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GDPR Now! is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business and Thisisdpo!
Our podcast focuses on Data Protection regulations and all issues related to data security and privacy. Our goal is to discuss important topics which help businesses comply with data protection regulations while protecting their business interests in a practical and pragmatic way.
Our episodes provide insightful information for business leaders and privacy professionals alike. The hosts are joined by a range of specialists who discuss the latest news, developments and trends within data security and privacy.
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GDPR Now‪!‬ Karen Heaton/Data Protection 4 Business

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GDPR Now! is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business and Thisisdpo!
Our podcast focuses on Data Protection regulations and all issues related to data security and privacy. Our goal is to discuss important topics which help businesses comply with data protection regulations while protecting their business interests in a practical and pragmatic way.
Our episodes provide insightful information for business leaders and privacy professionals alike. The hosts are joined by a range of specialists who discuss the latest news, developments and trends within data security and privacy.
Whether you're a business owner or manager, privacy expert, a privacy beginner or you just want to know more, this is the podcast for you!
Come and join us today!

    Digital Vaccine Passports and Certificates? What could possibly go wrong?

    Digital Vaccine Passports and Certificates? What could possibly go wrong?

    In today’s episode, we are delving into the hot topic of Digital Vaccine Passports and Certificates. We outline the complex mix of technology, privacy and practical issues in a global context.


    As we did in Episodes 24 & 25, we look at the significant practical, technical and privacy issues surrounding how nation states and governments want to use technology to prove human beings can travel internationally, cross borders in the EU and get access to domestic venues, events, retail outlets and much more besides. Arguably a more complex problem to solve than tracking and tracing individuals.


    We consider the lack of effectiveness of the Track and Trace apps in the UK & EU and wonder how acceptable solutions can be found for Vaccine Passports and Certificates - a wider problem involving citizens, businesses, medical records and often new and emerging technology.


    Again, we find ourselves asking the same question: how do we find a rapid and effective way to discuss and agree the extended use of our data to manage this pandemic and halt the damage from lockdowns? We urgently need a forum to be able to have these discussions. As Privacy, Legal and Techology professionals we must contribute to solutions to help support governments to enable better pandemic management.


    There are far more questions than answers, so this episode will be the start of our journey to keep up to date with developments.


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    Guests
    Roger Marlow
    Roger has worked in software for over 30 years with experience in building software for the finance, retail, automative and government sectors. He has been involved in the creation of several companies including a healthcare technology company that works for the NHS.
    Special Guest: Roger Marlow.

    • 47 min
    What next for EU-US data transfers post-Privacy Shield? Keep hiding in that herd!

    What next for EU-US data transfers post-Privacy Shield? Keep hiding in that herd!

    The decision by the ECJ on 16th July 2020, to invalidate the EU - US Privacy Shield sent shockwaves across organisations in the EU and US. We are now in January 2021 and there have been some solutions offered by the European Commission.


    But how workable are they for businesses in practise??


    Join me, Karen Heaton and guest Mark Sherwood-Edwards, lawyer, data protection specialist and founder of Clearview Legal to discuss the latest pronouncements from the EC, on a revision of the Standard Contractual Clauses, Safeguards for transfers to the US (and other third countries) and of course, the impact of Brexit and what this will mean if the EC does not grant adequacy status to the UK.


    GDPR Now! Is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business & This Is DPO.
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    Guest
    Mark Sherwood-Edwards
    Founder
    www.clearviewlegal.co.uk


    Check out some great resources:
    FieldFisher Lawyer - Phil Lee on the revised SCCs
    https://www.fieldfisher.com/en/services/privacy-security-and-information/privacy-security-and-information-law-blog/first-impressions-new-eu-standard-contractual-clauses


    Tools to help with assessing data transfers
    Proteus-Cyber
    https://proteuscyber.com/Schrems-II-Automatic-SCC-contracts
    Special Guest: Mark Sherwood-Edwards.

    • 38 min
    Track and Trace apps: What price for data privacy? We need to find better solutions.

    Track and Trace apps: What price for data privacy? We need to find better solutions.

    In today’s episode, we are delving into the issues we discussed in our previous episode #24 on the NHS Track and Trace app and considering in more detail the legal, privacy and practicality barriers to many track and trace apps in Europe.


    We discuss the take up of Track and Trace apps in the EU and find it is mostly 30% of the population and lower. Data privacy when using apps has been protected due to EU GDPR, however, other basic freedoms have been taken from us and our way of life severely impacted over the course of 2020. Track and trace apps have not had the hoped-for beneficial impact in the EU. Had we taken a different approach to using more data and made the apps mandatory, could the outcomes have been different?


