From Friday, May 26, 2023 12:00PM
On Wednesday, 8th March 2023, the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill was re-introduced to parliament. According to The Rt Hon Michelle Donelan, MP from the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology, the proposed changes to UK data protection law will save the UK economy more than £4bn over the next ten years and cut down on pointless paper for businesses.
29th July at 12:00pm with Kellie and Regina
Our webinar session will be an informal data protection drop-in session, and you have the opportunity to ask any burning data protection questions.
Unlike our regular webinar, this session will not be recorded.
Did you know that Regina and Kellie are incredibly passionate about data? Aside from the data protection questions, our clients ask us (more so now than ever) for advice and guidance on how to go about selecting new systems and applications because their current system/application no longer meets the business need. So, our June webinar will focus on this very topic. with this in mind.
GDPR training is a vital component in the quest to protect data. Done right, it can make for an engaging, informative experience that helps to protect people's data and keep your organisation GDPR compliant.
Eleanor Roosevelt once stated that you should "learn from the mistakes of others. You can't live long enough to make them all yourself". This quote resonates with us as we believe that you can learn from every personal data breach that has occurred, regardless of how large or small it is. Every few months we will host a lunch and learn webinar where the focus will be learning from data breaches that have hit the news in the UK and abroad.
On the 2nd February, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) laid before UK Parliament the International Data Transfer Agreement ("IDTA"), the International Data Transfer Addendum to the EU Standard Contract Clauses ("Addendum") and a document setting out transitional provisions.
Did you know that Accountability underpins the 6 key principles in UK data protection law? It makes you responsible for complying with the legislation and says that you must be able to demonstrate your compliance.