83 working days until GDPR legislation is enforced
The Association of Data Protection Officers would like to welcome you to the National Data Protection Conference on the 24th and 25th of January, 2018. Ireland's Data Protection community will gather in Croke Park Stadium, Dublin 3, for this two-day programme which will include informative workshops and presentations from some of Europe’s top data protection professionals. This is the largest data protection event in Ireland and is a must-attend event for your DP calendar.
This workshop is designed for those who have a basic understanding of data protection rights and responsibilities in Ireland, including legislation and business impact. The syllabus encourages the recognition of data protection legislation as one particular safeguard relating to personal information whilst at the same time recognising the legitimate needs of business and organisations to process such information.
GDPR will bring lots of important changes in 2018. One such change is the need for privacy by design. Privacy (and Data Protection) by design and by default is written into Article 25 of the EU GDPR. Privacy by Design states that any action a company undertakes that involves processing personal data must be done with data protection and privacy in mind at every step. This full day workshop will look into the steps you need to put in place to avoid a breach of this nature.
This workshop is specifically for Data Protection Officers operating within the public sector.
This will be an interactive workshop led by established Public Sector Data Protection Officers who will share their approach to implementing processes in the lead up to GDPR legislation. he legitimate needs of business and organisations to process such information.
This workshop is designed for people in the education and training sector who handle information about students, staff or the general public.
The workshop will cover the following:
1. An overview of GDPR
2. Data Breach Case Study
3. Planning for GDPR
For most organisations it is now a question of “when” not “if” you experience a Cyber-attack.
Under GDPR you have 72 hours to report the breach. If the worst happened, would you be ready?
This workshop looks at recent breaches and the responses to them and discusses the issues around the new reporting requirements. ok into the steps you need to put in place to avoid a breach of this nature.
We all have a right to request a copy of all information an organisation retains about us, provided the data exists. This is known as a Subject Access Request (SAR).
This workshop will look how SARs have changed under GDPR including how a SAR is defined, how to respond to a request, what legal obligations an organisation has, and how to respond efficiently.
Assistant Data Commissioner,
Data Commissioners Office
Irish Computer Society