Introduction to GDPR

You need to ensure that your business is ready to comply with GDPR Law, otherwise you could be at risk of a penalty fine. Don’t put yourself or your business at risk; come along to our 1 hour and a half workshop to find out what the General Data Protection Regulations are, what to do to ensure your compliant and how to avoid pitfalls.

This Session will cover…

  • Understanding the personal data you’re going to use before you go too far
  • What you have
  • Where it really goes
  • Impacts of personal data loss
  • Who’s after it and why?
  • Your responsibilities in a nutshell
  • Simple steps you can take right now
  • Pitfalls to avoid
  • What to do when (not if) you have a data breach

This session includes a 15 minute break and an optional question follow up session after at 2:45pm.

The workshop will be presented by Gerrard Fisher is a certified GDPR practitioner, focused on how to get the right systems in place to comply – balancing the legal obligations with practical actions. Astrid’s mission is to help everyone in small businesses understand why protecting information is important, and how to do it effectively. Astrid’s training courses and Apps help business owners and employees get up to speed on their responsibilities, understand them clearly, then comply with GDPR requirements quickly and at low cost.

This workshop is delivered as part of the South East Midlands Start-up Programme (SEMSUP). The programme is led by Wenta and delivered in collaboration with its partners University of Northampton and University of Bedfordshire. To be eligible to attend this workshop companies must;

  • Be looking to start a business within South East Midlands less than 3 years trading history
  • Be looking to start a social enterprise within the South East Midlands less than 3 years trading history
  • Complete a registration form

We hope that you will take this opportunity to join us at what is sure to be an interesting event.


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Thu May 2021


1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


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