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Data Protection for Trustees and Personal Representatives:
Updates and what this means for risk management
Online 24th June, 1pm - 2pm
Live, interactive and recorded for future viewing
Professor Suzanne Rab, Barrister at Serle Court Chambers
What happens after your register?
After completing the registration form, we will email you a confirmation invoice and upon payment an access link will be sent giving permission to join the meeting.
Payment can be either by bacs (details printed on the invoice or call with a credit card and your invoice number)
Follow up emails will be sent with notes/slides before the event and then a final email (usually one day later) to access the event recording.
Which online platform?
We currently use Zoom to host all our online events.
Overview of session
Three years on from implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) data protection continues to evolve amid increased compliance obligations and enhanced rights for data subjects.
This session will provide an update and insight into this dynamic area and the implications for trustees and personal representatives when handling personal data.
Key issues that will be explored include:
- A reminder of the key compliance and risk management implications
for trustees and PRs
- What has changed after Brexit?
- How does the GDPR affect international trustees?
- Emerging ICO practice and litigation experience
- Practical steps for risk management
About our presenter
Professor Suzanne Rab is a barrister at Serle Court Chambers specialising in regulatory law. She has wide experience of UK, EU and international information rights and data protection law, advising private and public organisations. She advised a number of bodies in their representations on the Data Protection Act 2018 including liaising with Parliamentary Counsel and drafting amendments to the legislation. She is involved in a number of high profile actions involving data breach and misuse of personal data as well as administrative proceedings before the Information Commissioner's Office. She further advises on related areas of information rights law including under the Freedom of Information Act and sector-specific disclosure regimes in the UK and internationally. She has advised extensively on GDPR issues and remediation for trustees and personal representations, in the UK and oversea.