Free webinar: Getting started with data protection: what every business needs to know

This webinar will take a simple look at some of the practical measures a business needs to put in place to help them comply with their UK GDPR obligations. 

All businesses collect and use personal data. This may be data about your customers and clients, suppliers or staff. This means you have a legal duty to comply with data protection laws.  Getting data protection right makes good business sense.  You can benefit from improving your reputation as people trust you with their personal data.  Getting data protection wrong can cause distress and damage to people, cost you money and open the door to the ICO investigating you.

This webinar will help you understand how to comply with data protection laws in a simple and easy way, explain the process of data collection and disposal, and explain the rights individuals have when it comes to processing their personal data.

In this webinar, you will understand: 
  • the basics of data protection law
  • what some key GDPR compliance areas are
  • how to implement some practical GDPR measures within your business
  • why it’s important to put data protection at the heart of your business

Speakers and partners

Samantha Dunwell

Samantha has nearly 20 years’ experience working in the data protection profession both in the public, private and charity sectors.  She founded Dunwell Data Protection in 2016 after spending many years working as a Data Protection Officer within Government.  Samantha now provides a wide range of outsourced data protection services to businesses including start ups, SMEs and Large Multi-nationals. Samantha is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

Samantha’s mission is to simplify the complexities of data protection law so that businesses can easily understand what they need to do to comply with it.  She prides herself on providing excellent services in a friendly and supportive manner.  She has seen data protection law considerably evolve, in particular with the introduction of GDPR.  Samantha’s knowledge not only covers UK domestic data protection laws, but those across Europe and worldwide