FREE Data Protection Webinars
Join one of our free webinars to gain valuable insights from experts in data protection in schools, places are limited so book now to avoid disappointment!
Data breaches which occur everydayView on-demand
Data breaches can and do happen every day in schools – yes, everyday! Unless you recognise what constitutes a data breach you can’t fix it and make your school a data safer place. Accredited GDPR Practitioner Josie will explore the breaches schools have encountered in the new world of online learning and working from home. She’ll also share some horror stories of real breaches that she’s encountered.
What are the risks of cyberattacks?View on-demand
Who’d want to carry out a cyberattack in a school? What on earth have they got to gain? Join Paul Alberry from Secure Schools, Paul will share with you why schools are now in the clear sights of cybercriminals and explain the damage they can cause in terms of loss of data, possible monetary loss or fines and in reputation. We’ll also hear from Al Kingsley from Netsupport who will share his experience of cyber-attacks from a safeguarding perspective in schools and how easy it is to get caught out.
Your legal liabilities and responsibilities in data protectionView on-demand
As a Barrister, Russell Holland knows that once issues get to court there are no winners. Knowing your responsibilities and receiving the best appropriate training and advice will position you to manage your legal data protection obligations. Russell will outline these in language that you can understand and share some events that may make your toes curl!
Making sense of data processing agreementsView on-demand
If you send or receive data from a 3rd party, you must have a data processing agreement in place. It should make clear which party is the controller and the processor. Alexander Banthien, Technical Director at GDPRiS will explain the importance of these relationships in words you understand. He will also explain why screening questions are important when introducing a new system and when a DPIA needs to be carried out.
SARs – when must you write a SAR or can you refuseView on-demand
The legislation about when a SAR must be produced and when it can be refused is to say the least woolly in places. Russell Holland, Barrister and Partner at PHP Law, will explain the law and share with you his professional view of what you should do if faced with a difficult SAR. He’ll also offer his views on how you can reduce the workload of SARs.
Brexit – the implications of data transfer outside the UKView on-demand
Presently, no one knows what any data controller needs to do if data is transferred between the UK and EU. However, much of the data schools transfer goes to the US and Canada. Join our speakers Alexander Banthien and Russell Holland to find out what the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework is and how it impacts your data. If more comes to light about data transfer to the EU between now and the live event, we’ll share that with you too!