Our upcoming webinar: the future of protection – GDPR

Our upcoming webinar: the future of protection – GDPR

Join us for the second in our two-part GDPR live webinar series, The Future of Data Protection: GDPR, on Wednesday 28th February 2018 at 11am GMT.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming in May 2018 and the operational effects on businesses are wide-ranging. We're here to help you prepare. In the second of our two-part webinar series on GDPR,  join us live on Wednesday 28th February at 11am GMT with our specialist data protection solicitor Matt Starling, as we explore and explain the changes GDPR will bring, including:

  • data processors' liability under GDPR
  • accountability and governance for data controllers
  • consent under GDPR
  • information audits
  • subject rights
  • contracts (Article 28)
  • managing data breaches and the cost to you and your business
  • impact assessments

During our live webinar broadcast, there will be an instant messaging facility for you to ask questions about GDPR, which Matt will review and answer at the end of the session.

If you have any questions ahead of the webinar, please email charlotte.smith@hjsolicitors.co.uk. (You can also find out about other upcoming webinars on different legal areas here).


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