DATA PROTECTIONLAWS ARE CHANGING – THE NEW GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR) – ARE YOU READY FOR THE CHANGES?
The new GDPR was passed in May 2016 and all organisations must be able to evidence full compliance with its requirements by May 2018.
The new accountability principle in Article 5 (2) requires you to ‘demonstrate that you comply with the principles’ and states explicitly that this is your responsibility. The wording specific and for many organisations this will require a major overhaul of their procedures which may fall short of the GDPR requirements.
There is little time to get all of this in place – you need to reveiw existing policies and procedures, conduct a Data Protection Impact Assessment across all areas of your business and train all staff on what this means in practical terms for them.
The penalty for getting this wrong are fines of up to £20 million or 4% of turnover.
The new legislation gives citizens far greater control over their personal data and makes organisations responsible for keeping that data secure.
This interactive workshop will provide you with step by step guidance on whatto do and give you useful templates of the documents you will need to be able to evidence.
This in-house course will cover important topics including but not limited to:
- What are the key differences between the Data
Protection Act 1998 and the GDPR.’?
- What impact will Brexit have on the
implementation of the GDPR’ ?
- What is Privacy by Design and Privacy by Default?
- What is a Data Protection Impact Assessment and
how to conduct one?
- What are the changes relating to Data
Controllers and Data Processes’?
- What is the role of the Data Protection Officer?
Is it best practice to have one even if you are below he mandatory threshold?
- What is data minimisation?
- How to record and report breaches
- Enforcement and penalties
- The eight rights of individuals
I. The right to rectification
II. The right to erasure (to be forgotten)
III. The right to restrict processing
IV. The right to data portability
V. The right to object
VI. Right in relation to automated decision making
What you will gain from this workshop:
- A clear understanding of the differences between the old regime and the new regime
- An appreciation the importance of the role of the Data Protection Officer
- The role that everyone in the organisation must play in ensuring compliance throughout the organisation
- An action plan of the activity required to ensure compliance with the new regime
Duration: 2 Hours, 3 Hours or 6 Hour Courses available