Webinar series: Data Protection
14th March, 2023
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Register your interest for our on-going webinar series on ‘Data Protection’ for in-house lawyers, DPOs and senior management in private and public sector organisations.
The series will run throughout 2023 providing attendees with up to date information on key Data Protection topics. The short one hour sessions will be delivered by our experts with allocated time for you to ask any questions you may have.
24 January: A case law update
Recent developments in data protection and discussion of relevant example cases, including the way the ICO and courts are interpreting GDPR.
To watch a recording of the first session click here.
14 March: Data security
Practical discussion of data security; what it means and how to be compliant with UK GDPR.
16 May: Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs)
How to deal with DSARs – from preparing your organisation and team, to responding to the data subject and how to carry out the relevant searches and sorting of data.
4 July: Data protection implications of AI tools
An overview of the legal/regulatory landscape for AI, the data protection challenges and the way forward.
12 September: Marketing and data protection
Looking at restrictions on the use of data businesses have in order to market their products and services including guidance on buying external databases.
17 October: Data transfers – crossing borders
A look at the transfer of data out of the UK and EEA, particularly look at the changes coming in 2024.
To register please complete the form below.
All sessions with take place at 12.30pm.
Session 2: Data security
The second in our series ‘Data Security’ will take place on Tuesday 14th March at 12.30pm via Zoom.
Damien Charlton will chair this panel event, in discussion with his colleagues Nathan Bilton. They will discuss the importance of data security, offering practical tips on how to be compliant with UK GDPR.
We welcome audience participation, so during registration and via the Q&A feature in Zoom during the event, you will be given the opportunity to pose questions.
In addition, if there are any particular topics which you would like to see covered in our webinar programme, please get in touch. We are keen to hear your ideas.
Please note that this event is designed to be informative, not advisory and represents our understanding of English law and practice as at the date indicated. We would always recommend that you should seek specific guidance on any particular legal issue.