GDPR Seminar - 3 months to go

15th January 2018

Wake Smith Solicitors Limited Data Protection : GDPR compliance Tuesday 6th March 2018 8:00am - 10:30am £25.

00 inc VAT per person The Data Protection Seminar will review: Refresher / Overview - 3 months to go Self audits Privacy notices Accountability & governance 8:00 - 8:30am      Registration & Breakfast 8:30 - 10:30am    Presentations, workshop & Q&A 10:30am                 Close Please click here to view the full invitation. The presentation will include a group workshop session designed to be informal but to provide practical help with the topics covered. As with all seminars, there will be an opportunity to informally discuss any issues with our speaker(s) and network with other professionals. If you are unable to attend or know of anyone who will be interested in our event please pass on this invitation. Places are limited so book your place as soon as possible by emailing Bridie Mulgrew at or call us on 0114 266 6660.  

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