Actions and Detail Panel
The GDPR : New challenges for managing personal privacy?
Thu 6 April 2017, 09:30 – 15:20 BST
The next IRMS Scotland event sees us join up with our colleagues at the National Association of Data Protection Officers (NADPO) to offer a programme exploring the new challenges under the GDPR. The event will be held at Glasgow City Chambers, George Square on Thursday 06 April 2017..
The line-up includes Dr Kenneth Macdonald from the Information Commissioner’s Office, Deborah Dillon from Atos Consulting, Tim Musson from Computer Law Training, Laura Irvine from BTO Solicitors and Allison Black from Renfrewshire Council.
10.00-10.10 Chair’s Introduction
Claire Johnson, IRMS Scotland (@CJ_IMConsult)
10.10-10.20 GDPR Changes
Dr Kenneth Macdonald, Head of Regions, Information Commissioner’s Office
10.20-11.00 Surveillance/Human Rights/Privacy – how does all that work together?
Deborah Dillon, Atos Consulting (@Infogovgeek)
Tim Musson, Computer Law Training (@TimMusson)
Laura Irvine, bto solicitors (@poshcrimescot)
12.15-13.00 How is implementation of GDPR working in practice?
Allison Black, Managing Solicitor (Information Governance) Renfrewshire Council
14.30-15.15 Panel Session: feedback from ICO Conference
NADPO representative; Laura Irvine; Tim Musson and any others who were there or watched online
15.15-15.20 Chair’s closing remarks