September 12 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
GDPR, are four letters you find imprinted on the minds of charities, fundraisers, local government agencies and councils over the past few months. The GDPR is the new EU data protection and privacy law that will come in effect on 25th May 2018. Despite the UK exiting the EU, the British government has said GDPR will still apply and replace the current Data Protection Act from 1998. Accordingly, Charities and government agencies must comply. Many of these organisations are still learning the details of the new regulation and whether or not their current data practices will still comply with data protection law.
This seminar will host a panel of data protection experts and privacy lawyers including Shadi Razak, CTO at CyNation, Simon Halberstam, Partner at Simons Muirhead & Burton LLP and Raoul Lumb, Technology, Intellectual Property and Data Protection Lawyer at Simons Muirhead & Burton LLP and to help cut through the noise and develop a simple practical guide of five steps to be prepared for GDPR and become cyber resilient.
This free workshop has limited space available and is in high demand, so register now to guarantee your place!