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The GDPR defines a personal data breach as “a breach of security leading to the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure, or access to, personal data”. In this webinar, we’ll explore what a data breach is, and the typical protection, investigation and internal reporting procedures agents should have in place. We also consider some examples which will help agents when they are making decisions about whether or not to advise the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) or effective individuals about a data breach.

Course Contents

This webinar will cover the following areas: 

  • Understanding what a personal data breach means under GDPR, and looking at examples of breaches agents might deal with.
  • Helping agent recognise a personal data breach.
  • Considering processes and procedures – do they enable breaches to be detected, investigated and reported?
  • Looking at reporting requirements to the relevant supervisory authority and effected individuals.
  • Record keeping (whether or not reports are made).
  • Understanding consequences of failing to notify.

Intended For

Data protection affects all organisations. All managing agents will be processing personal data, and should have policies, processes and procedures in place. Data breach is one aspect of an agent’s data protection compliance. This webinar is idea for those who have an overall responsibility for data protection in an organisation, and those handling data breaches.


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Members £35.00
Non Members £60.00

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