GDPR will see charities facing a raft of new obligations around things like consent, sharing of data with third-parties and new rights that individuals they hold data will have such as “the right to be forgotten” and the “right to object”.
The Transform Foundation has been inundated with follow-up questions from charities who have read our White Paper on the topic of how they can prepare for GDPR. So, we will be hosting this breakfast briefing, which will consist of presentations on the topic followed by an opportunity for audience members to ask questions. Our guest presenter will be Jules Toynton of law firm DLA Piper.
Key takeaways will include:
- Providing an overview of the most important features of GDPR, including changes to reporting requirements for personal data breaches
- Explaining the main impacts that will have for charities, focusing on issues surrounding consent and data management
- Examining steps that charities can take to prepare for GDPR and ensure they are compliant once it comes into force
- Analysing the risks that charities will face from GDRP and exploring ways in which they can be mitigated