On 25 May 2018 the law in relation to data protection is changing. All organisations are affected by the change and will need to take steps to ensure they are compliant. If you are already compliant with the Data Protection Act, this will be a good start, but there will still be changes you need to make and new documents you need to produce.
There is a lot of information available but also a lot of confusion about what practically you need to be doing. This interactive session will provide you with an overview of the key legal principles, but also provide practical advice through worked examples to help you ensure your organisation is compliant.
Join Vale4Business and Royds Withy King to find out more about the new law, and how your business can be compliant.
EVENT SOLD OUT – Email firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on a reserve list for the event. With sufficient numbers we may run a second session on an alternative date.
Thursday 22 March 2018
13:00 – 16:00
Milton Park Innovation Centre
99 Park Dr
Kate Benefer and Emma Banister Dean from Royds Withy King will look at:
- What the GDPR is and what the key terminology means;
- How the rules will differ from the current law;
- The practical steps you need to take before May to ensure compliance including:
- Tips on data mapping;
- Retention periods;
- How to determine and record your lawful basis for processing data;
- How to deal with your third party contractors such as benefit providers.
The session will be an opportunity to discuss practical challenges, shares ideas and hopefully dispel some of the myths and confusion surrounding the GDPR.
Vale4Business is pleased to deliver this free event in partnership with Royds Withy King.