17th Annual Data Protection Compliance Conference

 

 

 

Up to 12 CPD hours awardedWorkshops

 

Day 2 - Friday, 12th October 2018

 

On the second day of the 17th Annual Data Protection Compliance Conference, delegates attend two Workshops (one in the morning and one in the afternoon), each offering practical in-depth analysis of data protection and the GDPR. These interactive sessions explore real-life examples and encourage delegates to discuss individual issues to find out how other organisations comply with the GDPR.

Each of the Workshops is run by one or more Industry Experts and considers practical and realistic case studies. Delegates are welcome to put questions to the Workshop leader and other delegates. The full outline of each Workshop can be viewed here.

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

 

 

Morning Workshops

(select one)


(9.30am - 12.45pm)

 

 

Afternoon Workshops

(select one)


(2.00pm - 5.15pm) 

A. Updated Rights under the GDPR   E.

New Rights and Their Implications for Organisations

 

B.

Data Protection Impact Assessments – New Requirements and Methodology

  F. Outsourcing and Data Processing Arrangements under the GDPR
C.

Compulsory Documentation – What is now Required of Organisations

  G.

Compulsory Breach Notifications – How To Prepare

 

D.

Data Protection by Design and by Default – How to Implement an Effective Framework

  H.

Cybersecurity and the GDPR  

 

 

Workshop Topics

 


Morning Workshops: 9.30 am - 12.45 pm

 

Leonie Power, FieldfisherA.  Updated Rights under the GDPR

Leonie Power, Director, Fieldfisher

Complying with the rights of individuals continues to constitute an administrative burden on organisations under the new law. The GDPR tweaks the rules that relate to existing rights to make them more powerful. The dramatically enhanced fining regime now means that organisations have a strong incentive to get things right when it comes to rights. This Workshop discusses the practical effects of the changes to the following rights:

  • subject access
  • automated decision-taking
  • right to object to processing
  • right to compensation

 

Ashley Roughton, Venner ShipleyB.  Data Protection Impact Assessments – New Requirements and Methodology

Ashley Roughton, Barrister, Venner Shipley

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 when DPIAs must be carried out
  • methodology for the effective carrying out of a DPIA
  • ways in which a DPIA can add value to your GDPR compliance programme and to the effectiveness or profitability of the organisation
  • understanding regulator expectations and recommendations

 

Jenai Nissim, TLTC.  Compulsory Documentation – What is now Required of Organisations

Jenai Nissim, Legal Director, TLT Solicitors

In contrast to pre-GDPR law, several sets of documents must now be created and be made available in order to demonstrate compliance with the GDPR. This Workshop looks in detail at the requirements of the GDPR in terms of accountability, and provides delegates with the knowledge and tools necessary to achieve compliance in their organisations, including:

  • what policies must be drafted, and the necessary content of those policies
  • how existing data protection statements and privacy notices need to be altered and extended
  • how organisations can raise awareness of data protection and their data protection policies and procedures

     


    Bridget Treacy, Hunton & Williams D.  Data Protection by Design and by Default – How to Implement an Effective Framework

    Bridget Treacy, Partner, Hunton Andrews Kurth

    Data protection by design, while not a new concept, is now a requirement under the GDPR. It requires building data protection into the design, operation and management of any project that involves the processing of personal data. Data protection by default refers to the requirement to implement appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure that, by default, only personal data which are necessary for each specific purpose of the processing are processed. This Workshop provides delegates with practical steps to:

    • understand exactly what needs to be changed in the organisation as a result of the design and default requirements
    • design an effective framework so that design and default elements are effectively built in
    • examine the concept from an organisational, regulatory and technical perspective
    • create necessary awareness amongst staff members

     

     


     


    Afternoon Workshops: 2.00 pm - 5.15 pm

     

    Alison Deighton, TLT SolicitorsE.  New Rights and Their Implications for Organisations

    Alison Deighton, Partner, TLT Solicitors

    The GDPR introduces several new rights for individuals. This Workshop examines these news rights in detail and provides practical advice for organisations on how to handle them. The rights that are considered in this session include:

    • right to erasure
    • right to restrict personal data processing
    • right to data portability
    • rights relating to profiling

     

    Peter Given, Womble Bond DickinsonF.  Outsourcing and Data Processing Arrangements under the GDPR

    Peter Given, Legal Director, Womble Bond Dickinson

    The GDPR brings important changes to the relationship between controllers and processors, and some data protection obligations now apply directly to processors. Controllers and processors must have in place contractual provisions to ensure legal compliance and appropriate risk allocation under the GDPR. This Workshop analyses the practical implications of the GDPR for outsourcing, including:

    • clarification of the distinction between controllers and processors, and their revised relationship under the GDPR
    • new responsibilities of processors and the implications for controllers
    • the role of sub-processors and how they should be engaged
    • the new mandatory contractual provisions and their practical effect
    • dealing with data protection liability in contracts

     

    Liz Fitzsimons, Eversheds SutherlandG.  Compulsory Breach Notifications – How To Prepare

    Liz Fitzsimons, Partner, Eversheds Sutherland

    There is now an obligation to inform supervisory authorities of data breaches in many circumstances. There is an additional, and different, requirement to inform all individuals potentially affected by a breach. The session examines these requirements, including:

    • the types of incidents that will trigger mandatory notification to supervisory authoritiest
    • he higher level of seriousness of incidents that will require notification to individuals
    • practical advice on how to prepare for possible breach notifications (including incident response plans and opportunities to mitigate risk)
    • notifying regulators: what the Information Commissioner’s Office expects of organisations
    • how to maintain the compulsory internal breach register
    • consequences of failing to notify

     

    Manish Soni, MacfarlanesH.  Cybersecurity and the GDPR

    Manish Soni, Senior Counsel, Macfarlanes

    The role of a data protection professional increasingly requires not only being an expert in legal privacy frameworks but being able to readily apply this knowledge in various complex organisational contexts, such as cybersecurity . This Workshop is prepared specifically in the context of the GDPR with the objective of data protection professionals acquiring confidence in talking about and handling cybersecurity matters within their organisations, including:

    • what exactly is "cybersecurity" and what is the security triad?
    • security "incidents" vs. "personal data breaches" and defining "risk"
    • an introduction to cryptography: encryption, at rest and in transit; hashing and salting
    • an introduction to the ontology of malware and typical cyberattacks: botnets, viruses, worms, ransomware, Denial of Service (and DDoS) and Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)
    • marrying up the data security and breach response requirements in the GDPR and your organisation's approach - the good, the bad and the ugly

     



     

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