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Jisc GDPR conference

Friday, December 15, 2017 - 11:35

For those who couldn't make it to the Jisc GDPR conference last week (and those who did, but want a refresher) the slides are now available.

Presenters were told to ensure they gave lots of practical advice, so whether you want ideas on GDPR in Further Education or Research; need to work on an asset register or supplier contracts; to learn why (and how) you need to talk to ICT, or how to simplify the myriad of processing activities your organisation conducts, scroll down the conference webpage. It was an excellent day :)