This course covers what are about to be the some of the most significant changes to Data Protection since the Data Protection Act was last updated in 1998. GDPR, also known as the EU General Data Protection Regulation, already came into effect in May 2016 and your organization has until 25th May 2018 to be fully compliant.
This workshop will provide you with a step by step walkthrough of the major changes brought in by GDPR and what you should be doing in the lead up to prepare. This includes advice on how to comply with the regulation and what has changed from the current legislation as well as information on diverse topics such as consent, privacy notices, complaints and much more.
The penalties for non-compliance are huge, so it is of utmost importance that you and your organization are well prepared.
By the end of the Session delegates will:
This course is suitable for anyone responsible for managing or processing data, especially compliance officers, marketing professionals, directors, secretaries or legal advisors.
Detailed knowledge of the current Data Protection law is not needed in order to attend this course.
Peter Wright - Solicitor & Managing Director, DigitalLawUK
Peter has been advising clients on Data Protection for over a decade and created DigitalLawUK in 2014 to provide legal & compliance advice to organisations about their activities in the Digital arena. DigitalLawUK has clients across the UK, Europe, Middle East, Asia and the United States and advises on Data Protection, GDPR & Cyber Security compliance along with Social Media Law, e-commerce, website compliance, software licensing, privacy and Freedom of Information Act matters.
Peter is the Chair of the GDPR Working Group of the Law Society of England and Wales. He is also a member of the Law Society Board and a Past Chair of the Technology and Law reference Group. He is author of the Law Society Cyber Security Toolkit, a practical compliance guide for law firms, and is co-author of a GDPR practical compliance manual for law firms. A regular speaker at Conferences and Events around the world, Peter has spoken at the Nordic Privacy Arena, the European Legal Security Forum, the Lawyer2050 Conference in Tunis and the British Legal technology Forum in London.
This training is available for in-house delivery where we can tailor the course to suit your requirements.
To request a quote for in-house Training, please contact us here.
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27th March 2018
9am - 4pm
£295 + VAT
The Workplace | 4th floor | Churchgate House | 56 Oxford Street | Manchester | M1 6EU