An invaluable refresher on data protection for practitioners of all levels
Intended as a useful refresher for practitioners regarding data protection, this 30-minute session will provide viewers with an overview of The Data Protection Act 2018; Most commonly associated with the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25 May 2018, The Data Protection Act 2018 also implemented the EU Law Enforcement Directive and addressed Freedom of Information Act and Environmental Information Regulations
Delivered by lecturer Kathy Daniels, this session will discuss the 6 principles of The Data Protection Act 2018 and will ensure that viewers are familiar with the key terminology such as what is meant by personal / sensitive data.
Consent is one of the key areas that has caused organisations the most concern following the introduction of GDPR. During this session Kathy will encourage viewers to think about the ongoing audit of data protection and what action plans can be put in place: For example Kathy will advise why it is best practice to undertake an audit of the information a firm holds about individuals periodically, to ensure that you have valid permission to store and process the data held.
Consideration will also be given to the following areas:
• The circumstances in which consent is not needed
• Subject access requests
• Data breaches
• Data protection by design
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