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Data protection, information security and cake

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14:00 Tuesday 24th May 2022

The King's Fund, 11 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0AN

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It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost 4 years now since the ‘General Data Protection Regulation’ (GDPR) took effect in 2018. So much has happened since then – the UK left the EU, Covid happened and we went into lockdown with video calls and working from home suddenly becoming commonplace. People and organisations are adaptable; circumstances change and yet we find ways of carrying on. We’ve seen huge changes taking place in recent years and months, often simply because of necessity – whether related to everyday ways of working, the ways that projects are resourced and managed, our attention and priorities, or our use of technology. 
 
The sudden uptake of people working from home has inevitably had consequences for data protection. ‘GDPR day’ was some time ago – and a lot of work was done in the run-up to that point – but have organisations maintained their standards or have things slipped as attention has understandably been diverted elsewhere? Then there are the new ways of working – including a mass switch to new collaboration and information-sharing tools, and in many instances the use of home wi-fi and even personal devices – which can (and often have) introduced cyber-security risks. Meanwhile, criminal gangs have become busier than ever, as demonstrated by a surge in cyber attacks during lockdown. 
 
In this session we will discuss the data protection and information security risks that have become more prevalent during recent times, the areas where organisations should now be focusing their attention, and the measures that should be taken to ensure that your organisation’s data remains safe, secure and managed in accordance with good practice. 
 
The programme
 

14.00

Arrivals and welcome

Paul Sypko - Adapta Consulting
Welcome to the event, introductions and overview of the agenda for the afternoon.

14:10

 

What’s new? An overview of emerging information security and data protection risks
This will include examples of new and emerging risks, in relation to organisational processes and controls as well as technology, and the impact it can have on an organisation. 

The Data Protection Act
An overview of key requirements of the Data Protection Act and the areas that organisations commonly miss.

15:00

Case studies

Short stories from charity speakers
Short practical case studies from speakers who have implemented effective data protection and information security strategies within their organisation – including the challenges they encountered along the way...and how these were overcome.

15:45

Discussion and feedback

All
A round table discussion and feedback.

16.30 - 17.00

Review and close

Paul Sypko - Adapta Consulting


Who should attend this event?
The session will draw on case studies from the sector and the subsequent discussion will cross the traditional departmental boundaries; so senior managers have been invited from finance, HR, fundraising, marketing and communications disciplines as well as those with information systems responsibilities.
 
Attendance at each event earns 3 CPD points.
 
To make a booking:
Attendance at this event is free and only open to charities and non-profit organisations. Complete the online booking form here.

The King's Fund, 11 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0AN

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