In this episode, our seasoned hosts Phil Brining, Jasmine Harrison, and Joe Kirk will dive deep into the recently unveiled Data Privacy Framework (DPF) UK extension. This framework is set to make waves as it comes into effect on Thursday, October 12th, 2023.
What to Expect:
In-Depth Insights: Our experts will provide in-depth insights into the DPF UK extension, explaining its implications for businesses and data protection practitioners alike.
Live Q&A: Got burning questions about the framework? Our hosts will be taking your questions live and providing expert answers.
Interactive Discussion: While the DPF UK extension takes centre stage, we won’t leave out the other pressing news in the world of data protection. Join the conversation, share your thoughts, and stay updated on the latest developments.
Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of the Data Privacy Framework and its impact. Whether you’re a seasoned data protection pro or just dipping your toes into this critical field, this episode is tailored for you.
13th October 2023
12:30PM - 13:30PM
To register for our upcoming episode of the Data Protection Made Easy podcast you can fill our the form to the rights and let us know what episode has caught your attention.
You can either request to join a specific discussion or you can request to subscribe and benefit from weekly invites to thoughtful and insightful discussions.
For those who prefer to listen offline, the episode will be available for streaming and download after the live broadcast. You can find every episode of our podcast on Spotify by searching for 'Data Protection Made Easy'
We look forward to your virtual presence and a lively discussion on the Data Privacy Framework. Be part of one of the most dynamic data protection communities in the UK.
Stay tuned for more updates, and if you have any questions or topics you'd like us to cover, feel free to reply to this email.
See you on Friday the 13th for a GDPR Radio Special you won't want to miss!
"*" indicates required fields