2016 has seen hackings across media and social platforms on a large scale. Don't make the same mistake. Book ahead to Secure Your 2017 now

Secure Your 2017, 12th January 2017

#SECURE2017

"You thought your data was safe, until this"

2016 has seen hackings across media and social platforms on a large scale. Don't make the same mistake. Book ahead to Secure Your 2017 now.

Since the introduction of social media networks (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter etc.) in the mid 2000’s, the processing of personal data was an inevitability, therefore understanding data privacy and data protection is a must for an organisation and its staff.

Taking place on 12 January 2017, Gelbergs LLP and Databasix collaborate to talk about Social Media and bring you essential introductory data protection and employment advice to secure yourself in the New Year.

We will zoom in on:

- Horror Stories! What's happened and how to avoid a repeat of the past!

- Breach of Data Protection and Privacy Policies, how much information should you share about individuals on social media?

- Posting on Social Media: Are your employees damaging your business with their private posts and what can you do about it?

- How ignoring all of these points could damage YOUR reputation, and what you can do to raise awareness.

The information provided is so important, we're handing it for free! Spaces are expected to fill quickly, so make sure you book now to secure yourself.

Schedule

15.00pm: Part 1, Databasix

15.25pm: Part 2, Gelbergs LLP

15.45pm: Q&A - Pick our presenters brains!

16:00pm: Finish

Don't forget! All our webinars will be available to attendees after the event! Running late? Don't worry! Register now and we'll give you access to the presentation at a later date!

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