Under GDPR, you need an approved ‘condition for processing’ for every data processing activity, but you don’t always need to seek consent. With just a week until GDPR comes into force, Director of Course Development Nick Henderson and Director of Best Practice Gary Yantin hosted another webinar to take a deep dive into understanding the conditions for processing data which underpin all uses of personal data.
The webinar covered:
- When do we need consent and when do we not?
- How to rely on legitimate interest
- Data processing scenarios
- Answering your questions on the topic
Thursday 24 May, 10am – 5pm UK time
In the leadup to the General Data Protection Regulation coming into force on 25 May, VinciWorks has hosted a number of webinars to help businesses prepare for the EU-wide law. To mark one day before GDPR comes into force, VinciWorks will be hosting a full-day live webcast to answer questions, interview experts and review the changes to data protection law under GDPR.
The preliminary schedule includes:
- Live Q&A with Director of Course Development Nick Henderson
- Interviews with GDPR experts and leading firms, including Richard Nevinson from the Information Commissioner’s Office
- Summaries of in-depth GDPR guidance and walkthroughs
By registering you will be able to join the webinar at any point during the day by clicking on the “Join Webinar” button in your confirmation email.
While the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU-wide regulation, its reach is global. Facebook, for example, look like they will be complying with GDPR following Mark Zuckerberg’s hearing and mixed reports on whether the social media platform will comply on a global scale. EU-based businesses with offices in the US will need to ensure they comply with GDPR. VinciWorks’ course, GDPR: An American Perspective, allows businesses to train their staff based in the US on GDPR from the perspective of an American.
Over the weeks leading up to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force, VinciWorks has hosted a number of webinars on the topic, answering hundreds of questions in the process. You can get instant access to all our GDPR webinar recordings by clicking on the links below.
GDPR – Data Protection Impact Assessments
During this webinar, Nick guided listeners through the process of conducting a DPIA. He also answered questions on the topic of DPIAs and gave guidance on next steps to those who have already begun the process.
The Bribery Act 2010 defines bribery in a very broad way, namely as a gift or donation intended to “induce a person to perform improperly, a relevant function or activity”. When it comes to any compliance matter, it is important to install a culture whereby all staff feel comfortable raising any concerns they may have, be it regarding the actions of a client, a colleague or a member of the management team. VinciWorks has therefore created a bribery whistleblowing policy template that can easily be edited to suit your organisation and include the appropriate contact people.
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Hundreds of firms have download VinciWorks’ free tools for AML compliance
Does your organisation have everything in place to ensure it is complying with the Money Laundering Regulations 2017? Do you have the latest policies and anti-money laundering training in place? VinciWorks’ anti-money laundering resource page provides helpful tools that can be used by entire organisations to help ensure compliance.
The resource page includes:
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With GDPR day less than a month away, Director of Course Development Nick Henderson continued to help organisations prepare for the new EU wide regulation. During the webinar, Nick guided listeners through the process of conducting a DPIA. He also answered questions on the topic of DPIAs and gave guidance on next steps to those who have already begun the process.
The webinar covered:
- The seven steps of conducting a DPIA
- The suggested DPIA timeline
- What to do if you haven’t yet started conducting your DPIAs
- Who should be responsible for conducting and monitoring DPIAs
- Shared tips from attendees
- 55% of attendees said they haven’t consulted externally on their DPIA while 27% said they have and 8% said they haven’t but they should have done
- Biometric and genetic data are now special categories of data under GDPR and are required to be included in a DPIA
- It is important to act on the recommendations of the DPIA and often are required to share findings with a third party, such as the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
- Only 4% of attendees have conducted a DPIA on everything while 30% are planning to begin the process soon
Amendment to the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill
On 1 May, Foreign Office minister Alan Duncan announced that the government would not oppose a Labour amendment to the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill currently going through parliament that will introduce public ownership registers in Britain’s overseas territories.
The 14 overseas territories, including the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands, will be forced to introduce the public registers by 2020 or have them imposed by the UK government. The amendment will not apply to the Crown Dependencies of Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man as Parliament cannot legislate for them, but Conservative MP Andrew Mitchell who introduced the amendment along with Labour MP Margaret Hodge hoped the crown dependencies would also embrace the registers.
Tens of thousands of businesses have used VinciWorks’ GDPR resources to ensure their policies and training are up-to-date
Is your organisation ready for the EU-wide General Data Protection Regulation which comes into force on 25 May? What still needs to be done to prepare? VinciWorks has created a helpful resource page that containing GDPR compliance tools, course demos, policy templates and more.
The resource page includes:
- Course demos of all the training included in the GDPR training suite
- Knowledge checks to test staff’s knowledge of the changes to data protection regulation under GDPR
- Online guides, including the VinciWorks guide to GDPR
- Downloadable and editable GDPR related policy templates
- On-demand GDPR webinars
- Helpful articles on GDPR compliance
View the GDPR resource page
The Fifth Money Laundering Directive has been passed. Here’s what you need to know
The Fourth Money Laundering Directive may have only just been implemented into national laws around the EU, but on 19 April 2018, the European Parliament announced it had adopted the Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive. EU members will have 18 months to transpose the Fifth Directive into national law. However, some countries have already done so.