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Data protection law requires that personal information must be held and used securely. Recent headlines have shown that organisations are not doing enough to ensure the security of peopleís personal data. It is not always obvious what measures should be taken by organisations to comply with the legal obligations.
This session examines the law as it relates to data security, and the practical steps that organisations need to take to ensure compliance with their obligations. It concentrates on how to avoid data security breaches, but also looks at what can be done to mitigate the effects of any breach that does occur. The session considers the practical implications of the recommendations of various government and other reports on the security of data.
Key aspects of this session include:
Delegates will learn about the practical steps that can be taken in their organisation to avoid the adverse consequences that can arise from data security incidents.
Dates and locations:
Tuesday, 21st May 2013
Who should attend this Training course:
Data Protection Officers, Heads of IT, Risk Managers, Information Officers, Privacy Officers, Compliance Officers, Information and Commercial lawyers ( in-house and private practice ), Office Managers, Human Resources Officers, Records Managers, and others
To be confirmed 14 days before the course date
Short Day Ė 10am to 4pm, lunch included
15% discount for second delegate
This course can be used to qualify for 5 CPD hours
Our training courses are designed to meet delegatesí requirements for focused practical instruction on how to deal with the compliance needs of organisations
PDPís trainers are not only experts in their field, but also are excellent at training. All our sessions are interactive, and questions and discussion are welcome
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