GDPR the essentials - what you need to know (Lincoln)
By Wilkin Chapman LLP | Event Date: 24 Jan 2018
If GDPR is not on your mind, where have you been? It will affect all businesses in one way or another and you only have until May 2018 to get GDPR compliant.
Do you employ staff? YES - GDPR will affect you.
Do you have a website? YES - GDPR will affect you.
Do you keep records of your clients? YES - GDPR will affect you.
Presented by our employment and regulatory legal specialists, we will cover some of the essentials elements that are going to change come May 2018.
- What is new about GDPR and the Data Protection Bill
- How the GDPR will directly affect HR processes
- Key points to bear in mind throughout the employment lifecycle from recruitment, contracts and policies to termination of employment
- Project planning: what do you need to do to be compliant by May 2018?
- Practical workflows for GDPR compliance
- Detecting and dealing with breaches.
Get ahead now with the information that you need to ensure you are GDPR compliant.
You will leave this event armed with the information, the tools and a handy checklist to set you on the road to GDPR compliance.
We are also delighted to welcome two guest speakers from Humberside Police Cybercrime Investigation Team and from digital technology and design company, Cursor.
Detective Sergeant Steve Dennison - Humberside Police Cybercrime Investigation Team
Detective Sergeant Steve Dennison has been serving the Police within Humberside Police for over 16 years and now leads the Cybercrime Investigation Team for Humberside. He will provide crime prevention advice looking at computer hacking, network intrusion, and malicious software attacks.
Daniel Westlake - Managing Director, Cursor
Daniel is the Managing Director of Cursor, a company that helps businesses to use internet technology to change the way they work, improving processes, communication, sales and ultimately profits. Daniel combines technical insight with a friendly, jargon-free style which makes him a popular speaker on digital issues.
The GDPR series of seminars are taking place across 4 locations.
- 8.00am – Registration and breakfast rolls
- 8.30am - Seminar begins
- 11.00am - Seminar closes