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Preparing HEAT members for the GDPR (Afternoon Session)

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Woburn House Conference Centre

Tavistock Square

London

WC1H 9HQ

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Afternoon session: 1:45pm to 4:15pm
Registration and refreshments from 1:30pm

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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - which comes into force on 25th May 2018 - represents significant regulatory change and, as such, will impact ALL organisations handling data (either as data controller or processor). In preparation for the GDPR, HEAT is delighted to host two short workshops, intended to provide HEAT Core and HEAT NCOP members with a greater understanding of how they might tackle the challenges of the new regulation.

Presented by Victoria Cetinkaya, Senior Policy Officer for the Information Commissioner’s Office, and supported by the HEAT Central Team, these workshops are provided free of charge to HEAT Core and HEAT NCOP members.

Victoria will present an overview of key themes of the GDPR, helping members to understand the new legal framework by highlighting similarities to the existing Data Protection Act (DPA). She will also be describing some of the new and different requirements. Following the presentation, a focussed Q&A session will seek to address a range of member-specific issues and possible compliance implications that are pertinent to the HEAT Service and its members.

We anticipate that demand for places will be high, therefore early booking is highly recommended. Places are limited to ONE representative from each core member HEI or NCOP partnership.

To enable presenters to focus on HEAT-specific issues, members are asked to submit burning questions in advance to admin@heat.ac.uk by no later than Friday 30th June.

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Woburn House Conference Centre

Tavistock Square

London

WC1H 9HQ

United Kingdom

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