New ICO Guidance on Video Surveillance
Tuesday 22 March 2022
10.00 – 10.45am
On 24th February 2022, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) issued new updated guidance on video surveillance. It replaces former guidance which predated the introduction of the UK GDPR in 2018.
This webinar gives an overview of the new guidance, highlighting changes and practical impact on operations for businesses using CCTV. It will include a Q&A session.
What will this event cover?
- Overview of the new ICO guidance on video surveillance
- Comparison with former ICO guidance – what has changed?
- In practice, what should businesses do to comply with the UK GDPR accountability requirements?
What are the outcomes?
- Receive a high-level summary of the new ICO guidance on video surveillance
- Improve understanding of how to evidence compliance with the UK GDPR to meet legal accountability requirements
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for anyone responsible for operations or data protection compliance, including management, Data Protection Officers (DPOs) and HR professionals.
How long will the webinar last?
This will be delivered on 22nd March 2022 at 10.00am finishing by 10.45am.
What will the cost be?
This event is free to attend.
Reserving a place
To book places online, please complete the form below. Alternatively, please e-mail email@example.com.
Who will deliver the training?
Sean Morris, Legal Manager at Navigator, trained as a solicitor in the public sector at Brighton and Hove City Council, the first UK local authority legal team to receive LEXCEL accreditation, the quality mark for excellence in practice management and client care.
Having specialised in employment law, Sean joined the litigation team at RBS/NatWest Mentor where he defended Tribunal claims and in addition advised businesses on data protection law. This involved supporting a wide range of sectors, such as retail and health care, and helping prepare for compliance with GDPR. He went on to work for the largest employment law services provider for UK businesses and later joined a commercial private practice where he advised on privacy and data protection law.
Sean has managed teams responding to complex data subject access requests on behalf of corporate clients in the retail and banking sectors and supported businesses dealing with data breaches. His experience reviewing business compliance has included drafting and updating internal data protection policies and privacy information for commercial clients, in addition to data mapping and drafting ROPAs for national energy companies and charities. He has also delivered training on data protection and employment law.
In 2019 he became a dual qualified solicitor with the Law Society of Scotland and the following year completed the Law Society of Ireland’s Certificate in Data Protection Practice.