Data Protection Seminar

Free seminar: Be Prepared: major changes to Data Protection are on the horizon

In the next 2 years, any personal data that you collect, process and retain will be subject to new legislation.  The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will place greater compliance obligations on businesses and give individuals more rights.  But more importantly, if you fail to comply you could be liable for fines of up to 4% of your company’s global turnover!

Find out more at this free seminar by BHBPA member law firm, RB:
Date:     28 April
Time:    9-10am with coffee and bacon rolls from 8.30am
Venue: Rawlison Butler LLP, Griffin House, 135 High Street, Crawley, RH10 1DQ

Think this will not apply to your business? – it will.
Think you don’t need to worry about it now? – you do.

For example: if you

  • keep personal data about customers and potential customers
  • have a website that collects personal data (eg via an enquiry form or subscribing to newsletters)
  • have companies based outside the EU that offer services to people in the EU
  • act as a data processor

Changes coming under the GDPR could affect how you collect, process and retain personal data – relying on consent may not be an option.  The aim of this free seminar is to give you a practical view of the fundamentals of the GDPR which are due to be adopted in Spring 2016.

To book your place at the free seminar, click here.

For more information about the content of the seminar, please contact Lisa Downs on +44 (0)1293 558593.

Diane Belford
Head of Business Development
For and on behalf of Rawlison Butler LLP
T +44 (0)1293 558538

M +44 (0)7768 538148

www.rawlisonbutler.com

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