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100 Victoria Embankment

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EC4Y 0DH

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Who should attend

This should appeal no only to those who manage data protection/privacy programmes but also to those who are members of a data steering board/forum, C-suite and other senior managers who manage teams which are responsible for processing personal data - such as heads of Marketing, Sales, CRM , HR, Finance or other Operational functions.

What will you learn?

Businesses are striving to drive more insight and value out of personal data. These commercial aims can be achieved more effectively if you have a strong data governance framework in place. A framework that ensure business objectives are met without taking unnecessary compliance risks.

This unique workshop will give you the confidence to work better with your fellow data stakeholders, deliver real improvements, develop a data governance structure that works for your business and reduces the overall risk profile. Featuring expert guidance, practical tips and takeaways.

Agenda

9.30pm - Introductions

Meet your tutor and the group

Data governance

  • What is a ‘data governance framework’ and why do you need one?
  • Good data governance is good for business and good for customer relationships. Privacy as a brand asset. Linking governance into your data strategy & innovation.
  • What the C-Suite needs to know. Overview of key requirements (NOT a detailed legislation list though as this is about bigger picture). Getting senior team on board around shared goals.
  • Data protection by design & by default. Privacy as a brand asset. Applying DPBD in practice.
  • Who owns the risk from data processing? The ‘3 lines of defence’ model.
  • Requirements for a strong data governance programme (both info sec & privacy)
  • Do you need a DPO – or should you have one anyway? Other options for organisations who are not required to have a DPO.
  • Roles & responsibilities for a governance board. Outline 5 key roles & responsibilities.
  • Other resources to enable compliance.
  • Your data governance plan. Framework, reporting back on results, visibility of results.

Group work: Identifying where risk lies areas across the organisation. 2 groups. Pick a type of organisation & present back.

11am - Coffee break

Present back results of group discussions – compare & contrast approaches.

11.45am - Risk discovery, assessment & prioritisation

  • Summarise where risk lies areas across the organisation
  • Assessing & prioritising risk
    • Using a risk assessment framework. Benchmarking & using risk charts.
    • People, process & technology risks
    • Technology systems
    • Third party suppliers

1pm – 1.45pm - Lunch

  • Methods of assessment: data mapping, ISRA, DPIAs, SIAs. Questionnaire or F2F approaches.
  • Creating & managing your action plan – delivering results.
  • Documentation & evidence (feeding into Records of Processing Activity)
  • Sustainability: keeping up with new guidance & case law
  • Role of regular reviews or audits

2.30pm - Leading on Privacy

Handling information rights requests

3pm -Tea break

3.15 - Handling data incidents/breaches

3.45pm - Group exercise

4.15 - Review learnings, 10 takeaways & actions

Your trainer for the day is Simon Blanchard

Simon is Senior Associate at data privacy consultancy Opt-4 and Deputy Chair of the Data Protection Network. Prior to moving into consultancy, Simon worked in senior data roles at Bauer Media (formerly EMAP) and Thomas Cook.




  • Simon Blanchard

    Simon Blanchard

    Opt-4 Ltd Senior Associate

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