On the 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulations come into force and the new rules bring substantial additional obligations for organisations.
With large fines up to 4% of turnover or €20 million liable, non-compliance is a risk that housing associations cannot afford to take. This timely new conference will clarify the specific implications of GDPR for housing associations and look in-depth at how to overcome the challenges of delivering GDPR in housing.
Join Paula Tighe, Information Governance Director, Wright Hassall for a session on "Interpreting GDPR for housing"
- Making your way through the maze - 10 easy steps to compliance and mitigating risk
- Developing technical and organisational measures to demonstrate compliance with GDPR
- Delivering data protection by design and by default
- Data privacy impact assessments – what they are and how to do them
- Understanding the legal basis for processing in housing – consent is dead, long live
- legitimate interests
- Are you a data processor, what are your liabilities?
- Supplier management - Updating contractual terms with outsourced data processors to ensure
- compliance with GDPR
- How to undertake a personal data audit, what resource is needed and how to establish the
- legal basis for processing
- Understanding changes to data retention and exploring likely legal grounds for retention of particular data that housing associations commonly require