5 Things HR Professionals Must Do in the Role of Data Protection OfficerPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 20 March 2018
The GDPR will apply in the UK from 25 May 2018. Does your organisation need a Data Protection Officer, and is that you?
This webinar recording for the HR professionals helps remove the fog surrounding the role of Data Protection Officer and clearly explain what it is you need to do to ensure your organisation is fully compliant.
In this webinar recording, our presenters:
- Explain what is a Data Protection Officer
- Advise what the Data Protection Officer is responsible for
- Help you prepare for the role of Data Protection Officer (DPO)
- Give you action points to take away and implement.
- Give you the opportunity to ask questions
NOTE: Don't forget, Legal-Island has worked with a team of data protection experts and lawyers to develop a GDPR Compliance in the Workplace eLearning module, specifically for Northern Ireland organisations. Find out more and get instant access here:
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