Is your organisation’s data protection up to scratch?
In May 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
comes into effect. Organisations need to start planning now to make
sure they are fully compliant when the new regulation is
To help you prepare, WCVA in conjunction with the ICO
(Information Commissioner's Office) will be holding free monthly
webinars from May 2017 focussing on data protection.
Our #DesktopData sessions take place from the comfort of your
own computer and will cover topics such as:
- Direct marketing
- Privacy by design
- Cyber security
- Subject Access Requests
Plus there'll be opportunities for you to decide future themes
by telling us what it is you need to know.
What is GDPR?
GDPR is a 21st century approach to data protection, it aims to
provide more protection for individuals and therefore more privacy
obligations for organisations. Help protect privacy and avoid
potential fines by signing up to our webinars and keeping your
organisation up to speed.
Coming up - Subject Access Requests
Individuals have the right under the Data Protection Act 1998 to
make a Subject Access Request in order to obtain copies of their
In this webinar we will explain what is a Subject Access Request,
how you should handle a request and what changes the General Data
Protection Regulation will bring.
The next session in our #Desktopdata series will be held
at 2pm on Monday, 23 October 2017.
To sign up for a webinar please email email@example.com to
register your interest.
- 20 November 2017 - Data Protection for Trustees
- 11 December 2017 - Privacy by Design
- 23 January 2018 - Data Sharing
- 6 February 2018 - CCTV
If there are any specific topics you would like us to consider
covering please get in touch with your suggestions.
Here's one we made earlier
Missed a webinar or want a refresher? Click below to watch
recordings of the sessions:
May 2017 - 12 steps to help
your organisation prepare for GDPR
June 2017 -
Fundraising and Data Protection
July 2017 - Cyber
August 2017 - Privacy Notices
September 2017 - Privacy and
Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 (PECR)