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15 September 2022 | Webinars | Article by Emily Powell

Webinar replay: Data protection essentials

The first webinar in our Information law essentials webinar series, we provide you with the key essentials you need to know when it comes to data protection law. You’ll learn the key concepts and principles, and potential lawful bases for processing and sharing data in compliance with the requirements of the data protection legislation.

You’ll also look at what to do when things “go wrong” and the importance of meeting an organisation’s reporting obligations to the Information Commissioner’s Office and/or the data subjects affected by certain personal data breaches.

We wrap up the session with an interactive session of ‘breach or no breach’, where you’ll look at whether particular scenarios constitute a “breach” or “no breach” of personal data.

The session is delivered by Sali Owens, Employment Associate and Ilan Jones, Corporate/Commercial Solicitor. Both Sali and Ilan are part of our wider Information Law team and are experienced data protection practitioners.

We have posted the webinar recording above, for you to watch at your leisure.

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Emily is a partner in the Corporate and Commercial team. Emily specialises in commercial law, public procurement and subsidy control. Emily has advised housing associations on their procurement processes and can provide a complete legal service for all procurement and project requirements. Emily also hosts a forum for ‘heads of’ procurement working within the social housing sector.
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