LAST CHANCE to register for the next free webinar – Information Audit / RoPA – how you can easily update your own and why you should bother

All attendees will also receive a free RoPA template.

As a part of demonstrating compliance with the UK GDPR, every organisation must document their processing activities and this includes what information you have, where it is, what you do with it and who you share it with.

In fact, we think that it’s impossible to demonstrate compliance without it. Plus it will save you time with processor onboarding, and when responding to data subject requests.

This webinar is designed for you, if you need to review their Information Audit/RoPA, or who have not created one yet. Whether you are a DPO or the person responsible for data protection, or work in fundraising or IT and are responsible for or use personal data, then this webinar is for you.

We recommend that you should review your Information Audit/RoPA at least annually, unless anything changes in the meantime, and we have rewritten this webinar to take into account the ICO’s updated Accountability Framework, and with the latest best practice guidance for 2022.

In this webinar, Nick will:

  • Explain the background to the issue, including what the ICO says
  • Clarify the difference between an Information Audit and a RoPA
  • Suggest a suitable format for you to use
  • Show you how best to create or revise your own
  • Explain about Purpose of Processing, Lawful Basis for Processing, Retention, Processors and Special category data
  • Signpost you to further support

As always everything will be related back to the UK GDPR, and ICO guidance including their newly updated Accountability Framework.

There will be time for a Q&A at the end of the webinar, and you can submit your questions in advance.

Find out more and register now using this link. You will need to log in using your TinoPai membership email and password first, and the link will help you to quickly create one if need be. Please note that after you create an account, you need to click the link above to see the webinars (this is a software limitation that we are investigating).