25 September 2018

Data breach management – do you have a plan?

From terms and conditions or contracts to data breaches and how to deal with them, companies are now travelling further down the road to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance.

We have seen clients move from their immediate concerns about the agreements and notices they have in place to considering the future and how to protect themselves against a data breach, or handle one when necessary.

Appointing their Data Protection Officer and establishing their Incident Management Plan are key steps in this process. But it is also vital to make sure that staff understand the need to alert management to a data breach immediately as even if the ICO doesn’t need to be notified, you need to be able to document both the breach and your actions.

Because we have seen clients progressing to this stage, we are holding a series of events focusing on real-life scenarios, taking participants through the investigation and compliance processes with practical advice. Aimed at business leaders, data controllers and Data Protection Officers (DPOs) the events, in partnership with Marsh Ltd (Jelf) will equip you with the steps you need to take to keep the risk of a serious data breach to a minimum:

27/9 Thames Valley (Reading) Workshop with Marsh Ltd (Jelf)

9:30 – 12:30 pm, Merlin House, Commerce Park Brunel Road, Reading, RG7 4BY

3/10 HCR GDPR Autumn Seminar

7:30 – 9:30 am, Hilton Puckrup Hall Hotel, Puckrup Lane, Tewkesbury, GL20 6EL

23/10 Newport Workshop with Thomas Carroll

5:00 – 9:00 pm, University of South Wales, Usk Way, Newport, NP20 2BP

To find out more and book on any of our events visit our events page.

As well as these events, we also provide bespoke training sessions for companies, either for groups or one-to-one. We can provide staff or team briefings, workshops or webinars specifically designed for your business.

Our training advice comes with the support of a helpline. Call us on 0800 910 1189 if you have questions about GDPR for your business, or if you face a subject access request (SAR) or a data breach either within your own firm or that of a supplier. We also offer a Small Business GDPR Survival Pack for SMEs, containing essential documents you need to have in place for compliance.

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Robert Capper, Partner, Head of Commercial Team and Sectors
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