THE data protection chapter of ACAT’s handbook has been revised – and is now available for members to read on our website.
Chapter 21 now examines both the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) as well as the Data Protection Act 2018.
It has subsections that discuss: “The lawful basis for processing data”; “The registration process”; & “The Effects of Brexit”.
The chapter has been prepared for ACAT by highly experienced data protection specialist Kate Grimley Evans, who was formerly the Head of Information Law at Stone King LLP.
Kate qualified as a solicitor in 2004, having trained with Eversheds and subsequently worked at Mills & Reeve before joining Stone King in January 2011.
Kate qualified as an EU GDPR Data Protection Practitioner in 2017 before leaving Stone King in August 2019 to launch her own company to concentrate on first rate data protection training and compliance auditing.
Chapter 21 of ACAT’s handbook entitled Data Protection is available here.