018. Let us help you prepare for these changes. Protect your organisation. Prepare your 3 month plan.
The new GDPR will effect the way that businesses gather, use and store personal information. This will mean changes not only to the information that you hold for customers, but extends to any personal information that you hold on employees and others.
Fraser Brown are experienced in offering these workshops to businesses, and provide real-life case studies, legal and practical advice and information packs for you to take home.
Helping you to create your six month plan is Fiona Boswell, Head of Commercial Law at Fraser Brown Solicitors, and Kellie Peters, Director of data consultancy DataBasix. Through explaining the legal requirements and concequences of GDPR, we can get to work on making the steps that support the individual needs of your business.
In May 2018, new GDPR legislation will come into effect, leading to a total re-evaluation of business communications and structures.
The workshop will provide the perfect opportunity to discuss:
- The control individuals will soon have over their data
- Risk assessments and the new role of data protection officers
- The breaches and penalties to expect if you are not compliant
- The "right to be forgotten"
About the speakers:
Fiona is the Head of Commercial Services and Franchising at Fraser Brown .She regularly advises businesses, organisations and trade bodies on the legalities of data protection compliance.
Fiona has worked with and for the leading data business of Experian and writes, presents and provides training regularly on the subject of GDPR compliance.
Kellie Peters is the Chief Executive and founding director of Databasix UK and is passionate about data, how it is collected, stored, managed and protected. She has over 15 years experience working within the NHS and private sector managing highly sensitive personal data.
Kellie enjoys presenting the benefits of effective and efficient data collection to broad groups of stakeholders, ensuring that they are involved at all stages of the process, enabling the delivery of the most creative and meaningful ways to unlock the value of the data collected.
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