16th Annual Data Protection Compliance Conference

 

12th & 13th October 2017 - London, UK

 

 

Workshops  (Day 2 - Friday, 13th October 2017)

 

On the second day of the 16th Annual Data Protection Compliance Conference, Friday 13th October 2017, delegates choose two Workshops (one in the morning and one in the afternoon) that explore topics on the GDPR in-depth and work through real-life scenarios. Each Workshop is a practical analysis of specific issues realting to the New Regulation. Delegates will have the opportunity to ask questions and discover how preparations and individual issues are being dealt with at other organisations.

Each of the Workshops is run by one or more Industry Experts and considers practical and realistic case studies. The Workshops are interactive and each delegate is welcome to put questions to the Workshop leader and to discuss issues with other delegates.

Each Workshop is accredited by The Law Society with 3 CPD Points.

 


Timings for the Workshops Day

Morning Workshops
(9.30am - 12.45pm)
Afternoon Workshops
(2.00pm - 5.15pm) 
A. Preparing for Compulsory Breach Notifications E.

Compulsory Documentation – What must be in place before May 2018?

B.

Data Protection Impact Assessments – New Requirements and Methodology

F. Creating a GDPR Compliance Programme
C.

Personal Data – Preparing Organisations for the New Definition

G.

The New Role of DPOs

D.

Updated Rights and Their Implications for Organisations

H.

Handling Outsourcing and Data Processing Arrangements in the New Era

 


 


Morning Workshops: 9.30 am - 12.45 pm

 

Bridget Treacy, Hunton & WilliamsA.  Preparing for Compulsory Breach Notifications

Bridget Treacy - Hunton & Williams

Data security is now a key organisational risk. From May 2018, organisations will be required to notify serious data breaches to both national data protection authorities and individuals, except in a narrow range of circumstances. This session assesses the new breach notification obligations, including:

  • the types of incidents that will trigger notification
  • practical advice on how to prepare for mandatory breach notification, including incident response plans and opportunities to mitigate risk
  • implications for data processors
  • notifying regulators: what the ICO expects of organisations
  • the requirement for an internal breach register and how to maintain it
  • consequences of failing to notify

 

Nathalie Moreno, Lewis SilkinB.  Data Protection Impact Assessments – New Requirements and Methodology

Dr Nathalie Moreno - Lewis Silkin

For the first time in European data protection law, impact assessments will be mandatory in many circumstances. This session looks at the practical implications of the new requirements, including:

  • understanding where DPIAs must be carried out
  • ways in which a DPIA can add value to your GDPR compliance programme
  • understanding regulator expectations and recommendations
  • how to go about conducting DPIAs

 

Damien Welfare, Cornerstone BarristersC.  Personal Data – Preparing Organisations for the New Definition

 

Damien Welfare - Cornerstone Barristers

The definition of “personal data” is at the heart of data protection compliance, not least because information that is not personal data is not subject to data protection legal requirements. The GDPR alters and extends the definition in ways that are not always obvious to decipher. This session looks in detail at the practical implications of the new definition that will apply from May 2018, including:

  • the significance of the express inclusion of identifiers, location data and genetic information
  • the meaning of pseudonymisation and its benefits to organisations
  • the implications of the revised definition on the use of Big Data
  • the extension of sensitive personal data (known under the GDPR as ‘special categories of data’) to genetic and biometric information

     

    Heledd Lloyd Jones, Bird & Bird D.  Updated Rights and Their Implications for Organisations

    Heledd Lloyd-Jones – Bird & Bird

    Complying with the rights of individuals will continue to constitute an administrative burden on organisations under the new law. The GDPR both tweaks existing rights to make them more powerful, and creates new rights. The upgraded fining regime means that organisations will have a strong incentive to get things right when it comes to rights. This Workshop:

    • reviews enhancements to existing rights, such as access to personal data
    • considers the practical implications of new rights, including the right to erasure, the right to restrict personal data processing, the right to data portability and rights relating to profiling
    • explores ways in which organisations can prepare for the changes, including amending existing systems, staff training, maintaining more and different records and injecting greater transparency provisions

     


     


    Afternoon Workshops: 2.00 pm - 5.15 pm

     

    Peter Given, Bond DickinsonE.  Compulsory Documentation – What must be in place before May 2018?

    Peter Given - Bond Dickinson

    25th May 2018 is the deadline for GDPR compliance, not the starting point. From that date, additional and more extensive documentation must be in place as part of the “accountability” requirements. This Workshop looks in detail at the new requirements, and provides delegates with the knowledge and tools necessary to achieve compliance in their organisations, including:

    • what policies will need to be drafted, and the necessary content of those policies
    • how existing data protection statements and privacy notices will need to be altered and extended
    • what will need to be specified about the organisation’s security measures, and about how the organisation will respond to data breaches

     

    Jenai Nissim, TLT SolicitorsF.  Creating a GDPR Compliance Programme

    Jenai Nissim - TLT Solicitors

    Some organisations already have a data protection compliance programme in place. Others will see the impetus of the GDPR as a great opportunity to create one. In either case, a robust data protection compliance programme will be at the heart of demonstrating compliance with the GDPR from May 2018. This Workshop considers how to create a data protection compliance programme, including:

    • understanding the ‘accountability’ requirements under the GDPR
    • assessing what kinds of processes, procedures and organisational measures need to be in place in an organisation
    • getting engagement and buy-in from relevant senior stakeholders within the organisation
    • monitoring internal adherence with the data protection compliance programme

     

    Liz Fitzsimons, EvershedsG.  The New Role of DPOs

    Liz Fitzsimons - Eversheds

    For the first time, independent Data Protection Officers will be required in many organisations, with a legally defined role. Leveraging experience from the pre GDPR German DPO system, this session provides delegates with a detailed analysis of the new requirements, including:

    • the various DPO models
    • the need for DPOs to be included in key decision-making
    • required professional qualities and expertise
    • the meaning of ‘independence’
    • mandatory DPO tasks and responsibilities


     

    Bridget Treacy, Hunton & WilliamsH.  Handling Outsourcing and Data Processing Arrangements in the New Era

    Bridget Treacy - Hunton & Williams

    The GDPR will bring important changes to the relationship between controllers and processors, and some data protection obligations will apply directly to processors for the first time. Controllers and processors will need to review existing contractual provisions to ensure legal compliance and appropriate risk allocation under the GDPR. This Workshop analyses the practical implications of the GDPR for outsourcing and data processing relationships, including::

    • key contractual terms
    • cross border data flows
    • audit, internal compliance and data governance
    • risk management, including allocating risk via contractual provisions
    • implications for cloud computing

     

     





     

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