Data Protection week presentations

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Conference

Opening Conference
‘Exceptional data privacy – the cornerstone of a trust-based relationship as we celebrate International Data Privacy Day’
Half day opening conference at the Opera House sponsored by PwC in association with the Jersey Data Protection Association, the Office of the Information Commissioner (JOIC) and the States of Jersey.

Welcome & the Week’s Activities
David Carney, PwC Director – Risk Assurance & Chair of the Jersey Data Protection Association

Jersey Data Protection Authority and Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner
The relationship between the Jersey Data Protection Board and the Office of the Information Commissioner
Mr Jacob Kohnstam, Chair, Jersey Data Protection Authority
& Dr. Jay Fedorak, Information Commissioner, Office of the Information Commissioner

Brexit and Data flows
Stephanie Peat, Director of Digital & Telecoms & Dr. Jay Fedorak Information Commissioner

‘Surviving a Significant Data Breach’– lessons learnt and advice to others.
Advocate Davida Blackmore, Partner, Callington Chambers
Davida will give a brief overview of recent high profile data breaches and a (not too painful) dissection of how they were handled by the organisations in question. What did they do, and how could things have been dealt with differently.

‘Making it Personal’ Your Data Protection Responsibilities – Non-Executive Directors & Board members
Huw Thomas, Counsel, Carey Olsen

Data Protection compliance in the Jersey Hospitality Sector
Lean-Jsy
Paul Byrne
Owner Director
Data Protection compliance in the Hospitality sector, Jersey. Paul with take you through some of the key findings of the survey, conducted November 2018. The findings highlight the importance in having a dedicated data protection function within your organisation

Building Collaborative Data Bridges
Mr Jacob Kohnstam, Chair, Office of the Information Commissioner
To highlight the power of industry collaboration to see what can be achieved within the limits of the law.
Panel Discussion


Data Protection Basics for all Small Businesses

28th January 2019
Advocate Davida Blackmore
Partner
Callington Chambers

Adrian Hayes
Compliance & Enforcement Manager
Office of the Information Commissioner

Alexia McClure
Head of Operations
Jersey Business

Find out why Data Protection matters to you.
Keeping your small business compliant with the law to help you protect the trust between you and your customers.


Right of Access

28th January 2019
Trevor Beckford & Claire Brown
Senior Case Workers
Office of the Information Commissioner

Individuals have the right to find out if an organisation is using or storing their personal data. Individuals exercise this right by asking for a copy of their data, which is commonly known as making a ‘subject access request’


The Role & Responsibilities of a Data Protection Officer

29th January 2019
Paul Vane
Deputy Information Commissioner
Office of the Information Commissioner


Breach Reporting Extravaganza & Life Cycle of a Breach

30th January 2019

Advocate Davida Blackmore
Partner
Callington Chambers

Samantha Gardner
Case Worker
Office of the Information Commissioner

David Cartwright, Senior Consultant, Information Security
Grant Thornton Limited

Join the information security consultant, the regulator and the lawyer for an interactive journey through the life cycle of a data breach, including how to effectively submit a breach report to the Office of the Information Commissioner


Data Protection compliance within the Retail Sector

30th January 2019

Paul Byrne
Owner Director
Lean-Jsy

If you are not sure whether you’re doing enough or too much to be compliant with Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 & GDPR, this workshop is for you. We’ll cover all the basics and give you an opportunity to get your questions answered – all in one session.

  • Understand the impact of the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 & GDPR on your business
  • Requirements for CCTV security systems
  • What compliance looks like
  • Requirements for your website
  • Apply the regulation to your business with a step-by-step guide
  • Gain confidence in your approach to compliance

We will show you how we can help you on your journey


Data Protection compliance within the Retail Sector

30th January 2019

Paul Byrne
Owner Director
Lean-Jsy

If you are not sure whether you’re doing enough or too much to be compliant with Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 & GDPR, this workshop is for you. We’ll cover all the basics and give you an opportunity to get your questions answered – all in one session.

Understand the impact of the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 & GDPR on your business and how the regulation impacts data processing
explain the responsibilities of a Data Controller and Data Processor
Prepare for and cope with the rights of individuals (like the right to Access)
Examine the key definitions and scope of the law, such as ‘Processing’
Requirements for your website
Apply the regulation to your business with a step-by-step guide
Gain confidence in your approach to compliance

We will show you how we can help you on your journey.
If you are not sure whether you’re doing enough or too much to be compliant with Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 & GDPR, this workshop is for you. We’ll cover all the basics and give you an opportunity to get your questions answered – all in one session.

Understand the impact of the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 & GDPR on your business and how the regulation impacts data processing
explain the responsibilities of a Data Controller and Data Processor
Prepare for and cope with the rights of individuals (like the right to Access)
Examine the key definitions and scope of the law, such as ‘Processing’
Requirements for your website
Apply the regulation to your business with a step-by-step guide
Gain confidence in your approach to compliance

We will show you how we can help you on your journey.


Cyber Security for All

31st January 2019

Chris Beechy Detective Chief Inspector
Crime Operations

Andy Carpenter High Tech Crime Unit
Crime Operations
States of Jersey Police

An essentials talk for all covering practical aspects of cyber security at home and at work.


Cyber Security for Charities & Not- for-Profit Organisations

30th January 2019

Cloud security and data protection – Arthur Mainja Chairman of the Channel Islands Information Security Forum “CIISF” (https://www.ciisf.org/) & Senior Manager, Cyber and Digital Advisory, KPMG in the Channel Islands. He is a Certified Chief Information Security Officer (C|CISO), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA) and a member of various industry professional bodies.

CEO Fraud – Phil Hancock Barclays Fraud Team – Phil is the Manager of a team which investigates Fraud for both local customers and international clients holding Jersey based accounts.

Cyber Essentials and Cyber Score – Marc Allenet – CyberScore™ is an automated security testing service that provides full reports of cybersecurity posture, including get well plans and full technical reports to show exactly where the key vulnerabilities lie, and exactly what you need to do in order to remedy them.

Cyber Security – The Insurance Solution – Seldom purchased, but considered as a potential life-saver for businesses, Cyber Insurance can ensure a company survives a cyber-attack or data breach. It is said that there are two types of business – those that have been hacked, and those who will be hacked. Sandra will explain the benefits of Cyber Insurance and how it can keep your business on stable financial footing should a significant security event occur. Sandra Fernandes is the Director of Vantage Insurance Brokers Limited.

Cyber security and data protection in the Not-for-Profit sector – David Cartwright – A talk looking at the particular – and often unique – challenges faced by charities with regard to cyber security and data protection, with practical guidance on how to deal with those problems and run the organisation as securely as possible. David Cartwright spent many years in mainstream IT and network management, Dave now specialises in the fields of cyber security and data protection: he joined Grant Thornton in 2018 to run their cyber security consultancy business in the Channel Islands. Dave is Deputy Chairman of the Channel Islands Information Security Forum.

12:30-12:40 Launch of Jersey Charitable Skills Pool (“JCSP”) David Cartwright on behalf of the JCSP.


Why Personal Information Matters to YOU

1st February 2019

Adrian Hayes ,Compliance and Enforcement
Anne King , Communications and Operations
Office of the Information Commissioner

Empowering you to take control of your personal information. Understanding the rights that the Data Protection (Jersey) Law gives you.