Cost £399 + VAT
Speaker Frank Rankin
Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Data Controllers have a duty to record and, in some cases, report personal data breaches to the Information Commissioner as well as Data Subjects. In addition, there are a range of other statutory and regulatory duties for recording, reporting and responding to information security incidents impacting on personal data. But there are also practical and reputational benefits from responding promptly and appropriately. An effective response can be the last chance to put things right.
This workshop will examine the law and best practice, drawing on real-life case studies, to identify how organisations can position themselves to deal appropriately with data security incidents and data breaches, in order to minimise the impact on customers and service users and mitigate reputational damage.
This is an interactive workshop using exercises and group discussion to support real-world application.