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Mon 12th Mar 2018
12 Mar 2018
March 12, 2018
With the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) deadline on 25th May 2018, it is crucial to understand how to keep your business compliant if you hold customer information. Eos Systems and Local Barrister, owner of Briefed (specialised services in GDPR training, consultancy, compliance and certification) and GDPR expert Orlagh Kelly will deliver some of the key factors to consider when holding customer data in order to meet the new regulations and avoid fines
Company fined £1,000 after sending an email to an individual in error
Council fined £70,000 for insecure website
Company fined £13,000 following emails sent to individuals without consent
Multiple companies have been fined substantial amounts by the Information Commissioners Office for breaching data protection regulations by making this type of mistake – and subsequently not following planned policies and procedures.
Almost 1 in 7 companies are without a GDPR plan (DMA, Oct 2017).
Briefed GDPR Compliance Barrister Orlagh Kelly will be providing key information that will assist companies in complying with the new regulations.
The following key points will be covered by Orlagh:
Why your organisation needs to pay attention to data protection
Background to the GDPR
The nine key changes to data protection law
What these changes might mean for your organisation
Delegates will be issued with attendance certificates by Briefed. These certificates may be used as proof of efforts to develop a GDPR plan and to demonstrate compliance with GDPR.
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