How to deal with them and issues that arise.
60-90 minute bite-size training
A 60 to 90 minute live event providing expert advice and commentary on the pitfalls and perils of responding to a GDPR Data Subject Access Request (DSAR). Most people dealings with current DSARs only have a rudimentary understanding of what they are supposed to be doing. This live training event goes through from start to finish how to cope, what to do and what to watch out for.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was a major new piece of legislation which came into force across the EU on 25 May 2018, providing a single data protection law for the whole EU. The UK has its own equivalent now in force even before the end of the Brexit withdrawal agreement at the end of 2020.
One major requirement for any business covered by the GDPR is the need to respond to a data subject access request. The maximum penalties for getting it wrong are the greater of 4% of annual global group turnover of an organisation or 20 million Euros, depending on the severity of the breach. More importantly, there are reputational issues at stake and issues of customer trust.
Mark Weston is a leading expert on GDPR having carried out and supervised over 80 GDPR audits and provided advice to organisations of all types and all sizes. He has been GCHQ accredited.
One key benefit of the session is, time permitting, the ability to ask him particular issues that may affect you and your business.
During this course you will:
This programme has been specifically designed for those who deal with personal data in any way or more widely are in business in any way – DSARS apply to them all!
We do not currently have dates confirmed for this course; please contact us to be informed when it is scheduled; or to discuss running this course on an in-house basis for your staff.