The General Data Protection Regulation comes into force in May 2018, bringing with it significant new obligations and sanctions. Data protection authorities are regularly issuing guidance on how to interpret the new rules. The Department of Culture, Media and Sport is planning how best to introduce associated UK legislation – needed to address areas which the Regulation says have to be tackled on a country specific basis, or to introduce exemptions.
The new regulation introduces concepts such as the ‘right to be forgotten’, data portability, data breach notification and accountability. At the same time as organisations are preparing to comply with the new rules, the spectre of Brexit is also looming.
This one day conference will give an overview of the regulation, latest guidance and case law and the latest on UK implementing legislation, to help you understand and consider how your organisation should be preparing for 2018.
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