The 25th May has been and gone. Are you fully GDPR compliant?

Tags: Seminar, Seminar, GDPR

Are there aspects you still need assistance with?  Have you even started your data audit?  Don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone.  SCE Solicitors can help you get up to speed.

The new data rules are a positive move which aims to put individuals in control over who holds their personal data, why and for how long. 

  

Understand your obligations as a business owner and an employer

The course has been divided into two parts to provide benefit to both those who wish to receive an overview and for those who want to understand the impact for dealing with issues surrounding employees, workplaces and business issues.

The morning session will be run by Will Roebuck and will concentrate on cyber risk and how GDPR will impact all businesses and their cyber security.

Will Roebuck is our guest speaker from E Radar and is a Cyber Business & Risk Professional.

The afternoon session will be run by Richard Newstead and will focus on the implications of GDPR on employers and business workplace issues generally.

Richard Newstead is an employment and litigation lawyer with extensive experience. He acts for commercial clients throughout the North of England advising on a variety of employment and litigation matters and is renowned with his clients for his straight forward no-nonsense approach.

The seminar, brought to you by SCE Solicitors, E Radar and Sayers Solutions, will be held at St Phillips Chambers in Leeds on 16th July between 10am – 4.30pm.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided for delegates, so please advise us if you have dietary requirements when booking your ticket.

Tickets cost £95 per person and can be purchased via Eventbrite – https://sceandgdpr.eventbrite.com

Spaces are limited, and booking is essential.

Book your ticket now!

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