Data Protection Officer

Demystifying Data Mapping

About this event

Schools and Trusts process a huge amount of data which is often part of complex data systems.

With personal data being stored in a number of formats (paper, electronic, audio, visual) and in a number of different locations (paper files, electronic records, CCTV),  keeping track of your processes, records, requests and data protection impact assessments (DPIAs) can feel daunting.

However, that’s where data mapping steps in to help you come to grips with your data flows and remain compliant with UK GDPR.

During the session we will be looking at:

      • What is Data Mapping? 
      • Data Mapping or RoPA?
      • Updates on data mapping with DPD
      • How to carry out a data map

      Let us introduce you to this week's professional speaker

      Jessica Gant

      Jessica has an undergraduate law degree from the University of Leicester, is currently pursuing further education and has gained her LPC qualification. Not only does Jessica enjoy day to day data protection queries, she loves providing training and using real life examples to ensure data protection regulation is understood and applied within education. In her spare time, Jessica has been learning how to roller skate, and plays roller derby with her local team. She has two dogs, who are her world and loves nothing more than a long  walk with with the dogs.