Risk to Resilience

Myles Dacres

Join our hosts Jasmine Harrison, Phil Brining and Joe Kirk as they share top tips and expert insights on third party relationships and data sharing

Episode 154 of the Data Protection Made Easy Podcast – Risk to Resilience: Mastering Third-Party Relationships For Secure Data Transfers

To navigate the often-complexities of data privacy, you must master the ability to engage with multiple parties. Enter controllers, processors, and the intricate network of third-party relationships they weave.

On Friday, January 19th, from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM (GMT), tune in to Data Protection Made Easy as our data protection experts, Joe Kirk, Philip Brining, and Jasmine Harrison, untangle the web and empower you to navigate it with confidence.

What will be discussed?

Third-party data relationships: While crucial for the modern data-driven world, these relationships can become minefields for compliance headaches and privacy breaches.. This live podcast session unravels the complications, equipping you with expert insights and actionable takeaways to:

  • Sharpen your distinction: Firstly, we will delve into the precise roles of controllers and processors within the data ecosystem, ensuring you understand who’s ultimately responsible for protecting personal information.
  • Due diligence detective: Next, learn the secrets of robust third-party due diligence, minimising risk and identifying trustworthy partners who prioritise data security as much as you do.
  • Contractual contortionists: Additionally master the art of crafting ironclad third-party data contracts, safeguarding your data and ensuring compliance with the UK GDPR and other data protection regulations.
  • Global maze navigators: Finally, we will explore the broader landscape of global data governance in relation to third-party relationships, equipping you to navigate the ever-evolving landscape of International Data Transfers.

Whether you’re a data protection professional, compliance officer, legal counsel, business owner, or simply concerned about your data privacy in the digital age, this session is for you. Join us live on Microsoft Teams and:

  • Get your questions answered live by our expert hosts, ensuring you leave with a clear understanding of third-party data relationships and your role in protecting personal information.
  • Network with fellow data-privacy enthusiasts in the live chat, fostering a community of informed and empowered individuals.
  • Stay ahead of the curve by gaining insights into the latest trends and developments in third-party data governance, giving you the confidence to face future challenges.

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