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Understanding Different Lawful Bases

Hosted by Jasmine Harrison, Phil Brining and Joe Kirk

Data Protection Made Easy Podcast

Data Protection Made Easy Podcast

Join us for an upcoming thought-provoking live discussion on the Data Protection Made Easy Podcast!

We are thrilled to present part two of our engaging conversation on “Understanding Different Lawful Bases” for Data Processing. This event is designed to delve deeper into the intricacies of lawful bases beyond consent, offering valuable insights, practical tips, and real-world experiences shared by our expert hosts, Jasmine Harrison, Joe Kirk, and Philip Brining.

During this enlightening session, you will have the opportunity to:

– Gain a comprehensive understanding of the various lawful bases defined in the GDPR.
– Explore how different lawful bases impact your organization’s data processing activities.
– Learn best practices and practical strategies for navigating complex data protection regulations.
– Engage in a live Q&A session and get your burning questions answered by our knowledgeable hosts.
– Connect with like-minded professionals and expand your network within the data protection field.

We invite you to reserve your spot now for this interactive and informative discussion. Limited spaces are available, so make sure to secure your place at [Event Registration Link].

If you are unable to attend the live event, don’t worry! The episode will be made available for later viewing on our website, along with other valuable resources.

Note: This event does not require any prior knowledge of data protection regulations. It is open to anyone interested in learning more about the topic.

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