The posters cover some of the most common mistakes seen, including sending information to the wrong recipient, leaving work documents in public view or not appropriately disposing of information. The posters are available to use within your organisation, and can Would you like to know more?
Half of schools are not yet ready to meet their legal duty to appoint a data protection officer, although the deadline for an appointment is fast approaching. New research by The Key, seen exclusively by Schools Week, asked headteachers who Would you like to know more?
Posts in this seriesINCIDENT: #9115 – SOLUS 3 – Tolerance not metSIMS 2018 Spring ReleaseThe SIMS 7.180 and FMS 6.180 Spring release is available. Please note, for Capita Hosted schools, the upgrade will be carried out during the weekend commencing Would you like to know more?
Use these checklists to assess your compliance with data protection law and find out what you need to do to make sure you are keeping people’s personal data secure. This self-assessment toolkit has been created with small organisations in mind. Would you like to know more?
Confusion is arising regarding which of the 100s of suppliers used by a school should become part of a data audit under GDPR. There are 2 steps to establish this. Step 1 Identify all suppliers in school Step 2 From Would you like to know more?
One of the most prominent areas of change for organisations looking to get into shape for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been the need for some organisations (or groups of organisations) to appoint a Data Protection Officer (DPO) depending Would you like to know more?
iPublished under the ‘Open Government Licence for public sector information”. https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/version/3/ Via: https://teaching.blog.gov.uk/2017/10/24/general-data-protection-regulation-evolution-or-revolution-for-schools/ Like the DfE, many schools are increasingly talking about General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – the beefing up of data protection, which will be written into law Would you like to know more?
Britons could obtain more control over what happens to personal information under proposals outlined by the government. Citizens will be able to ask for personal data, or information posted when they were children, to be deleted. The proposals are part Would you like to know more?
A staggering 25 per cent of businesses are purportedly still not aware of the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) according to Brodies. A frightening figure. Even more worrying when 28 per cent of respondents to the same survey confess Would you like to know more?