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August 2018

GDPR: Dealing with breaches

August 23 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Online Webinar
Free

When the GDPR came into force on the 25th May 2018 it introduced a new requirement for all data controllers to report data breaches. The GDPR sets out specific requirements to consider reporting to the regulator (the ICO in the UK) and the data subjects. Join this free Digital Compliance Hub webinar to find out more about the requirements and how practically you can comply. We’ll be covering: What the GDPR says about data breach reporting What a data breach…

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September 2018

ePrivacy: now and the future

September 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Online Webinar
Free

With the arrival of GDPR there was a lot of fuss, and confusion, about the new consent rules and what they meant to digital marketing, particularly email. Did you need to re-seek consent? Did you decimate your email list? Join this free Digital Compliance Hub webinar to discuss what the digital marketing regulatory landscape looks like now and what it might look like in the near future with the new ePrivacy Regulation. We’ll cover: GDPR and consent ePrivacy and digital…

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GDPR: Dealing with Subject Access Requests

September 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free

The subject access request has been a part of data protection since the Data Protection Act 1998 and continues to be one area that all businesses need to think about with the GDPR. Whether you have customers, employees, suppliers, users, all data subjects are entitled to a copy of their data and details of how you process that data. Join this free Digital Compliance Hub webinar to learn what the regulations say about subject access requests and how to deal…

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October 2018

GDPR: Carrying out a DPIA

October 10 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Online Webinar
Free

In the UK, thanks to data protection best practice, a Data Protection Impact Assessment, as introduced by the GDPR, is not a new concept. Whilst the ICO spoke about Privacy Impact Assessments, the GDPR talks about DPIA, but they amount to the same thing: a risk assessment of your processing. Furthermore, whilst the GDPR requires a DPIA for specific circumstances, the ICO would like you to carry out one whenever you do something different with data or change the way…

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