Shifting data protection legislative requirements, coupled with increasing client and stakeholder privacy expectations, pose a number of challenges for any business.
Drawing on extensive experience in helping organisations comply with the GDPR, data protection laws and cyber risk management frameworks, our privacy team are dedicated on educating organisations on how to build a resilient data privacy and protection strategy that adheres to legal requirements.
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Upcoming live panel discussion
Live panel discussion – Privacy and compliance challenges organisations face in 2020
Date: Thursday, 16 July 2020
Time: 3:00 – 4:00 pm (BST), including a 15-minute Q&A
Cyber attacks, data breaches and cases of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) non-compliance are still headline news two years after the Regulation came into force.
In addition, the coronavirus pandemic has led to a sudden shift to remote working, creating security issues such as employees using personal devices, a lack of corporate control and cyber criminals performing increasingly sophisticated attacks related to COVID-19. Organisations must consider privacy compliance requirements to reduce the risks of malicious insiders, data breaches and cyber attacks.
Join GRCI Law’s data protection experts for this live panel discussion on the key privacy challenges organisations are facing two years on in light of Brexit and COVID-19.
Host and moderator
Christina Maclean, Head of Business Development
Rachel McKinney, Head of Data Privacy Management
John Potts, Head of DPO, DSAR and Breach Support
The panel will aim to answer five prepared questions. This will be followed by a 15-minute Q&A, for which attendees can submit questions once they register for the webinar on the confirmation page.
Our experts will discuss:
- The key GPDR and privacy compliance issues facing organisations;
- The challenges when handling DSARs (data subject access requests);
- The DPO (data protection officer) role and data transfer requirements in light of Brexit; and
- Data breaches and the processes organisations should implement to minimise risk.