The personal data you hold is a major resource of key importance to your organisation. It is vital you get its governance under tight control in light of the changing legal and regulatory landscape and increased media scrutiny. This seminar will help you understand the issues and how your governance can be improved
Who should come to the seminar?
This is a non-technical seminar aimed at senior managers and trustees in charities and social enterprises who are concerned with data governance.
The seminar will cover the following…
• Data Protection in a Changing Regulatory Regime
This session will cover the increasingly strict regulatory regime for organisations governing how they use personal data. It will include recent changes in fundraising regulation as well as the new data protection requirements that will be brought in by the forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation, as well as the likely impact of Brexit on this legislation.
• The Impact of a More Innovative Approach to NHS IT Projects
A case study on how changes to NHS England’s patient database management and record keeping have had a hugely positive impact on its data management and patient care.
• Cyber Risk and Risk Management
What is “cyber risk”? What can you do to mitigate the risk? What insurance cover is available? What is worth having?
• Complying with data governance at sensitive times
We engage with service users at very sensitive, often highly emotional times and we might be the fourth or fifth agency asking them for information. This session will explain the issues we face and the data governance challenges of working with those agencies to reduce duplication.
Hannah is an Associate Solicitor in the Charity and Social Enterprise Department at Bates Wells Braithwaite. She advises charities and not-for-profits on a wide range of legal issues and has particular expertise in data protection and fundraising law and regulation.
Peter is the Integrated Digital Care Record Programme Manager at NHS England. He led the NHS Open Source & Code4Health initiatives aiming to create a self-sustaining eco system of clinically led open digital solutions for the care community.
Nick is a founder and director of CaSE. He has over 35 years’ experience in the insurance industry as a broker at Heath Lambert, Alexander Howden, Aon and Willis.
Kathryn McInnes has been in health and social care for 20 years, initially as a front line support worker and now as National Lead Manager for Quality and Projects at the Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity which supports families with children who are life threatened or terminally ill.
Continuous Professional Development
Delegates will receive a certificate for 2 hours CPD.
The seminar costs £25 plus VAT. The event is being sponsored by CaSE Insurance who will fund its costs and the cost of the reception afterwards. CaSE will donate all delegate fees to the Stephen Lloyd Awards (www.stephenlloydawards.org) in memory of Stephen Lloyd, the founder of CaSE Insurance and head of the Charity & Social Enterprise Team at BWB.
Registration opens at 3.30pm. The event will run from 4pm to 6pm with drinks and networking afterwards.