Data Protection Update

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 10 September 2020
Anna Flanagan
Pinsent Masons
Issues covered: Data Protection; Remote Working; Returning to Work; COVID-19; Brexit

In this webinar recording, Anna Flanagan, Senior Associate at Pinsent Masons joined Scott Alexander, Head of Learning and Development at Legal Island to discuss the following topics:

  1. Update from Regulators and enforcement action during/after the pandemic
  2. Working from home: risks associated with employee behaviour, employee monitoring, managing supplier contracts;
  3. Returning to work: health monitoring, contact tracing, adjustment on a phased basis, mission creep as the emergency eases;
  4. Cyber risks: increase in COVID-19 related scams, risks in employee behaviour, PM white paper including attacker trends;
  5. International Transfers and Brexit: transferring personal data to third countries

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This article is correct at 10/09/2020

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Anna Flanagan
Pinsent Masons

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