Cloud Computing and Data Protection

Ibrahim Hasan, Director and Solicitor, Act Now Training LTD
Cloud computing is the current IT buzzword of choice, and many organisations are contemplating it. But what happens to Data Protection when you surrender your data to the cloud? Join this introductory course to find out. Our expert speaker, Ibrahim Hasan, will cover the UK Data Protection Act perspective and how to address the legal issues.
May 23 2012
47 mins
Cloud Computing and Data Protection
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  • Cloud Computing and Data Protection Recorded: May 23 2012 47 mins
    Cloud computing is the current IT buzzword of choice, and many organisations are contemplating it. But what happens to Data Protection when you surrender your data to the cloud? Join this introductory course to find out. Our expert speaker, Ibrahim Hasan, will cover the UK Data Protection Act perspective and how to address the legal issues.
  • Cloud Security and Data Protection Law Recorded: Apr 5 2012 42 mins
    Cloud computing is the current IT buzzword of choice, and many organizations are contemplating making use of it. But what is it and happens to data protection when you surrender your data to the cloud? How do you comply with the provisions of the UK Data Protection Act 1998. What can go wrong and what are the consequences? Join this webinar, with Ibrahim Hasan of Act Now Training, to find out.
  • Data Security in the Cloud : Legal Issues Recorded: Dec 1 2011 47 mins
    Cloud computing is the current IT buzzword of choice, and many organisations are contemplating it. But what happens to Data Protection when you surrender your data to the cloud? Join this introductory course to find out. Our expert speaker, Ibrahim Hasan, will cover the UK Data Protection Act perspective and how to address the legal issues.
  • E Mail and Internet Monitoring: Complying with UK Law Recorded: Aug 4 2011 45 mins
    The alleged activities by journalists at the News of the World and other Murdoch owned newspapers means that surveillance and monitoring is a real hot topic at topic at present. Even when carrying out internal monitoring, public and private sector organisations have to be very careful.

    Monitoring and recording of employees’ email, internet and telephone usage (with or without consent) is a particular legal minefield. This seminar provides a thorough examination of the law and practice in this area. We will look in detail at Part 1 of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA), the Lawful Business Practice Regulations, the Human Rights Act 1998 and the Data Protection Act 1998.

    Ibrahim Hasan is a recognised expert on data protection, freedom of information and surveillance law. He is very much in demand as a presenter at courses and conferences throughout the UK and abroad. He has conducted training sessions for many national organisations as well as local authorities and the NHS. Ibrahim’s articles have appeared in many publications including the Local Government Chronicle, Benefits Magazine, IRRV Insight Magazine and Solicitors Journal. He currently writes a regular FOI update column for the Law Society Gazette and is an occassional guest lecturer on the University of Northumbria’s LLM in Information Rights Law.
  • Update: Cloud Computing and Data Protection Recorded: Jun 20 2011 49 mins
    Cloud computing is the current IT buzzword of choice, and many organizations are contemplating making use of it. But what is it and happens to data protection when you surrender your data to the cloud? How do you comply with the provisions of the UK Data Protection Act 1998. What can go wrong and what are the consequences? Join this webinar, with Ibrahim Hasan of Act Now Training, to find out.
  • Update: Legal Risks in Cloud Backup Recorded: Apr 6 2011 48 mins
    A discussion of UK law and legal risks relating to the use of cloud services to backup corporate data. Ibrahim Hasan, a solicitor and director of Act Now Training (www.actnow.org.uk) will discuss, amongst others, the privacy, contract and compliance issues relating to cloud archiving.
  • The Protection of Freedoms Bill Recorded: Feb 28 2011 28 mins
    A discussion of the important Bill published on 11th February 2011. It contains proposals to amend the FOI Act and regulate councils' surveillance, CCTV, fingerprinting in schools, collection of DNA samples and much more.
  • Changes to the Freedom of Information Act Recorded: Jan 27 2011 30 mins
    An examination of the changes recently announced by the Ministry of Justice (7th January 2011) to the Freedom of Information Act including adding new bodies to the list, amending exemptions and the 30 year rule. We will also look at what impact these development will have on public authoriteis and what needs to be done to prepare for them.
  • Freedom of Information Update (December 2010) Recorded: Dec 23 2010 30 mins
    A discussion of the latest decisions of the Information Commissioner and the First Tier Tribunal (Information Rights) under the UK Freedom of Information Act 2000. Ibrahim Hasan will also look at the latest developments and consider new government initiatives in this area.
  • The Data Sharing Code of Practice Recorded: Nov 29 2010 29 mins
    In October the Information Commissioner’s Office launched a consultation on a new statutory code of practice on the sharing of personal data. The draft code sets out a model of good practice for public, private and third sector organisations, and covers routine data sharing as well as one- off instances where a decision is made to release data to a third party.

