Records Management for GDPR

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Records Management for GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires better records
management from Data Controllers and Processors. They need to know
what personal data they hold and be able to tell individuals how long
they will keep it for, and how to access it. On this workshop, you will
learn how records management aids compliance with GDPR, FOI and
other laws. Information asset registers, retention schedules, digital
preservation and other aspects of a successful records management
programme will be discussed.


“ Really helpful and affirmative about the problems
we face and the steps to take to achieve greater
success in our records management."
MK, Arts Council England

WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?

  • Tackling information overload
  • Working smarter
  • GDPR and other legal requirements
  • What does the Information
  • Commissioner say about records management?

GOVERNANCE AND
PROMOTION

  • Who should be responsible?
  • RM policies
  • Making records management sexy – or at least a higher priority!

KNOWING WHAT YOU’VE GOT

  • Carrying out a survey
  • Creating and maintaining information asset registers
  • Search engines and tracking technology

CREATING A RETENTION SCHEDULE

  • Developing your retention schedule
  • Applying retention rules
  • Disposing of records securely

RECORD KEEPING SYSTEMS & FILE PLANS

  • What records should be kept?
  • Making sure (the right) records can be retrieved
  • Systems for managing records

PRESERVATION & SECURITY

  • Identifying risks
  • Digital preservation
  • Data security techniques

HELP

  • Useful websites and other resources

 

 

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Start date Location / delivery
09 Sep 2019 London Book now
23 Sep 2019 Manchester Book now
13 Nov 2019 London Book now

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