Iain Bradley from the DfE explains how schools can review and improve your handling of personal data.
Iain Bradley is Head of Data Modernisation at the Department for Education (DfE), as well as the Chair of Governors at Dobcroft Infant School in Sheffield.
In preparing for GDPR, the ICO’s ‘twelve steps to take now’ is a great starting point. But as time marches on there comes a point where it becomes ‘twelve steps to have taken then’ as schools and other organisations get …
Like the DfE, many schools are increasingly talking about General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - the beefing up of data protection, which will be written into law in May 2018.
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