Computer Law Training
Tim Musson is the Director of Computer Law Training, specialising in data protection and information security. He supports a wide range of organisations, private, public and third sector, in their data protection compliance, carrying out information governance and data protection audits, reviewing policies and procedures and training staff at all levels.
He also advises on human and organisational aspects of information security and is a qualified Cyber Essentials assessor.
He is currently developing a wide range of online training materials relating to data protection and information security, including regulatory issues for direct marketing.
He is a regular speaker at Law Society of Scotland and other conferences.
He is based just outside Edinburgh, but provides services anywhere in the UK, both face to face and online.
In a previous life Tim was for many years a lecturer in Computing at Edinburgh Napier University and he also kept goats.
Can you spell GDPR? Why it matters in marketing
The Information Commissioner has recently taken action against a number of companies making illegal use of personal data for direct marketing. The General Data Protection Regulation will introduce even stricter requirements and potentially huge penalties. Find out about the latest guidance from the ICO and what the GDPR will require from May 2018. Whatever and whenever Brexit is, the GDPR will apply – it’s important to be ready for it.