Date: 10th September 2019
Time: 09:00 - 12:30
Glasgow, Venue TBC
CPD Hours: 3hoursThis half-day seminar will examine the key data protection issues around sharing data.
Solicitors frequently share personal data with other organisations or individuals.
However, it is essential to establish the legal basis and requirements for doing this and with the growing public awareness of data protection, sharing could be challenged by data subjects, with possible complaints to the Information Commissioner's Office.
This half-day course will consider the law, principles and practice of data sharing, including different types of sharing, to ensure 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
- What is data sharing?
- Why is it an issue?
- Sharing with processors - contracts
- Sharing with joint controllers
- Purpose and legal basis of sharing
- Data sharing agreements
- Different types of sharing - one-off and regular
- Sharing with different specific organisations and actors
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.