The GDPR law changes surround the public data that organisations hold and what they do with that data and will impact the museums and heritage sector. Whether you hold a mailing list of only 50 people or simply store a list of your donors, you will need to make sure that you are adhering to these new guidelines or a penalty fine could be applied.

To help you work out how the changes will affect your organisation, Advisor will be running the following FREE webinar:

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Cultural Heritage Organisations – what you need to know, 

Thursday 30 November

10.30am – 11.15am

We are very fortunate to have Richard Sisson, Senior Policy Officer, Policy and Engagement (Private and Third Sector) at the Information Commissioner’s Office and Naomi Korn, data expert and consultant running this webinar with us and they will be able to answer all of your questions and queries.

The webinar will cover:

– The Data protection Act – what it is and why it is in place. Did you know it is a legal requirement? Are you complying? Did you know Accreditation is reliant upon compliance of this?

– GDPR and what implications this will have on the already existing Data Protection Act

– Compliance framework

– 12 steps from the ICO on how to comply

– Do you need a Data Protection Officer?

– Simple ways to embed good data protection procedures into your working environment eg in your HR policy and your Social Media policy.

To register to join us for this free webinar simply Book your Place by e-mailing us. You will be sent all the details regarding accessing the webinar in the week leading up to the event. Please do feel free to include any specific questions you may have about this legislation and what impacts it might have on you. These queries can be anonymous if required.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any problems completing the form or if you have any questions.

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Webinar Registration

To register to join us for this free webinar simply Book your Place. You will be sent all the details regarding accessing the webinar in the week leading up to the event. Please do feel free to include any specific questions you may have about this legislation and what impacts it might have on you. These queries can be anonymous if required.

If you have any questions or have any problems completing the form please do not hesitate to get in touch.