WORKSHOPS: PROCESSING CUSTOMER DATA
14:00 - 17:00PL340
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Regardless of types of services or products you offer as an entrepreneur, you have to deal with personal data. If you run a blog, there is a contact form on your website, you send newsletters or simply collect information on your clients in a data base, then the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) concerns your business activity.
In May 2018, new EU regulations concerning data protection will enter into force. For us, as consumers, it means more rights and greater security. However, if we are entrepreneurs, this regulation imposes new requirements and responsibilities with more rigorous and higher penalties. GDPR will concern all entrepreneurs, also the ones, who are sole traders. Find out how new regulations will influence your business and how to efficiently prepare for changes to avoid penalties.
- Main rules, which concern personal data processing
- New definitions: sensitive data, pseudonymisation and profiling
- What should consent to personal data processing look like
- What should we inform our clients about – new disclosure requirements
- What are the new rights of our customers
- Do I have to hire a personal data inspector – what are his responsibilities
- What do data protection by design and data protection by default mean – new approach to security
- What does it mean that I am obliged to assess the effects of data processing
- In what way will this regulation make international cooperation easier and what is one-stop-shop
- Who supervises us and what are the penalties for failure to comply with new regulations
- How to prepare business for changes
The workshop is addressed to people, who run their own businesses or have to deal with personal data.
- Active work in a small group.
- Individual approach.
- Practical tasks.
- Proprietary programme and materials.
- Course completion certificate.
- Consultations up to 7 days after workshops.
VENUE OF WORKSHOPS: al. Grunwaldzka 472, Gdańsk (Olivia Business Centre, FOUR, O4 building)
DATE: Wednesday, 15th of February 2018, from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
PRICE: 340 zlotys/person – BUY TICKET NOW
REGISTRATION: Online payment – click HERE.
You can also send us an e-mail to bizneskochakobiety.pl giving your name, surname and the name of workshops, in which you want to participate.
Katarzyna Marczak, a graduate of universities in The Hague and Cardiff. She spent most of her professional life in Brussels, both in consulting companies and European institutions. In the European Parliament, she assisted deputies and dealt, among other things, with creating and giving opinions on EU legal acts. As the representative of deputy’s office, she was in continuous contact with EU officials and advisors, but also with citizens and entrepreneurs from Poland. She assisted them if they had any problems with European law. She participated in legislative processes, cooperated with lawmakers and got to know EU structure inside out.
Now, she shares her knowledge and experiences with Polish entrepreneurs in Poland. By the example of consulting companies in Brussels, she created Europlace company, which consults both small enterprises, such as one-man online shops within the scope of e-commerce law and big producers, for which it analyses, for example, EU regulations concerning food safety and supply chain control.