Head of Compliance and Privacy Trainline.co.uk
Each controller and processor should be obliged to cooperate with the supervisory authority and make those records, on request, available to it, so that it might serve for monitoring those processing operations.
What does the GDPR regulation say about maintaining records of processing activities under its responsibility? When to start, who is involved, when are we finished and how to maintain records?
In her speak Rebecca will look into how an international travel sales agency has approached challenges of GDPR in regards of data mapping and record keeping in the following areas.
Purpose of processing
Categories of data
Categories of recipient
Transfers and safeguards
Head of Compliance and Privacy
Rebecca has been working within the information rights field for a number of years, helping companies within media, healthcare and e-commerce meet a range of different privacy compliance requirements. In the past three years, she has been primarily focused on GDPR preparedness and has been working on change and awareness programmes in this space. Rebecca joined Trainline in May 2017, and is currently responsible for leading the GDPR programme of work and compliance with privacy matters.
On the Journey to Accountability
In her speak Rebecca, Head of Compliance and Privacy at Trainline.co.uk will look into how an international travel sales agency has approached challenges of GDPR in regards of data mapping and record keeping. Slides Rebecca Turner – Trainline Data Mapping 25 January 2018 (PDF)