    Ibrahim Hasan examines this code in detail and the key issues to be considered when responding to the consultation.
  • Data Protection Update Recorded: Oct 28 2010 30 mins
    A roundup of the latest news and cases about the Data Protection Act 1998 and related laws
  • Freedom of Information Update (September 2010) Recorded: Sep 16 2010 30 mins
    A discussion of the latest decisions of the Information Commissioner and the First Tier Tribunal (Information Rights) under the UK Freedom of Information Act 2000. Ibrahim Hasan will also look at the latest developments and consider new government initiatives in this area.
  • Poole Council and the RIPA Review Recorded: Aug 10 2010 30 mins
    Poole Council was recently found to have violated the human rights of a mother and her family when doing covert surveillance under Part 2 of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA). Ibrahim Hasan examines the decision in detail and the new RIPA review announce by the Coalition Government which will report in the Autumn.
  • The Government's Information Law Proposals Recorded: Jul 22 2010 18 mins
    Ibrahim Hasan discussed the Coalition Government's proposals for information and surveillance law. He will be looking at possible changes to the Freedom of Information Act, amendments to RIPA, regulation of CCTV as well as other proposals in the Coalition Agreement which will affect the work of information law professionals.
  • Multi Agency Information Sharing Recorded: Jun 23 2010 30 mins
    An examination of the legal issues to be considered when sharing personal information within the public sector. Ibrahim Hasan will examine the Data Protection Act, the Human Rights Act and the law of confidentiality.
  • Freedom of Information Update (May 09) Recorded: May 19 2010 30 mins
    A discussion on the latest decisions and caselaw under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. In this webcast Ibrahim Hasan examines the latest appeals heard by the Information Commissioner and First–tier Tribunal (Information Rights), which was formerly the Information Tribunal, during the months of February, March and April 2010.

    Ibrahim Hasan is one of the UK’s leading experts in FOI law. He is a solicitor and director of Act Now Training (www.actnow.org.uk) and teaches on the ISEB Certificate in Freedom of Information. He writes on FOI issues for various journals including the Law Society Gazette. More articles and resources can be found on Ibrahim’s personal website (www.informationlaw.org.uk).
  • The New RIPA Codes Recorded: Apr 13 2010 30 mins
    A discussion of the new Code sof Practice on Covert Surveillance and CHIS which come into force on 6th April 2010. Ibrahim Hasan will examine the codes in detail from a local authority perspective. He will discuss, amongst other things, new guidance on necessity, proportionality, test purchases and joint operations. This is a must for those who work with RIPA especially staff in licensing, trading standards, environmental health , legal and audit.
  • Freedom of Information Update (March 09) Recorded: Mar 4 2010 30 mins
    A discussion on the latest decisions and caselaw under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. In this webcast Ibrahim Hasan examines the latest appeals heard by the Information Commissioner and First–tier Tribunal (Information Rights), which was formerly the Information Tribunal, during the months of November and December 2009 and January 2010.

    Ibrahim Hasan is one of the UK’s leading experts in FOI law. He is a solicitor and director of Act Now Training (www.actnow.org.uk) and teaches on the ISEB Certificate in Freedom of Information. Ibrahim writes on FOI issues for various journals including the Law Society Gazette. More articles and resources can be found on Ibrahim’s personal website (www.informationlaw.org.uk).
  • Covert Surveillance and RIPA Update (Feb 2010) Recorded: Feb 3 2010 28 mins
    An examination of the new Codes of Practice and Regulations relating to Part 2 of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000. These relate to Directed Surveillance, Intrusive Surveillance and the deployment of a Covert Human Intelligence Source (CHIS). The new provisions come into force on 6th April 2010 and will lead to increased responsibilities for local authorities and others doing covert surveillance.
  • Freedom of Information Update (Nov 09) Recorded: Nov 17 2009 30 mins
    A discussion of the latest developments involving the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOI). The latest Information Commissioner, Information Tribunal and High Court decisions from August to October 2009 (inclusive) will be discussed.
    Presented by Ibrahim Hasan, a solicitor and director of Act Now Training and one of the UK's leading experts in this field. Ibrahim presents workshops and conferences throughout the UK and writes for various professional journals including the Law Society Gazette (www.informationlaw.org.uk).
    Register now for what is fast becoming a very popular webcast amongst public sector information officers, lawyers and advisers.
Information and Surveillance law Update
A regular update on the latest thinking in public sector information and surveillance law. This webcast covers the latest developments relating to the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Data Protection Act 1998.

This webcast is brought to you by Ibrahim Hasan of Act Now Training Limited and features the UK's leading experts on information and surveillance law including Paul Simpkins, Phiip Jones,Sharon Heels and Tim Turner.

For more information see www.actnow.org.uk
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