The Journey Continues
GDPR & Data Protection Act 2018
It’s been a busy few months preparing for and celebrating the enforcement of both sets of legislation. Why both? Well if you are a UK entity then they need to be used side by side from now on.
The journey continues for compliance, not least the requirement to ensure the technical and organisational measures are in place to keep personal data secure and of course training staff.
Over the next couple of months the training modules should be ready to assist anyone looking to start up a business or who is in the first few months of trading that perhaps forgot or left data protection and privacy for a ‘rainy day’.
It’s much easier to setup from the beginning to incorporate this important topic than to back-flush compliance into exisiting systems and processes, so please don’t necessarily wait for the rain to start.
All training is in a relaxed atmosphere, at your pace. There’s always plenty of opportunities to ask questions.
What People Are Saying About eNaycH Training
Educational & Employment
What a star you are!! Thank you for stepping up and supporting the Academy Trust event yesterday.
It is really valuable to have guest speakers from private industry presenting to students. Especially highlighting issues that they may not think about in every day activity.
You did a great job – it’s not easy and I really appreciate your time and effort.
I have known Nigel for number of years and we chose him (thankfully) to be our data protection and GDPR advisor,
I say thankfully as he has made a huge difference.
You are amazing, thank you so much for this and for your time yesterday.
I really have learnt so much from the two meetings we have had.
I am learning more an more everyday and you are defiantly helping me. So again thank you.
Many thanks again for Friday and thanks for all that you did in helping out.
I think although a lot of the staff were frazzled by the end of it they found it really useful and really appreciated how you delivered the training.
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