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You will no doubt be aware of the significance of the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) that come into force in May 2018. The new GDPR apply to all organisations that control and process personal data. Failure to comply with GDPR can result in fines of up to €20 million or 4% of annual turnover for the most serious contraventions. Following on from our very successful GDPR workshops held this year, NFDA is now holding two additional workshops looking at the more specific issue of contract remediation for GDPR compliance.
Contract remediation is a major element of GDPR compliance and one that is essential for all franchised dealers. The workshop will look at how members should review their third-party contracts, such as those with manufacturers, finance houses and dealer management systems, to check and rate their GDPR compliance and risk. It will also advise on how you should amend these contracts to make them compliant.
Additionally, we will also ask attendees to bring with them one of their data sharing arrangements to use as an example to be worked through during the workshop.
Dates: Thursday 1 February and Friday 9 March
Venue: Hilton Hotel, Stratford Road, Warwick CV34 6RE
Time: 9.30 am refreshments, 10.00 am workshop commences, 3.30 pm close
(a buffet lunch will be provided)
Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis as space is limited. Due the considerable resources required to hold these events, there will be a charge of £99 including VAT per person to attend.
If you would like to attend please contact he NFDA on 01788 538303 or email email@example.com .
For further guidance and helpful information on the use of data and GDPR requirements, please visit the GDPR page on the NFDA website: http://www.nfda-uk.co.uk/policy/gdpr/ or the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) website https://ico.org.uk/.
On another note, if you receive emails from us, including the NFDA newsletter, to your personal email, rather than a business one, please let us know as soon as possible if you wish to continue to do so. Under the new GDPR, we must delete all personal email contacts unless we receive explicit permission from you to continue to use them.