What is it?
- The best value Data protection Audit and Compliance workshop around.
- No expensive consultants
- No long time-consuming attempts at reinventing the wheel
- No pain for something that does not increase your bottom line.
This Workshop provides you with templates, policies and method for you to organize your own business to become compliant with Data Protection and the new GDPR.
Since June 2017, the templates we provide you during the seminar have been sold in 56 countries worldwide to small, medium and large organisations, which cover a vast range of industries including councils and government offices, logistics, education, healthcare authorities and organisations, software and cloud service providers, legal departments, manufacturers, retailers, financial services, charities and more.
Why should you care?
Because its compulsory to be compliant! The New Data Protection Act 2017 is now active since the 15th January 2018. If found guilty, there is a risk of criminal liability, fines and imprisonment for breaches!
What do you get?
- Peace of mind
- Training from experts
- A proven method to audit your business
- Proven policies and templates
- Proven results!
DAY 1 – Awareness training
Day 1 introduces you to the law of Data Protection – what it means, the main principles, how it affects you and your business, and what you should know about it from a practical standpoint.
You should be able to assess:
- The main principles of Data Protection
- Employee rights
- The rights of the business
Day 2 – The Audit and Compliance Program
Day 2 helps you prepare your organization for GDPR and Data Protection compliance using a toolkit and training on how to deploy it. The system works as much for small businesses and large ones. We present it in laymen’s terms. There no replacement for seeking your own legal advice, and you should obtain these before taking key decisions, but we provide a template you can consider and use.
Who should attend:
All Data protection Compliance officers, HR personnel and IT personnel as well as management key person planning to be compliant with GDPR and the new legislation.
From our blog
The new Data Protection Act is operational and has been proclaimed since 15th January 2018. It’s here. It’s compulsory. And there is a criminal offence for directors if companies do not comply.
|08:30 – 09:00||REGISTRATION|
|09:00 – 09:30||OVERVIEW OF PRIVACY PRINCIPLES AT WORK AND DATA PROTECTION|
• Privacy principles
• Privacy at work
• Data protection examples
• The Data Protection Commission
• The Tribunal
|09:30 – 10:15||THE NEW DATA PROTECTION ACT 2017|
• Does it apply to you?
• Right to silence vs duty to give information
• Powers of the Commissioner
• Registering with the Commissioner
|10:15 – 11:00||THE DATA PRINCIPLES|
– Fair and lawful
– Adequate and relevant
– Accurate and access to amend
– Sufficient – not more than required
– Legally processed
|11:00 – 11:15||TEA BREAK|
|11:15 – 12:00||DUTIES OF CONTROLLERS AND PROCESSORS|
– Data Security
– Records of processing
– Prior authorisation
– DPA officer
|12:00 – 12:30||DATA COLLECTION AND LAWFUL PROCESSING|
• How to proceed
|12:30 – 13:30||LUNCH|
|13:30 – 14:00||DATA PROTECTION AND EMPLOYEES|
• Obligation of employers
• Data subject request
• How far can you monitor or watch your employees?
|14:00 – 14:30||RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECTS|
• Automated decisions
• Rectification, Erasure, restrictions of processing
• Right to object
|14:30 – 15:00||MANAGING DATA BREACHES|
• Protection measures
• Crisis management
• Mitigation of risks
• Dealing with the Commission
|15:00 – 15:30||TRANSFER OF DATA OUTSIDE MAURITIUS|
• Interaction with the commission
• Making a case
• Contracts and agreements
|15:30 – 15:45||TEA BREAK|
|15:45 – 16:15||IMPACT ASSESSMENT TESTS|
• The principles
• The process
|16:15 – 16:30||QUESTIONS & CLOSE|
|08:30 – 09:00||REGISTRATION|
|09:00 – 09:40||THE DIY AUDIT AND COMPLIANCE PROJECT|
• The Project
• The templates and how the system works
• The Plan
• The Deliverables – Policies, Use, training and review
|09:40 – 10:10||PRE-INITIATION|
• Senior Management Buy in
• Selecting the team
• Planning scope and costs
• Links to departments
• Training and awareness
|10:10 – 10:40||PERSONAL DATA MAPPING|
• Organisation wide data mapping
• Preparing Data flow diagrams
• Establishing the – “Why, How, for what and how long” – of collected data
• Your Privacy and DP policies
• Document retention
• Notice procedures
• Consent planning
|11:10 – 11:25||TEA BREAK|
|11:25 – 12:00||RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECTS|
• Your Policy
• Data subject request procedure
• Keeping records
|12:00 – 12:30||CONTROLLERS AND PROCESSORS|
• Planning the interaction
• Updating contracts
• Processor issues and notification
• Confidentiality of employees
|12:30 – 13:30||LUNCH|
|13:30 – 14:00||DATA PROTECTION IMPACT ASSESSMENTS|
• The Impact assessment process
• Questionnaire and workbooks
|14:00 – 14:30||PERSONAL DATA BREACHES|
• Define how you will handle personal data breaches
• Test your procedures
• Start to notify as appropriate
|14:30 – 15:00||REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL TRANSFERS|
• Do you transfer internationally
• Put the appropriate safeguards in place
|15:00 – 15:15||TEA BREAK|
|15:15 – 16:00||DEMONSTRATING COMPLIANCE|
• Record of processing
• Compliance evidence
|16:00 – 16:30||QUESTIONS AND CLOSING|
Sanjeev Ghurburrun has an LLB from the University of Birmingham, and was called to the Bar in Mauritius since 1995. Sanjeev has assisted clients to make representations to the Competition Commission and worked on the creation of the rules of the Competition Commission as part of a World Bank Exercise. He has successfully handled complex merger clearances, cartel defences and abuse of monopoly claims.
Ashwina Pittea – Barrister
Ashwina Pittea called to the Mauritian bar in January 2013, after being ranked first at the vocational examination for barristers held by the Council of Legal Education. She is also an Associate of the Association of Arbitrators (Southern Africa). Since 2013, Ashwina has acted in cases which involve different areas of law and has considerable experience of the spectrum of disputes relating to commercial and corporate law.
Parking : Free parking slots are available at Marina Quay in Caudan Waterfront. Get your parking ticket stamped at the Hotel reception after the seminar.
Fee per participant : Rs 50,000 for the 2-day workshop. A special fee of RS 35,000 applies to any additional delegate sent by the same company.
This seminar is MQA approved and is refundable by the HRDC.
The fee includes the course material and refreshments. Payments can be made by cheque or bank transfer. In both cases, an invoice will be sent to you shortly after your registration.
For more information contact
Bryan Doorgaya firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +230 210 3838 – Fax: +230 210 3912
Have questions? Our team is here to help. Call (+230) 2103838 – Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm MUT.