    What does this mean in practise for track and trace apps as future solutions to help governments manage pandemics? Compare and contrast to other Asian countries.
    If 70 - 80% app usage is realistically needed to be effective, then why did we not make track and trace apps mandatory? What are we to learn from countries in Asia?


    How do we find a rapid and effective way to discuss and agree the extended use of our data to improve outcomes, rapidly, either during pandemics or outside of them? As Privacy, Legal and Tech professionals we must continue this conversation and find a framework for agreeing the greater use of data in a mandatory way to support better pandemic and health outcomes.


    The economic costs of lockdowns are extremely high and have a direct effect on a nation's ability to provide future healthcare. Our short term fix to today's problem could cause many more problems for the future.


    GDPR Now! Is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business & This Is DPO.
    www.dpo4business.co.uk
    www.thisisdpo.co.uk.


    Guests
    Roger Marlow
    Roger has worked in software for over 30 years with experience in building software for the finance, retail, automative and government sectors. He has been involved in the creation of several companies including a healthcare technology company that works for the NHS.


    Guests
    Mark Sherwood-Edwards
    Mark helps CEOs negotiate smarter, more profitable, contracts. During his time spent working in law firms and also as in-house counsel he specialised in contracts as well as sales-contracting transformation, in organisations across the fintech, adtech, tech and outsourcing sectors.


    Founder
    Clearview Legal
    https://clearviewlegal.co.uk/
    Special Guests: Mark Sherwood-Edwards and Roger Marlow.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    NHS Track and Trace App: are privacy and practicality issues a barrier to success?

    NHS Track and Trace App: are privacy and practicality issues a barrier to success?

    This episode is part of our series of updated podcasts addressing security & privacy concerns resulting from the coronavirus pandemic and the shift in working practises for millions of businesses across the UK and the world.


    In our discussion we first talk about the NHS Track and Trace app and ask "how did we get here?" with app #2 being released five months after app #1.


    We then explore whether track and trace apps are prevented from being successful due to privacy and practicality issues and whether this is a worldwide problem.


    During our discussion, I recommend a very important film "The Social Dilemma" which is available on Netflix. This is an must-watch film for everyone, especially parents with teenagers, pre-teens and young adults.


    Given some of the important issues raised in this episode, we will be recording Part 2, where we bring in a panel of specialists to start the discussions on how to address the practicality and privacy issues which can prevent track and trace apps from being effective during a pandemic.


    GDPR Now! Is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business & This Is DPO.
    www.dpo4business.co.uk
    www.thisisdpo.co.uk.


    Guest
    This episode features a software professional with 30 years experience in software projects across a multitude of industries including retail, banking, defence and automotive and for the last 10 years, the NHS. David founded a successful IT company which provides services to the NHS and writes for https://lockdownsceptics.org/ a blog founded by Toby Young, where a range of pandemic related data is analysed and presented.

    • 51 min
    The end of the EU-US Privacy Shield. Now what?

    The end of the EU-US Privacy Shield. Now what?

    Today we depart from the corornavirus related stories to bring you an update on the landmark ruling from the European Court of Justice on the EU - US Privacy Shield.


    The decision by the ECJ on 16th July 2020, to invalidate the EU - US Privacy Shield has sent shockwaves across organisations in the EU and US.


    We are joined by fellow host, Mark Sherwood-Edwards, lawyer, data protection specialist and founder of ThisisDPO. Mark has read the judgement and is going to talk to us today about what it means for data protection, for businesses and for DPO’s.


    GDPR Now! Is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business & This Is DPO.
    www.dpo4business.co.uk
    www.thisisdpo.co.uk.


    Guest
    Mark Sherwood-Edwards
    Founder
    ThisisDPO
    www.thisisdpo.co.uk

    • 37 min
    How do you know if your data has been compromised?

    How do you know if your data has been compromised?

    This episode is part of our series of updated podcasts addressing security & privacy concerns resulting from the coronavirus pandemic and the shift in working practises for millions of businesses across the UK and the world.


    In this episode we are delighted to have Andrew Alston, founding director at Breach Aware and Business intelligence Theoroms.


    Andrew talks to us about Breach Aware which is a data breach monitoring and reporting application designed to help organisations detect and prevent crime, as part of their system of risk management. The solution can be used for SME's and individuals as well as large organisations. Andrew and his team pride themselves in offering this solution at affordable rates for SME's.


    GDPR Now! Is brought to you by Data Protection 4 Business & This Is DPO.
    www.dpo4business.co.uk
    www.thisisdpo.co.uk.


    Guest
    Andrew Alston
    Founding Director
    Breach Aware
    Andrew@BITs.Company
    Special Guest: Andrew Alston.

    • 21 min

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