Episode 13: Governance – what’s needed to run a good data protection regime?

November 4th, 2019  •  44 mins 2 secs  •  Download (40.3 MB)  •  Link with Timestamp

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What are the building blocks of good data protection governance? In this broad-ranging discussion, we talk to James Leaton Gray about his assessment of current data protection in the UK, what it takes to run a good data protection regime, different target operating models, how different parts of the business need to work together, the evolving role of the DPO, privacy and privsec, common mistakes and – critically – how move the data protection regime up the value chain. Plus the opportunities open to organisations that manage to establish a relationship of trust with their data subjects.