follow link for detail

Data Protection Training

Edinburgh: Foundation
3, 4 & 5 Oct

London: Practitioner
Starts Nov 13

FOI Training
London: Practitioner
Starts Oct 11

Information Security Management Training (CISMP)
London: Foundation
Starts Nov 27

Update: Nov 20
GDPR: Sept 12 & Oct 6
PIA: Dec 12
DP Audit: Dec 14


« Special Branch would have protected Elvis | Main | Data Protection: CRB could stop misuse of irrelevant criminal data in employment vetting »



Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Good analysis - they'll want to delay this because of the high likelihood that the first time the ICO uses his new powers will be against the government, so no point in bringing them in before the election...

I agree with Toby given the outrageous breaches by government. This government seem to think that 'lessons have been learnt' is an adequate response to data abuse. Look at Martin Sixsmith's treatment when trying to apply the Freedom of Information Act.

Toby - that rationale would only hold if you think the same government will be in place after as before the election... if not, it's a perfect poisoned chalice.

The comments to this entry are closed.

All materials on this website are the copyright of Amberhawk Training Limited, except where otherwise stated. If you want to use the information on the blog, all we ask is that you do so in an attributable manner.