GDPR Practical Update Webinar

Summary

Not all security incidents are cyber-incidents, but all personal data breaches are security incidents. It is essential that businesses understand their GDPR obligations. Having a well-considered and tested plan helps identify potential risks, implement necessary controls, identify breaches, take appropriate actions and successfully eradicate security incidents early and efficiently.

Venue details:  
Online, , Webinar
Start date & time:  
02 October 2019 13:00
End date & time:  
02 October 2019 14:00
Price: €37.50  (€30.00 Member price)
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Training ticket cost:  
1.00
CPD hours:  
1.00
Speaker details
First nameLast name
Bryan Carthy

Description

Product type:  
CPD online course
Category:  
Governance, risk and legal

Who should attend

This course is suitable for anyone in an organsiation with contact to or responsibility for personal data, from those with only occasional dealings with personal data right up to directors and C-suite officers with responsibility for the management and risk profile of a business. It is also highly relevant for those providing professional advice to such individuals.

Course overview

Stage 1: Respond

  • Identify a data breach and undertake an initial assesment
  • Contain the breach and recover losses
  • Notification to the Data Protection Comissioner and Data Subjects

Stage 2: Follow-up

  • Investigate and prepare full incident report and assessment
  • Manage any Third Party investigations
  • Reputation Management
  • Evaluation and response

Key learning outcomes

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Be better equipped to prepare for and identify an 'inevitable' data breach
  • Understand the primary reasons for data breaches
  • Be aware of an organisation's GDPR obligations in relation to data security and breach reporting
  • Respond to sample Data Protection Commission queries following a data breach notifcation

Speaker Bio

Bryan leads RDJ's Cyber and Data Protection Group, representing companies on a broad range of data management issues, including cyber and data security, notification of breaches, data subject access requests, data transfers outside the EEA, employee data, due diligence in sales of corporate assets and compliance training. His core areas of practice are corporate, commercial and finance. Bryan is a qualified Data Protection Practitioner.