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When it comes to the UK GDPR, there’s often a big difference between theory and practice. Join us for an overview of the key components and a practical guide to processing and documenting data protection.

Whilst we might understand what’s required of us to ensure that we’re processing personal data safely and securely, the practical aspects of the regulation may cause some confusion.

Have you ever noticed that another organisation’s privacy notices are vastly different to your own? Perhaps you’ve wondered whether or not your personal data breach process is up to scratch.

This session will provide an overview of the key components of the UK GDPR as well as a practical guide to processing and documenting data protection impact assessments, policies, privacy notices, data breaches, retention schedules and other operational aspects of the regulation. We’ll consider best practice and look at some recommended templates as well as selected examples of data security incidents and the most effective ways to deal with them.

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    Who should attend?

    This is a practical session suitable for anyone involved with data protection within your organisation. It acts as a good refresher to ensure you’re on track with your processes and as a starting point for those who are new to GDPR.

    The session will cover:

      • What is personal and special category data?
        • Definition and examples
        • How special category data differs
      • Data controller and data processer
        • Differences between them
      • Data protection principles
        • The rules that underpin the processing of personal data
      • Lawful basis for processing
        • Legal agreement between you and the data subject
      • Individual rights
        • Rights retained by the data subjects
      • Documentation
        • Policies
        • Contracts
        • DPIA
        • Data sharing agreements
        • Privacy notices
        • Communication
        • Data retention schedules
      • Personal data breaches
        • How to manage data security incidents
        • Examples of data breaches.
  • Our trainer

    Currently working in the higher education sector, Liam Wilkinson has extensive knowledge and experience in information governance. He specialises in data protection processes including maintaining compliance with the Data Protection Act 2018, the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the UK GDPR.

    Liam provides advice and support on operational processes and all aspects of GDPR. He has developed effective systems for responding to the requirements of the legislation including data requests, data security incidents and data asset management.

We can bring this course to you.
If you have five or more staff interested our in-house training offers great value for money.

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