Tuesday 24 April 2018

General Data Protection Regulation in Student Accommodation

A half day event providing information and advice on the upcoming changes to the General Data Protection Regulation.

Suitable for: All accommodation providers who wish to understand the changes to GDPR that will be implicated on 25th May 2018

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Agenda

9.30am - 9.45am Registration (tea and coffee)

9.45am - 10.05am Introduction of Delegates and Issues to Be Raised

Sessions Led by Hilary Crook, Solicitor, Hatch Legal

10.05am - 10.20am Brief History of Data Protection in the UK: Where we are now and how we got here. How globalisation, social media, bots and other developments are affecting the way we function

10.20pm - 11.15am The New Law Part 1:  Data Subject Access Rights in student accommodation including:
. >  The need for meaningful consent;
. >  Self-reporting of data protection breaches;
. >  Answers to where and why personal data is being processed;
. >  The right to be forgotten
. >  Data portability

11.15am - 11.30am Break (tea and coffee available)

11.30am – 12.25 pm The New Law Part 2: Organisational changes, including the data protection officer; design of systems and procedures and cultural change.  Does new EU law mean Br-exit or Brit-in?  The £20 million question: do we have to comply … and what could happen if we don’t? 

12.25pm - 12.45pm Questions and Discussion

12.45pm Ends

Synopsis

Speaker

Hilary Crook, Solicitor, Hatch Legal

Hilary Crook is one of Unipol's regular panel of trainers. She is a practising solicitor and has over 20 years’ experience of advising universities and colleges on their property assets and student relationship management. She has won several awards for her work. More than 60 universities and student housing organisations have come to her for advice and training since she formed Hatch Legal in 2007.

 

 

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