Date: Thursday, 2nd April 2020
Time: 14:00 14:45
Description: The current situation with the coronavirus means inboxes are filling up (once again) with companies sending out information about their response, messages from CEOs, or offering services that may be of use to us all in these strangest of times. 'It's GDPR all over again' we've heard you cry!
Description: In light of the emerging Coronavirus Pandemic many businesses large and small are identifying ways to work flexibly. Businesses are also expected to collect personal health data relating to the Coronavirus on individuals (including employees, visitors and contractor etc.). At Databasix UK, we wanted to provide practical advice on the data protection risks you should take into account when:
Data protection is common sense, yet in our experience it is not common practice in the workplace. For example, do you lock your PC/laptop screens when you are away from your desk, routinely backing up your data, delete/destroy personal data (hard copy and soft copy) that is no longer needed; what about checking emails before you send them? In our first free webinar of 2020,
Description: In the first 9 months of 2019 there were 5,183 breaches world-wide, with an astounding 7.9 billion data records exposed. This is a 33% increase on 2018! It is inevitable that you will experience a data breach in your workplace. Breaches come in the form of malicious malware, phishing scams, accidental leaks/exposure, and deliberate acts of misconduct. Our webinar will draw upon real-life breach stories and discuss what the response was, what they could have done to prepare and most importantly what lessons could the business learn.
Did you know that 28th January is International Data Protection Day? In recognition of this day, Databasix UK has joined forces with Freeths to discuss what we believe are the data protection / GDPR challenges facing UK businesses throughout 2020. Topics we will cover include:
GDPR for Recruitment Free Webinar is our 3rd co-hosted webinar with Sylo Associates. Kellie, Sarah and Sally will be discussing whether or not your 'recruitment campaign is GDPR compliant'. If you are responsible for recruitment within your company, have you ever considered the following:
On many an occasion over the past 18-months, we have either been told or overheard someone saying "GDPR says no...". Our instinctive reaction is, "but does it really say that?". 9 times out of 10 our answer would be, "no, GDPR does not say that". For example:
A data protection impact assessment (DPIA) is, in our opinion an essential risk assessment tool. Did you know that you must do a DPIA for processing that is likely to result in a high risk to individuals. This includes some specified types of processing.