Keeping in touch with your supporters: keeping yourself right with data protecti
Arts & Business Scotland
During this difficult time when so many venues are closed, we are keeping in touch with our audiences, supporters and followers virtually. Of course some events can take place online and as a result you may obtain more contact information and personal data than you usually do, but what can you do with that lawfully? The proper use of personal data is important, not only to ensure compliance with the law but also to maintain the trust of supporters. This session will provide you with an understanding of the law, using practical examples from the sector to bring the topic to life.
About the trainer
Laura Irvine, partner at Davidson Chalmers Stewart LLP is a regular contributor to A&BS events and seminars. She is passionate about data protection, privacy and information law and was part of the only legal team in the UK to have successfully overturned a data breach fine imposed under the Data Protection Act 1998.
Laura advises provides clients across all sectors on how to implement the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018. She wrote the GDPR Guide for the Law Society of Scotland and worked as a subject matter expert on an immersive GDPR training app.
Laura is a director of the Scottish Business Resilience Centre and a co-founder of Protectors of Data Scotland, a MeetUp group of ‘data protection geeks’ with almost 400 members.
- 13:00-16:00, 25th November 2020
- Culture & leisure
- £50 + VAT for Arts & Business Scotland members; £70 + VAT for non-members
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