Time to talk about GDPR

Now is the Time to Talk about the GDPR! 22nd February 2017

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect on 25th May 2018. That may seem a long way off, but many businesses have yet to start talking about the impact of this regulation and what they will need to do to prepare for it. Sticking your head in the sand is not advisable, and may result in a fine of EU20Million or 4% of your global turnover if you were to have a data breach.

If this sounds familiar, join us at this interactive workshop to:

  • Increase your awareness of the GDPR and the impact on your organisation
  • Understand your organisation’s current position
  • Identify key risks and first action points to put you on the path to compliance

Kellie and Regina have 13 years experience in providing information governance and data protection training to public sector, charity and private organisations. We always try to make this subject fun and engaging, focusing on the ‘people’ factor.

We know how much brain energy data protection takes up, so the workshop will finish with a sandwich lunch at 1pm!

Sometimes it’s good to blow your own trumpet, so here’s some comments from previous workshop attendees:

‘I really enjoyed the data protection training, which I will admit, was a surprise!’

‘I found the Databasix workshop extremely useful – they explained the key issues of data protection in a clear, easy to understand way and I left the course feeling very well informed. All in all the course was excellent value for money.’


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