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Data Protection People (DPP) is a company dedicated to providing businesses with expert guidance on data protection and GDPR compliance. One of the ways they do this is by hosting a weekly podcast called GDPR Radio, where they discuss the latest news and developments in the world of data protection.
But what sets GDPR Radio apart from other podcasts is that it is broadcast live, with hundreds of participants tuning in each week to join the discussion. This live format allows listeners to engage with the hosts in real-time, ask questions, share their thoughts, and even unmute themselves to participate in the conversation.
The live chat function is particularly useful for listeners, as it allows them to see links and documents shared during the discussion in real-time. This means that they can quickly access and refer to any relevant information, making the podcast a valuable resource for businesses looking to stay up-to-date with the latest data protection news.
Of course, not everyone can tune in live, which is why DPP posts the recorded episodes on all major audio-streaming platforms. This means that listeners can catch up on previous episodes at their convenience, whether that’s during their commute, at the gym, or while working from home.
For businesses looking to deepen their understanding of data protection and GDPR compliance, GDPR Radio is an excellent resource. The upcoming events, in particular, may be of interest to those looking to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the field.
On March 3rd, DPP will be hosting a session on the Housing Reform Bill (Part 2) and the potential impact on data protection. This event will be particularly relevant for businesses in the property sector or those that handle sensitive housing data.
On March 10th and 24th, they will be hosting two more episodes of GDPR Radio, featuring news, views, and opinions from their team of data protection experts. These episodes are a great way to stay informed about the latest developments in data protection.
On March 17th, they will be hosting a session on understanding international transfers and simplifying data transfers. This event will be particularly relevant for businesses that handle cross-border data transfers.
Finally, on March 31st, they will be hosting a session on balancing data protection and confidentiality in SARs (Subject Access Requests). This event will be particularly relevant for businesses that handle SARs or personal data requests from customers or employees.
Overall, GDPR Radio is an excellent resource for businesses looking to stay informed about the latest developments in data protection and GDPR compliance. Whether you tune in live or catch up on previous episodes, you’ll find a wealth of valuable information and insights to help you navigate this complex and ever-changing field.
If you would like to join us on future episodes of the Data Protection Made Easy podcast simply visit our events page and register for any of the brilliant discussions we have on the horizon.
If you would like to listen back to previous episodes of the podcast where we discuss a wide range of data protection challenges, you can search for ‘Data Protection Made Easy’ on all major audio-streaming platforms including Spotify and Apple Music.