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19 Oct, SFHA Offices, Glasgow

Preparing for Data Protection - Glasgow
SFHA Offices, Glasgow

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When

Thu, 19 Oct from
09:30 to 16:00 (BST)

Where

SFHA Offices
149 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5NW

About the Event

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply from 25 May 2018, significantly enhancing the requirements under the current Data Protection Act.   Housing associations and co-operatives need to ensure that they undertake the correct preparation well in advance of the GDPR coming into force, and have the right processes in place.   But what does this involve?

This is one of three events SFHA will be running to look at the GDPR in depth and provide an extensive overview of the new requirements.  

The other events will be held on

27 September 2017 - Edinburgh

17 November 2017 - Aberdeen

 

Benefits of Attending

These events will enable delegates to gain an understanding of what the GDPR will mean in practice for RSLs. Each event will be facilitated by experts in data matters, over two detailed and interactive sessions.

Costs and How To Book

Rates are from £199.00 for SFHA members and include lunch and refreshments. You can book your place using BOOK NOW above.

About the Venue

This event will be held at SFHA offices in Glasgow city centre.

Programme Listings

10.00 – 12.30            Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)

The Information Commissioner’s Office is responsible for ensuring compliance with the GDPR.   It has produced a wealth of helpful guidance, including a 12 step guide to preparing for GDPR.   The morning session will be facilitated by staff from the ICO, who will provide a comprehensive overview of the new requirements and the action that needs to be taken to ensure compliance.  

12.30 – 13.30            Lunch

13.30 – 16.00            Legal Perspective

After lunch, the second session will look more specifically at how the GDPR will impact on housing associations and co-operatives.   It will be facilitated by a law firm with expertise not only in Data Protection, but also of working with our sector.   This will enable delegates to gain an understanding of what the GDPR will mean in practice for RSLs.

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