Seminar: Getting to Grips with GDPR
10th April 2018
GDPR – Are you prepared?
The General Data Protection Regulation 2016 will take effect in the UK and Europe by May 2018. The new regime is not only more onerous but will carry the risk of hugely increased fines - up to Euro 20m or 4% annual worldwide turnover whichever is greater.
Book on to our Getting to Grips with GDPR Seminar today
Time LEFT TO COMPLY WITH GDPR
10th April 2018, London
Due to demand we will be re-running our seminar, Getting to Grips with GDPR. Presented by Laura Scaife, Cassandra Ho and Sian Stephens.
This concise and practical session will set out the actions needed to comply with the new regulations.
Date: 10th April
Timing: Registration and refreshments from 8.30am, with presentations from 9.00am. We expect to finish at 10.30 after discussion and questions
Location: Wellers Law Group LLP, 65 Leadenhall Street, London EC3A 2AD
Contact: Cynthia Craven on 020 7481 2422
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So how can organisations best prepare for the new rules?
At Wellers we have designed a practical approach to this issue. We offer a legal audit, designed to provide a full legal assessment, helping you to control the risks for your organisation. This process assesses both day to day and longer term risks and includes an examination of:
- The different types of data you hold
- What happens to that data in your organisation
- Where the biggest risks for non-compliance are
- How to achieve compliance in a way that is appropriate, proportionate and cost effective for your organisation
Once we assess the extent to which you comply with the rules we deliver a user-friendly report identifying what you need to do against a clear Red/Amber/Green warning system.
This approach enables you to spot the most urgent corrective action you need to take to minimise the risk of serious breaches by your organisation as well as highlighting other steps you ought to take so that systems and controls can be put in place which will reduce the risk of serious failures.