About the training
There has been significant data protection activity recently because of the impact of Covid-19 (health surveillance, home working, varying working patterns etc); the increase in cyber attacks; the implications of the UK leaving the EU and because the ICO expect employers to have had training in the past 2 years (and most employers will not have had this since the flurry of activity in 2018
- Are your home workers locking away confidential information?
- How long are you storing Coronavirus data?
- When did you last send an employee email about the huge increase in ransomware attacks?
COVID-19 has brought a myriad of challenges including its impact on data transparency and data security. You will consider the practical technical and organisational measures that should be in place for home working, health surveillance and cybersecurity.
We will then consider the impact of the UK leaving the EU, how you remain compliant and ensure the continuation of the flow of personal data.
Benefits of attending
Understand and manage the risks that Covid-19 and increased cyber attacks has had on data security
Learn about the practical actions you need to put in to place post-Brexit to ensure continued compliance
Consider any additional measures to ensure the continued flow of data after the end of June 2021
Who should attend?
This training will be of particular benefit to all those that are responsible for processing personal data and possess a basic understanding of data protection compliance.
Costs & how to book
This training session costs £95 for SFHA members and £115 for non members. Please note numbers are limited to ensure maximum interaction fort attendees.
To book your place use the 'Book Now' button at the top of this page.
You will receive the link for the session around 24 hours the session is due to start which you will use on the day to access it.
This session will be run as a Zoom meeting. This will allow you to have your camera and, when invited, microphone enabled. This will give you an opportunity to interact with the trainer, Stephanie Harper, and the other participants.
We hope this will let you discuss and share good practice on this important topic.