The Irish Computer Society, The Association of Data Protection Officers and ECDL Ireland will host Data Protection events to discuss the problems, challenges and impacts of GDPR one year on from it's enforcement in Dublin Thursday, May 23rd and Cork Friday May 24th.
09.00 Registration & Coffee
09.30 Welcome & Introduction
09.40 Getting the Board on Board, Sean Kirwan, ESB
10.15 Demonstrating compliance through staff awareness, Tom Hulton & Pauline Fowler-Warren, An Post
10.50 Coffee Break
11.10 Risky Business - Building Your Risk Register, Paul Walsh, Irish Computer Society
11.45 Q&A Panel
Getting the Board on Board
When it comes to implementing a DP Compliance regime in any organisation, management buy-in is critical. However, it not just about releasing the necessary funds to bolster compliance efforts but also understanding the need for long-term cultural and process changes to the organisation in the years to follow. Sean will share some insights into the approach that the ESB take.
Presenter: Sean Kirwan, ESB
Demonstrating compliance through staff awareness
Article 39 states that one of the tasks of the DPO includes “awareness-raising and training of staff involved in processing operations”. We’ll take a look how An Post addressed this challenging but vital area.
Presenter: Tom Hulton & Pauline Fowler-Warren, An Post
Risky Business - Building Your Risk Register
The ODPC advises adopting a risk based approach when processing personal data. This also helps with focusing management attention. We’ll take a look at some examples of how this has been done to date in both the public and private sector.
Presenter: Paul Walsh, Irish Computer Society
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23rd May (Thu)
Begins at 09:00 and ends at 12:00
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