Governance, auditing and the legal aspect of data management

Date and time
Friday, 14 October 2022
09.30 - 12.30

Markeaton Street, DE22 3AW or Online

If you use data within your organisation, it is imperative that you are compliant with the latest legislation. Join this session to ensure you have the most up to date knowledge of data governance.

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The ‘Branch out in STEM’ programme is fully funded, meaning there’s no cost to your organisation. This is possible thanks to funding from the European Social Fund and the delivery partners, which include the University of Derby, Nottingham Trent University, Derby College, Nottingham College, East Midlands Chamber of Commerce, Enable, Inspire and the Workers’ Educational Association.

What is this session about?

Data has become the most valuable commodity and working with it in the right way can bring many benefits but keeping and analysing data is subject to a growing number of obligations. This workshop will investigate the following:

  • Concepts related to data
  • The legal landscape that prescribes the framework in which businesses can operate
  • The requirements for auditing

By the end of this session, you will have a much clearer understanding of how to ensure you data is compliant with the current legislative requirements. Discussions may also stretch into the ethical and moral aspects that relate to the new insights you can gain.

Am I eligible to participate?

To participate in the programme you must meet the funding criteria requirements. This means you must work for a small to medium sized business within the Derbyshire or Nottinghamshire (D2N2) region. Alternatively, you could be self-employed and registered as a sole trader within the D2N2 region.

How much does it cost to attend?

This workshop is fully funded for eligible businesses, meaning there is no cost to your organisation. The Branch out in STEM programme is part-funded by the European Social Fund (ESF).

Meet your speaker

This session will be led by our academic expert, who will guide your learning and answer any questions you may have during the session

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Richard Self
Senior Lecturer in Analytics and Governance

Richard is a Senior Lecturer in Governance of Advanced and Emerging Technologies.

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