Today the Information Commissioner’s Offices publishes its first Technology Strategy. It makes interesting reading because it starts to deal with the technological “nuts and bolts” of what companies and people who handle (‘process’) data actually need to do in order to comply with the GDPR.
At DMH Stallard, as we gear up our clients for 25th May deadline, our GDPR resources, tools and guidance are available for you.
As well as regularly updating our guidance in respect of the GDPR and the documents/policies and forms we can provide to clients, we will be conducting a seminar at our Guildford office in April or Early May that will provide latest guidance to clients and those who process data and give details on the services/documents we can supply you with.
This is the latest in a series of seminars that we have given to our clients and contacts. This seminar answers the questions
1. I handle personal data, where do I start with GDPR?
2. What steps do I, or my business, need to take to comply with GDPR?
3. What documents and policies do we need in place to comply the GDPR?
4. Where can we get advice and the documents that we need?
In short, you have been told all the principles and the theory of GDPR, now we need to get down and do the mechanics of getting it all in place.
To register your interest in attending this seminar, please email Stephanie Brownings.