Does your organisation have an audit trail regarding how you comply with Data Protection principles?Posted in : NI on 15 April 2020
Laura Gillespie, Partner at Pinsent Masons LLP discusses the importance of accountability in data protection, advising employers that they should have an audit trail regarding how your organisation complies with data protection principles when employees are working from home during these challenging times.
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If you liked this video, check out the other three videos in this series:
- How has the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) responded to Covid-19?
- Incident Reporting and Data Privacy During Covid-19
- How can employers help prevent phishing attacks during Covid-19
With most organisations suddenly having remote working thrust upon them, what are you doing to protect your employees, customers and reputation? Compliance around data and data protection for remote workers is very important. This is why we created a 30-minute course to protect you and your organisation.
Check out Legal Island's Protecting Data when Home Working in Great Britain eLearning course, specifically designed to help ou train your employees quickly and cost-effectively.
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