GDPR IS NOT AS BLACK AS IT IS PAINTED. POMERANIAN BUSINESS BREAKFAST
09:00 - 15:00
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Olivia Business Centre, Pomeranian Regional Chamber of Commerce and Russell Bedford Poland would like to invite you to another meeting as part of Pomeranian Business Breakfasts series. This time, we will touch upon a hot topic of 2018: GDPR.
Purpose: The meeting is addressed to entrepreneurs, who process any personal data, including employees’ personal data, in their current business activity. During the meeting the most important changes in regulations concerning personal data protection will be presented and we will get to know how they influence entrepreneurs’ new responsibilities. It will most of all make it possible to adjust personal data processing as part of recruitment and employment.
The breakfast is addressed to HR employees, employees of IT departments, employees of sales and commercial departments, as well as to managers, that is persons, who shape enterprise’s personnel policy. The meeting is addressed also to employees of other departments, if they process personal data directly (marketing, customer service, etc.), as well as for persons, who are responsible for personal data protection in a company.
When? March 16, 2018 at 9:00 am.
Where? Olivia Sky Club, Olivia Tower in Olivia Business Centre, al. Grunwaldzka 472D in Gdańsk
Cost? 30 zlotys (gross) per participant
Registration? Application form should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Declaration of participation is tantamount with paying a fee for the breakfast. The number of seats is limited.
09:00 am – 09:30 am – welcome coffee, networking
09:30 am – 10:30 am – part I of the lecture
10:30 am – 11:00 am – coffee break, networking
11:00 am – 12:00 noon – part II of the lecture
12:00 noon – 1:00 pm – questions and discussion, networking
We are presenting all the most current and the most important subjects connected with GDPR and personal data protection.
➤Basic principles concerning the processing of personal data:
- the principle of legality
- the principle of purposefulness
- the principle of adequacy
- the principle of substantive correctness
- the principle of the integrity and confidentiality of data
- the principle of limiting the date storage
- the principle of transparency
- the principle of accountability
- does a given organisation have to keep a register of processing operations?
- are there any procedures concerning the exercising of the rights of data subjects, for example the right of access to personal data, transfer of data?
- are there any procedures concerning the fulfilment of data controller’s responsibilities, for example within the scope of informing persons and organs about violations?
- does a given organisation have to conduct the assessment of implications connected with data processing?
- does a given organisation have to assign a data protection supervisor?
➤basic points, which need to be taken into account while analysing the risk
➤Risk analysis – practical examples
- for employee’s data
- manufacturing secrets