Date(s) - 22/03/2018
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Hardware Association Ireland
Since the enactment of the Data Protection Act 1988, and with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force on the 25th May this year, the legal obligations and requirements for businesses and others to safeguard personal data have grown enormously. Responsibility covers all functions associated with personal data gathering, storing, accessing, safeguarding and disposal in line with the rules of data protection legislation. Failure to comply can lead to heavy fines.
Back by popular demand after a full workshop in February, in collaboration with HAI, Anita Murphy will deliver a half-day workshop covering the GDPR and how hardware businesses can prepare for it.
Date: Thursday 22nd March 2018
Location: Hardware Association Ireland
Time: 9.30am – 12.30pm
Cost per Attendee: HAI Member – €50, Non-Member – €60
Attendance Limit: 20
Feedback for Fundamentals of Data Protection:
“I found it very good. Anita appeared to be top of her game but also practical.” – Bernard Wogan, Whiteriver Group
“I must admit I found the event very beneficial. Well organised and put together and the venue was easy to get to also.” – Mark McKelvey, Ecological Building Systems
“The GDPR workshop put the fear of god into me. I don’t think I’ll recover anytime soon. Harsh for large business and even more so for smaller ones. The presenter was excellent and knew her game intimately. I very much enjoyed the morning…Overall you have a great set up and the venue is excellent. Well done.” – Dave Fallon, Fallon Agencies (Carhartt)
Key workshop topics:
- The current legal framework.
- The Irish Data Protection Act 2018.
- GDPR as applicable from 25 May 2018.
- Preparatory steps for the GDPR.
- Responsibilities of controllers and processors.
- Obligations on controllers and processors.
- Responsibilities of the retailer as a Data Controller.
- Practical examples and next steps.
Benefits for Participants:
- High-level overview of data protection legislation.
- Get a clear understanding of your obligations.
- Enhanced quality and reputation.
- Increased level of compliance.
- Preparation for compliance with new legislation.
- Opportunity to network and share experience/learning with peers.
Anita Murphy is a General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) consultant with expertise in data protection law. She advises clients on data privacy matters such as data breaches, subject access requests, drafting privacy and data protection policies and planning a roadmap to GDPR compliance. Anita also provides training and information sessions for clients on data protection and the GDPR. Anita has a BA and MA from UCC, a Higher Diploma in Health and Safety in the Workplace, an MA in Human Resources Management from CIT and is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
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