Date: 22nd August 2019
Time: 09:00 - 12:30
Technology and Innovation Centre
99 George street
CPD Hours: 3hoursThis half-day seminar will examine the GDPR accountability requirement and how to comply with it.
Accountability is one of the data protection principles - it makes data controllers responsible for complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and furthermore, demonstrate this compliance.
The half-day course will consider what is actually meant by ‘accountability’ and will include a detailed consideration of what should form an ‘accountability portfolio’ and the activities necessary to demonstrate compliance.
This seminar is one of a four part data protection series, examining key aspects of compliance in detail. Click here to view the others.
Special offer - register for all four seminars and only pay for three!
Contact CPD@lawscot.org.uk to take up this offer
- Accountability and governance - why is it important and what does it mean?
- Documentation – the ‘accountability portfolio’
- Processor contracts
- Data protection by design and default
- Data protection impact assessments
- Personal data breach recording and reporting
- Training requirements – the risks of the Information Commissioner's Office visit
Tim focuses on training in data protection and information security, support for data protection compliance and information security and offering an outsourced data protection officer service.
He is currently Convener of the Law Society of Scotland’s Privacy Law Committee, where he has contributed to consultations on the new EU General Data Protection Regulation and the Investigatory Powers Act. He is also a member of the Technology Law and Practice Committee.