GDPR for small firms training course
 

It is a feature of modern life that society is forced to debate matters such as the placement of surveillance cameras in public places, the extent to which security services may be allowed access to our private correspondence and the extent to which we share information about ourselves online. GDPR impacts every part of the business from managing employee records, to customer data lists right through to financial records that contact personal data.

 

The SFA is delighted to invite you to attend a specific training session on GDPR.  Our experts will provide you with detailed insight into the implications of GDPR, advising particularly on the considerations which are most relevant to small businesses.  They will offer a comprehensive overview of employers’ increased obligations under GDPR, enhanced rights for employees and individuals and cover consent and direct marketing. You will be advised on the possible need for a Data Protection Officer and the considerations for carrying out Data Protection Impact Assessments. The course will provide guidance on ensuring the security of data held by small businesses and will set out a step by step guide on preparing for the GDPR’s arrival on 25 May 2018.

 

This event is important for anyone who processes personal data on behalf of employees, customers, suppliers or stakeholders.  Make sure to book your place now.  Spaces are limited and filling up fast.

 

 

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