The Office of the Data Protection Authority is partnering with the Guernsey Community Foundation to offer a tailored data protection session at KGV for local charities to help them navigate their legal obligations. Aimed at staff and volunteers with little or no specialist data protection knowledge, we want people to come away from this session with a sense of how data protection works in practice and particularly how to look after people’s personal data within the third sector, where information held and processed may be particularly sensitive.
This event will be led by Deputy Data Protection Commissioner Rachel Masterton and Investigator Thomas Elliott. Rachel oversees the investigation and resolution of complaints and the provision of advice and guidance to organisations and members of the public. Thomas is a former Digital Media Investigator at the Guernsey Police Hi-Tech Crime Unit where he was in charge of investigating Cyber Crime among other things.
The Bailiwick of Guernsey's independent authority which regulates data protection legislation through an ethics-based approach, empowers individuals and protects their rights, promotes excellence in data protection, and supports the data economy to embrace
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