GDPR: where are we now? data protection law webinar
GDPR: where are we now? data protection law webinar – reviewing the impact of 2018 EU and UK legislation on businesses and their insurers. How is the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) responding? Find out more: https://www.blmlaw.com/expertise/data-protection.
At the time that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA) came into force they were heralded as pieces of legislation that would change the way in which we all lived and worked. The prospect of group actions and vast fines caused great concern. During this session we look at how businesses have reacted to the new regime, the incidents and claims that have arisen since May 2018, and take stock of the most relevant judgments since then.
By watching this webinar you will gain a greater appreciation of:
– The most recent guidance and good practice from the Information Commissioner’s Office
– How the courts are treating the GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018
– How the claimant legal market is responding to the new legislation and what this means for you as a business
– The types of incident that can generate claims and the trends and patterns that we are seeing in the claims that are being pursued
The session is presented by our specialist technology and media partners:
Tim Smith, partner and head of TMT & Cyber practice group
Nick Gibbons, partner
00:00 – Introduction: GDPR key requirements, the Information Commissioner’s objectives, key concerns for risk managers and insurers before GDPR
04:17 – GDPR in reality: what has actually happened since May 2018
11:50 – The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO): guidance and fines
24:45 – The approach of the courts
BLM’s reporting on the Morrisons vicarious liability case:
Detailed analysis (PDF)
41:38 – How does all of this impact on incident handling?
48:46 – What are we seeing on the claims front?
55:48 – Issues for risk managers and insurers to think about
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