GDPR Training Course
This training is now fully booked.
Are you still feeling confused and overwhelmed by GDPR and the implications the new regulations may have for your business? Following on from the success of our GDPR conference last month, we are inviting businesses to attend a full day of GDPR training so that you can gain in-depth, focused and tailored guidance on the regulations.
We will be offering a full day of thorough training delivered by two of the experts who gave a taster of their extensive specialist knowledge of GDPR at the conference: Alex Saunders, Leathes Prior and Darren Chapman, Cyberscale.
The day will consist of a morning covering the legal and policy aspect of the new regulations delivered by Alex, followed by an afternoon which will focus on how to ensure your cyber security strategy meets GDPR requirements. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
With limited spaces, make sure you book on to this training session taking place at the Chamber offices and allow us to guide your organisation's preperation for 25th May onwards.
Legal, Alex Saunders (09.00-12.30)
- Introduction to the legal aspects of the GDPR
- Key changes to the GDPR, including:
- Data protection principles
- Data controllers and data processors
- Lawful basis for processing and consent
- Data breaches
- Individuals’ rights under the GDPR (including subject access requests and the right to be forgotten)
- Data Protection Officers
- Automated processing and profiling
- An overview of the steps that businesses should take
- List of action points and documents required
Cyber Security, Darren Chapman (13:00-16:30)
- Cyber Security Primer
- What GDPR Says about security
- The CIA Triad
- Deciding on what are "Appropriate" measures
- Frameworks & Standards
- Incident & Breach Response planning
- Next Steps
More about the presenters
Alex Saunders, Leathes Prior
Alex is a Solicitor within Leathes Prior Solicitors’ Corporate and Commercial Team dealing with a broad range of matters including acquisitions and disposals, shareholders’ agreements, corporate re-structuring, data protection, intellectual property protection, terms and conditions and other commercial agreements. Alex has a particular interest in the tech sector and has advised a number of clients on the implications of the General Data Protection Regulation over the past year.
Darren Chapman, Cyberscale
Darren has spent the last 10 years providing consultancy nationally and internationally to large enterprises, and running consultancy teams for software companies involved the in the security and virtualisation space. He is now focused on bringing some of that experience to the local SME market in East Anglia.
Please note: The content of the training will be general information and guidance about the General Data Protection Regulation and useful information about the key changes to data protection law of which all businesses need to be aware. The training will not constitute legal advice, and specific legal advice should always be taken in relation to any specific circumstance.