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GDPR Manchester Seminar – Are You Ready?

Join us at one of our complimentary GDPR training sessions where we will guide you through the new provisions ensuring that company directors are aware of their personal liabilities and data processors and controllers have correct procedures in place ready for 25 May 2018.

Our team of experts will cover the following topics:

Stephen Robinson, CEO, Mitigate Cyber Security
Technical measures to protect data, common failings, bolt on or rebuild? Privacy by design implications for technology depts.

Mark Weston, partner, Hill Dickinson
Common EU framework and fines, the key changes from DPA and implications for board members / designated persons.

Rick Freeman, executive director, The Compliance Foundation
Practical implications for making your business compliant / balancing BAU with regulatory compliance and the establishment of effective reporting frameworks.

Who should attend?

This training is suitable for anyone who uses or possesses, personal data but with particular relevance to: In-house lawyers, COO/Operations directors, IT directors, compliance officers, company secretaries, board members, HR professionals and marketing professionals.

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