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SOLD OUT - GDPR Planning & Preparation Practical Workshop for Employers - London

Date Thursday 09 November 2017
Venue London - Danubius Hotel Regents Park, London NW8 7JT

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Birmingham - September 21st 2017 (SOLD OUT)
Exeter - September 26th 2017
Bristol - October 10th 2017
Newcastle - October 19th 2017
London - November 9th 2017 (SOLD OUT)
Edinburgh - November 16th 2017
Southampton - December 12th 2017

“The most important change in data privacy law in twenty years”

The UK government has confirmed that GDPR implementation will come in to force on the 25th May 2018 . This will have a huge impact on employers and will affect  all organisations no matter what size. As employers it is imperative that your preparations start now to ensure that your policy and procedures are legally watertight and ICO compliant by the May 2018 deadline as a failure to do so can have serious punitive financial and reputational consequences.

This workshop will provide in-depth hands-on practical advice and strategy, led by top GDPR and legal experts to ensure you receive all the essential information you require to ensure your organisation is prepared and compliant by May 2018.

This workshop will provide delegates with:
* A practical action plan to write, implement and embed your GDPR policy company-wide
* An understanding of the implications and impact of GDPR on their organisation
* Effective strategies to plan and manage a comprehensive audit of their current position
* A thorough overview of the legal issues involved, implications to your organisation and how to ensure compliance
* Key areas your policy must cover in order to make it workable

Consultant: James Leaton Gray, Director, The Privacy Practice
The Privacy Practice services encompasses a full range of Data Protection and privacy operations and advice. These range in scale from original design for a specific company or system, through to the operationalisation of privacy systems in the business and simple support.

Legal: Rob Sheldon, Partner, Technology Outsourcing and Privacy, Fieldfisher