GDPR | a year on | some practical guidance | London talk
September 11 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force over a year ago. It affected virtually all UK businesses and changed the form of a large number of commercial contracts.
Now that it has been in force for a while, the real impact of the Regulation is beginning to emerge; this includes
• the Information Commissioner’s Office’s approach to enforcement and fines
• issues with data transfers (and standard contractual wording)
• when to report data breaches to the ICO within the mandatory 72 hours
• responding to subject access requests (often from disaffected former employees)
To share our practical experience of GDPR since its introduction we are offering a talk on GDPR in London. The emphasis will be on the hard practical implications of GDPR for business.
The talk will be held at 1:30pm at the Honourable Artillary Company (the nearest tube stations are Moorgate or Old Street). Lunch will be provided from 1:00pm.
We have also been given the opportunity for our guests to have a guided tour of the HAC (which is not normally open to the public); further details will be sent to those who sign up to the talk.
If you are unable to attend this talk, we will be running it again at our offices in Swindon at 8:30am on 18 September 2019. Click here to register.