If you hold data on individuals, you will be affected when the Data Protection Act is replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation on 25th May 2018.

 

Our events are intended to be informational and are designed to present an introduction in to the GDPR legislation and what it may mean to your business.

Presentations will cover a selection of legal, business, operational and technical subjects.

The event style is relatively informal which allows for discussion and interaction.

The presenters intend that you will leave the event with more clarity as to how the GDPR legislation will affect your business and an understanding of the compliance and system changes required.

 

Expected Participants:

- Small business owners & leaders

- Public Sector / Local government data officers

State: Open

References

Location
Birmingham
"Escape" - The Studio
7 Cannon Street
Birmingham
B25EP
United Kingdom

Comments

Fri, 17/02/2017 - 13:22

Update:

To gather a better insight in to the rediness of organisations, we have created a short questionaire. No log-in is required and the results will be shared during our events and in future publications.

 

If you would like to take part, please visit our survey here.

 

 

Fri, 17/02/2017 - 13:23

Update:

Speakers and agenda are now confirmed for our Rugby event (14th March).


Legal expert Claire Halle-Smith from Brethertons Solicitors will be presenting the legal and compliance issues.


Brethertons is a midlands-based legal services provider practising all areas of commercial and private client law.

I will provide a presentation on the practical issues and solutions when considering the implementation of business systems to manage key aspects of the GDPR.

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