Events

Here are our upcoming events. Once timing/venue has been finalised for each individual event, you will be able to register your place.

Subject Content Speakers Date Location Book your Place
Data Mapping / Registers Information you hold – the GDPR requires organisations to maintain records of all processing activities and the legal bases for processing such data. It is important for organisations to review the data you have, where this came from, how long you have had it and the legal basis for processing.

You can view the slides from this seminar here.

David Carney, PwC

 

22nd Feb Pomme d’Or Hotel  Book
Role of the Data Protection Officer (DPO) (DPO’S) – organisations should evaluate whether they require appointing a DPO under the GDPR. If you would like more information on this, please read our blog or read the Article 29 Working Party guidance.

You can view the slides from this seminar here.

Paul Vane, Office of the Information Commissioner 28th Feb Intertrust  Book
Rights, DSARS, RTBF The (Data) Rights of Man
GDPR defines 8 rights for individuals including the ‘right of access’ and the so-called ‘right to be forgotten’. This session examines each of the 8 rights in detail to give you a thorough understanding of how they will each impact your business and provide some clear actions you can take to help your business be compliant with them.You can view the slides from this seminar here.
Damon Greber, BDO

Phil Ruelle, BDO

8th Mar Royal Yacht Hotel  Book
GDPR and Cyber Essentials, shaken not stirred Come and raise any questions you have around GDPR and Cyber Essentials.

You can view the slides from this seminar here.

David Carney, PwC
Stephanie Luce, Hawksford
Huw Thomas, Carey Olsen
Ronnie Isherwood, JE3.COM
14th Mar (18:00 – 19:30) Barclays Eagle Lab, Jersey Library Book
Data Protection from First Principles – Justifying your Data Processing The GDPR (and the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018) requires all processing to satisfy at least one of a number of preconditions – one of which is consent. This session will look at the different ways in which data processing can be justified and will have a particular focus on the use (and misuse) of consent in marketing scenarios.

You can view the slides from this seminar here.

Huw Thomas, Carey Olsen 16th Mar Intertrust Book
Digital Transformation & GDPR Maintaining Compliance in a World of Constant Change
Becoming compliant with GDPR is only the first step. Once you achieve compliance, you need to maintain it as your business evolves and the regulations governing it change. This seminar looks at concepts of ‘privacy by design’ and ‘privacy by default’  and provides you with practical advice for keeping your compliance constant in a world of perpetual change.
You can view the slides from this seminar here.
Mary Frawley, BDO

 

23rd Mar Royal Yacht Hotel Book
Contracts and Liabilities between controllers and processors Workshop to discuss the process of reviewing contracts in particular key clauses to include in contracts between data processors and data controllers Huw Thomas, Carey Olsen
Stephanie Luce, Hawksford
David Carney, PwC
26th Mar PwC Book
The Shape of Data This workshop will provide J.DPA members an unique opportunity to glimpse through the looking glass into the world of storage, infrastructure, databases and files. From the mainframes to devices and cloud services  we will demystify and simplify all the technical jargon to raise awareness of the many challenges faced by our data guardians (the IT folks).

Chatham house rules apply

Ronnie Isherwood, JE3.COM
Guest Speaker, TBC
TBC TBC
Privacy Notices Communicating privacy information – organisations should review their privacy notices and put a plan in place to make the necessary amendments to ensure GDPR compliance. The ICO has developed a code of practice for Privacy notices which organisations can use to ensure GDPR compliance. Huw Thomas, Carey Olsen Postponed, date TBC    
Data Breaches Data breaches – in certain circumstances organisations will only have 72 hours from discovery of a breach to notify the relevant data protection authority of the breach. Organisations will also have the obligation, in certain circumstances, to notify data subjects directly if the data breach is likely to result in high risk to their personal data.

Chatham house rules apply

You can view the slides from this seminar here.

Paul Vane, Office of the Information Commissioner
Davida Blackmore, Callington Chambers
Andre Gorvel, JE3.COM
26th Apr  Town Hall
(Assembly Room)
 Book
EU reps and operating internationally The presentation will address common questions about the role of the Article 27 GDPR representative, including: when does the GDPR say that a business might need to appoint one? What might the representative need to do? What might they be liable for? Are there any risks with making an appointment and when will further guidance be available?

You can view the slides from this seminar here.

Matt Berry, Jersey Law Officers Department 8th May  Intertrust  Book
Cross border transfers, data processing agreements   7th– 11th May