ITEBS at the Doyle
IT Enterprise Business Solutions Ltd will be sponsoring the Doyle club on February the 1st from 11.30 am till 5 Pm. For the uninitiated this networking event for those working in and supporting the construction industry and meets on the first Thursday of every month.
Prior before the full proceedings get under way, there will be a seminar covering the changes to data protection regulations due to come into force from May this year. This will change the way that every business in the UK handles personal information as they will need to demonstrate they have consent to hold such information for the purposes agreed. As this covers a number of different areas we have partnered with several specialists to cover various aspects of what is involved.
The seminar is divided into 3 sections:
The legal side of GDPR
Firstly, we will provide a summary of the legislation and the challenges faced by business to comply.Firstly, we will provide a summary of the legislation and the challenges faced by business to comply.Presented by Richard Mullet, Principle Lawyer at “The Legal Partners” specializing in HR. A lawyer and entrepreneur, Richard is passionate about facilitating growth for UK companies, creating value through exports and working with companies and partners in the UK and ASEAN markets to achieve this. Richard qualified with Slaughter and May in 1994 and spent 6 years advising blue chip clients, working on joint ventures and the IPOs of Orange, Energis and Colt. He was the lead lawyer on the largest global dual listing ever at the time, of RioTinto Zinc (RTZ) and CRA Mining (in Australia).
Issues with Software in relation to GDPR.
Next, we will look at the “right to be forgotten” and its implications for software. This includes the pros and cons of processing information in different systems.
Presented by Malcolm Ford who works as a Business systems analyst for “IT enterprise Business Solutions” who provides project management oversight on software developments. Malcolm has worked for the past 8 years on data migration services upgrading businesses to an enterprise level software. He has 25 years business experience in a variety of different sectors from international law and manufacturing, to agriculture and construction. His interest in GDPR relates to data analytics and purging information that no longer to fits the business case.
Insuring against the risk.
This is followed by our final session on mitigating against the costs of data breaches with an overview of insurance products available in the marketplace.
Presented by Jason Cornine who has 25 years experience as a broker in the insurance industry at Corbine Carmelson Ltd. For more than 25 years Jason has been stopping businesses turning a lot of money into a little money. Reducing threats to their assets, income streams and reputations whilst protecting their organisation against the unthinkable. Jason has found the insurers who will cover directors who get it in the neck, as well as issues relating to GDPR, for a fraction of the cost of unnecessary IT security so we are working with IT companies that assess needs, like we do, before offering solutions.
Spaces are limited and even though this is a free event, a 5-pound deposit is required to book a place that will go towards the general running of the Doyle club. To book click on this link. You need to register as a member to access the page.
We will be running further training sessions during the year so please revisit this site for more information.