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In this webinar, John Ghent, CEO of Sytorus and Hugh Jones, Sytorus Chief Privacy Officer will explain the role of the Data Protection Officer (DPO) and how a DPO-as-a-Service should work.
In a world full of personal data and remote working, having a DPO has never been more important. This Webinar introduces the DPO-as-a-Service engagement and explains what the DPO should do and how they should do it.
As you may be aware, in April 2020 the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) released its report on a cookies sweep carried out between August 2019 and December 2019, along with a new Guidance Note on cookies and similar tracking technologies.
This webinar featuring the DPC’s Tony Delaney (Deputy Commissioner and Head of Regulatory Activity) and Elaine Edwards (Special Investigations Unit), will give you a good overview of the Cookies Sweep.
The GDPR embraced the principle of Privacy by Design and Default – a respect for the privacy rights of individuals in any processing solution which an organisation introduces.
Since May 2018, organisations introducing a change to their processing activities must consider the privacy risks which the proposed change will bring and take steps to reduce or mitigate the impact of those risks.
This webinar focused on stepping through the key stages of the DPIA, let attendees view a proposed change through the prism of the seven GDPR Principles, while seeking practical solutions that will enable the project to proceed. We illustrated each stage of the process with examples from our extensive experience of working with customers across a range of industries and sectors.
The mandatory data breach notification regime was introduced by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018.
This webinar focused on what constitutes a data security breach? data management considerations and how to respond to a breach, notifying and liaison with the Supervisory Authority, reporting a breach to a Data Subject and why comply with the Breach Notification obligation?
Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) present a difficult and time limited challenge to organisations, in particular those who face either complex and / or frequent requests from individuals.
The GDPR requires strict compliance to these requests, with a structured approach mandated to ensure the Data Subject receives information, as well as copies, on all personal data about them.
In this webinar, we will present the most intuitive technology available, that comprehensively allows an organisation manage the entire workflow of a DSAR from reception to delivery of in-scope data, in a form which is easy to understand and simple to execute.
When you should automate Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) and how to manage a DSAR entirely through a legally compliant framework using PrivacyEngine™ will be the focus.
A DPIA helps support the identification of any potential high risks to data privacy when your organisation is planning new or revising existing processes or functionality, or to design actions to mitigate these risks. It is a useful tool to help organisations to demonstrate their compliance with data protection law. DPIA’s help with implementing Privacy by Design (PbD), as mandated by the GDPR- Art25.
This webinar will demonstrate how to use the questionnaire feature on PrivacyEngine™ to determine if a DPIA is required or not, how to set up an internal questionnaire (what should you ask?), how to send it to the correct Data Protection Champion or Data Protection Officer (DPO) (who should you ask?) and how to set up an internal review process (who should review it?).
As companies and organisations make workplace adjustments due to COVID-19, what should their privacy program look like now that they are working from home?
The webinar focuses on a programme of work that Data Protection Officers’ (DPO’s ) / Privacy Leads can complete to help minimise the risk of a breach of data or worse still, of getting hacked whilst their staff are working from home with suggestions to help employees understand the dangers and remind them of their responsibility of managing personal data.
The GDPR provides organisations with a number of mandates in terms of demonstrating their accountability and overall compliance.
PrivacyEngine™ platform provides for this requirement via its automated ‘GDPR Logs’ module.
This webinar includes a demonstration of how organisations can leverage these GDPR Logs to their fullest potential, including the mechanics involved in the risk-raising function.
The GDPR is clear that organisations must be accountable for the way third parties process personal data on their behalf. In the event of a breach, it’s not good enough to deny any wrongdoing and lay the blame entirely on the supplier. Organisations must therefore be confident that the third party takes data protection seriously and will implement appropriate measures to meet the Regulation’s requirements.
This webinar focuses on the Third Party Questionnaire feature within PrivacyEngine™ that enables users to scrutinize, manage and select nominated Third Party Vendors with regard to their Data Protection obligations. The demonstration also includes when organisations should use this feature and why they would use it.