When:
August 29, 2017 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
2017-08-29T12:30:00+01:00
2017-08-29T13:30:00+01:00
Where:
Chartered Accountants House
47 Pearse St
Dublin
Ireland
Cost:
35.00
Contact:
Caroline Hollick-Ward
01 779 0200

In this seminar, John Keyes, Assistant Commissioner – Head of Investigations in the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner, will speak on the ODPC’s approach to investigations, their main areas of focus and their key messages for senior management.

This seminar will be chaired by Aisling Clarke, Director ACOI and Chair of ACOI’s Data Protection & Technology Working Group.

Title: Office of the Data Protection Commissioner (ODPC) – Key messages on Investigations
Date: Tuesday, 29th August 2017
Speaker: John Keyes, Assistant Commissioner – Head of Investigations, Office of the Data Protection
Commissioner
Venue: Chartered Accountants House, 47-49 Pearse Street, Dublin 2
Time: 12.30 pm – 1.30 pm (Registration from 12.00 noon)
CPD: 1 Hr LCOI, FCOI (Compliance), CDPO, Professional Banker
0.5 Hrs QFA, CPD Member, RS CPD Member
Fee: €35.00 (Member); €50.00 (Non-Member)

 
Topics discussed in this seminar will include:

    • The balance between a risk-based and complaints-led investigation approach;
    • The ODPC’s main areas of investigation focus;
    • What firms can expect in terms of how an investigation is conducted;
    • Examples of the good and the bad the ODPC sees in terms of Data Protection practice.

 

John Keyes, Assistant Commissioner – Investigations, Office of the Data Protection Commissioner
John took up the position of Assistant Commissioner and Head of Investigations in the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner in August 2015, based in the new Dublin Office at Fitzwilliam Square. In this role John oversees the investigations function of the Office which involves handling all complaints received from members of the public in relation to alleged infringements of their data protection and privacy rights, including the right of access to their own personal data.

Prior to this John worked extensively as an investigator in the insurance claims sector for over 35 years. John studied law in 2009 and was called to the Irish Bar in 2015. John is also a Chartered Insurance Practitioner.