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 preparation for the GDPR, carrying out information governance and data protection audits, reviewing policies and procedures and training staff at all levels. He also delivers end user awareness training in conjunction with simulated phishing campaigns. 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.
The GDPR – if you’re not ready yet …
Our understanding of the data protection requirements relating to direct marketing seems to change every
day. The GDPR is finalised but we still don’t have complete guidance on its implications. The e-Privacy Regulation is not yet in place, but it will have serious repercussions. Find out about all the latest developments
in this continuously moving field and what you should be worrying about.