Start date: 14 November 2019
Duration: 1 Day (9:30am - 4:30pm)
Location: Creative Spark, Dundalk
Cost: €129 (€159 for Non Chamber & Non Network Members)
Course code: N/A
The Workshop will focus on building systems & procedures to aid in speedy responses to "Access Requests" and right to be "Forgotten Requests". It will provide expert advice on systems & procedures to easily deal with requests, ensuring they do not becomes long winded, labour intensive jobs.
The workshop will also refresh on what GDPR is, review what should have been implemented within your organisation and reflect on whether the current implementation is fit for purpose. It will discuss the problems, challenges and impacts of GDPR one year on from its enforcement.
- Identify the main positions of the GDPR, including key concepts, principles and data protection roles.
- Rights of data subjects and their relevance in daily life.
- Investigate obligations of data controllers and processors and related steps that need to be taken for complying with the GDPR
- Review the development of operating systems and procedures to aid in the facilitation of speedy turnaround of Data Access and right to be deleted requests
- Explore the development of adequate retention policies within your organisation
- Evaluate risks within your organisation and compile a risk register detailing the risks
- Review your own implementation of GDPR and determine whether compliance is satisfactory under GDPR.
- Examine security challenges in your organisation.
The course is specifically developed for professionals working for companies, public authorities and bodies, students, and anyone who wishes to know more about data protection and the GDPR, especially those handling personal data.
It would also be suitable for anyone assigned responsibility as the Data Protection officer, or information security/Governance & Compliance officer within an organisation.
Topics covered include:
Recap on what GDPR is and how to become compliant
- Key actors under the GDPR and their role
- Rights of data subjects
- Obligations of data controllers and processors and law compliance measures
- Enforcement and compliance mechanisms
- Liabilities and sanctions
Problems, challenges and impacts of GDPR on year on
- Discussions surrounding Buy in from the board for ongoing compliance is also a significant challenge for companies
Roles for GDPR
- How has GDPR changed the role of the DPO
- The information security officer and GDPR
Review the current implementation in your organisation
- Identify systems and procedures to aid in speedy responses to Access Requests, and right to be forgotten requests
- Identify processes internally to aid in the refinement of time sensitive processes, such as document management
- Identify processes on how document retention can be handled efficiently
- Discuss processes and procedures on how to respond to breaches
Discuss risk registers, and learn how to build your own risk register for your organisation
Responsibilities and security challenges- where they lie and how it is easier or harder to remain compliant
Importance of staff awareness training and how can your company show compliance
o What should be included in the security awareness training