Some time has passed since the implementation of the groundbreaking EU GDPRlegislation on 25th May 2018.Companies and organisations who have taken the initial necessary steps to prepare for the introduction of the demanding legal framework are wondering what now?
The answer is that the EU General Data Protection Regulation is a mandatory constant for all businesses, organisations, charities, clubs who collect and process personal information of customers clients, patients, employees.
There is no room for complacency.
Those businesses and organisations who have not been so proactive and have remained complacent must realise that the seismic changes that the EU GDPR has introduced will impact their business and organisations. Since 25th May 2018, there have been a number of high profile data breaches illustrating that companies and organisations are struggling to meet their legal obligations as demanded by the EU GDPR.
Interestingly, in recent weeks the first EU GDPR fine has been issued to a single individual, an Austrian Entrepreneur who violated the use of CCTV.
It is critical that the corporate world and organisations continue to be aware of their legal responsibilities under the EU GDPR regime and eliminate gaps and mitigate the risks associated with failure to comply.
The aim of this GDPR workshop is to help you to move forward in your actions to become GDPR compliant so that you eliminate any gaps and mitigate the risks.
This workshop will provide you with:
A refresh of the EU GDPR legal requirements and their impacts
An overview of the legal concept of ACCOUNTABILITY
An understanding of the key EU GDPR legal definitions
An assessment of the key actions which enables you to identify how GDPR impacts upon your business
Policies and procedures
An understanding of the roles of Data Controller, Data Processor, Data Protection Officer, and The Supervisory Authority
An awareness of how GDPR Impacts on your vendor/supply chain
The ability to recognise and manage Data Subject Requests
The knowledge to identify a data breach. The Data Breach reporting process and how to create a data breach response plan.
Sanctions and Fines
Clare is a qualified Data Protection Consultant “PCdp” who is passionate regarding privacy and the protection of personal information. Clare’s aim is to educate business owners, organisations, clubs, and charities on their legal responsibilities with regard to data processing activities in accordance with EU GDPR demands.Clare has been providing guidance and support to the corporate environment, organisations, clubs, and groups by informing them how GDPR affects and impacts upon them individually. Data Protection Accountability is real and it is mandatory.
EU GDPR introduces new legal concepts such as ACCOUNTABILITY and many new legal obligations for business owners, complacency is not an option unless your appetite for risk is high.Are you willing to risk a fine of up to 4% of annual turnover???.