On the 1st January 2021 the United Kingdom left the European Union fully as the ‘transition period’ came to end. The Trade agreement that was reached gives organisations some breathing room to allow data to continue to flow between the UK-EU. However, there are some things that have changed and some things that are changing during the course of 2021 that organisations need to be aware of.
During this session we will explore what organisations are required to do now that we have left the EU including what Data Protection in the UK now looks like (the UK GDPR for example), where they can get additional resources and support.
By the end of this session, you will have an understanding of;
Date: Wednesday 27th January 2021, 9.30am - 13.00pm
Cost to attend: £40 + VAT Members and £65 + VAT Non-Members
9.20am - Registration
9.30am - Workshop begins
10.30am - Break
10.40am - Workshop resumes
11.40am - Break
11.50am - Workshop resumes
12.50pm - Q&A
13.00pm - Workshop ends
Scott Sammons is an experienced Information Governance Practitioner and trainer having worked in Data Protection and Information Management for the last 10 years across various sectors including public, private and voluntary sectors. Under the banner of Lighthouse IG Scott now supports various organisations with their information handling needs and legal requirements, including implementation of the GDPR. Scott is certified in Data Protection, Freedom of Information, Information & Records Management and the information security standard ISO27001. Scott is a fellow of the Institute of Information Management Africa and volunteers as Chair of the Information & Records Management Society (IRMS) of the UK & Ireland. Scott also teaches a current GDPR practitioner certificate and can be found on twitter under @privacyminion and @IGlighthouse. You can find out more information about Lighthouse IG at www.lighthouseig.com