About this course

Course type Essentials
Course code QASEMGDPR
Duration 3 Hours
Special Notices

Join this free half day workshop to take a look at how to take the first steps towards becoming GDPR compliant.

The GDPR applies to all organisation(s) and legal persons whether acting alone or jointly that process personal data. It is clear that it will apply to the majority of organizations operating in Europe and can apply to organisations operating overseas which use personal data.

However, where do you start? What should be the next steps?

This seminar is designed to provide you with an overview of the GDPR and more importantly how to start to plan compliance in your respective organisation.

The seminar also provides you with an overview of the need to update your privacy policy; one of the key areas to be GDPR compliant and how to update your privacy policy to your organisations’ needs.

Target Audience

Professionals working with IT, Risk, Security, Data Protection Governance and Compliance roles across industry including public and private sectors.

Delegates will learn how to

  • Start Planning for GDPR
  • Understand basic compliance requirements
  • Start GDPR implementation
  • Assess privacy policies

Agenda

13:15 – 14:00 – Registration

14:00 – 17:00 – Seminar, including break

The seminar will include the following:

  • Overview of GDPR
  • How to plan Compliance
  • How to start Compliance
  • Gap Analysis & Programmes
  • Privacy Policy Rights

Locations & Booking

 

Our GDPR Roadshows are scheduled across the UK, and will be delivered by guest speakers and industry experts. See below for more details and click on your preferred location to book.

Event Date

Event Location

Tuesday 30th January

London International House

Wednesday 7th February

Birmingham

Thursday 8th February

Manchester Oxford Street

Monday 12th February

Leeds Brown Lane West

Wednesday 14th February

Glasgow

 

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