If you hold data relating to employees, customers, or others you are subject to data Protection Law.
This intensive session provides directors and senior managers with the practical overview of the key elements of Data Protection obligations with a focus on the areas most likely to expose an organisation to harm.
- The basic principles
- Where risks of a liability are likely to come form
- Top tips to avoid DP regulation being used against your firm
- Managing DP in the context of the scale and nature of your business
Including key actions to avoid harm from;
- Recruitment & staff conflict
- The use of CCTV, GPS or voice recording
- Biometric recording (time and attendance)
- Children or vulnerable persons
- The use of social media & e-mail
- International transfer of personal data
- Cyber security – for the non-techie
- Managing a ‘Breach’ or ‘Access Request’
- What to include in customer contracts
The free stuff;
All attendees receive FREE access request process documentation. This details how you need to react to a ‘subject’ access request or a ‘state authority’ access request.
This event is FREE of charge. Please book online.
Duration: 1 Hour
Lunch will be available from 12.30pm with the seminar commencing at 1pm sharp.
Paul Griffin, Managing Director of First Compliance
Paul is Institute of Banking Data Protection qualified. Paul has over 30 years experience in a wide range of industry sectors, including financial services, B2B environments and retail. He has spent most of his commercial life between the UK and Ireland, has managed business operations across Europe and North America for a division of a FTSE 100 Plc, and held directorship, investment and advisory roles. Paul has a Commerce Degree, UCC, and a GDip Data Protection Policy and Procedures, UCD.
For more information email Cillian at email@example.com or call 061 475854
Shannon Chamber Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
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