There has been much focus on consent as the main requirement to lawfully process personal data under the GDPR, but it must be recognised that consent is only one of the six lawful grounds for processing.
Robert Bond will be presenting this virtual classroom seminar. He will discuss the six lawful grounds for processing personal data, with particular emphasis on consent and legitimate interest as a lawful ground.
Robert will also cover how reliance upon a particular lawful ground may impact the rights of individuals in respect of erasure and data portability.
Learn live as senior counsel Robert Bond explores:
- The six lawful grounds for processing personal data
- When and how is consent truly given
- How to use legitimate interests legitimately
- How reliance on each lawful ground impacts data subject rights
- The need to keep the record of processing activities up to date
For more information and to register, see the MBL website.