ADPP runs networking events where we can raise subjects and discuss issues amongst our peers. All events are held under Chatham House Rule.
Our inaugural event in Leeds will take place July 9th 2020
It will start with a panel discussion followed by a drinks and canapes networking reception where we can continue the discussion on the following topics (and others)
Does a DPO need to be a Lawyer?
How to win hearts and minds of all colleagues? Winning hearts and Minds of colleagues and addressing the "I hate GDPR/ It stops me doing my job" complaint!
We discuss how many of our members and speakers have addressed the issues relating to company culture and attitude towards GDPR - how did you achieve acceptance?
Are you still struggling for attention / budget / buy in from your colleagues?
We will review actual case studies to see how these others have succeeded. With some ideas on approach and tactics
Panel to be chaired by Carol Tullo, OBE, LLB
Carol Tullo, OBE, LLB
Senior Consultant, The Trust Bridge
Carol has extensive experience in all aspects of data and information handling and management in government overseeing the shift to digital. She also has expertise in the legal regulation of intellectual property, Crown copyright and database rights, information accessibility, standards and compliance across private and public sectors rooted in executive responsibility for government information management, legislation and its assurance and security.
Data Protection Officer, Morrisons plc
Kelly has great experience as DPO for Morrisons the supermarket, in the charity sector with NSPCC and the healthcare sector at BUPA
Sponsored by The Compliance Space https://www.thecompliancespace.com/ and Womble Bond Dickinson