Data Protection Expert Group: FAQ

 

1. What is the ASPIRE Data Protection (DP) Expert Group?

The DP Expert Group is a community of data protection professionals drawn from across the ASPIRE network of business services and technology companies.

The aim of the group is to support shared learning, best practice, continuous improvements and innovation across the ASPIRE membership in the area of data protection.

 

2. Who can be a member of the DP Expert Group?

Any person working for an ASPIRE member company who is nominated by their company.

Members may nominate more than one person to the group.

To nominate someone to the group, please contact the ASPIRE Team at: joinus@aspire.org.pl

 

3. How does the group function?

The DP Group is a free, self-directed team. The DP Team at Aon acts as Champion of the Group, which is also supported by the ASPIRE Team.

The Group determines its own agenda and activities.

Support includes ASPIRE Connect, a dedicated online tool for ASPIRE Expert Groups, which includes a Group Directory, Events Calendar and Resource Library.

 

4. What do Group meetings look like? How often do they take place?

Meetings focus on the nuts-and-bolts of DP governance and improvement of processing activities, including discussion on best practices to meet legal and regulatory requirements, how to effectively implement technical and organisational measure to adequately protect personal data, and how to respond to client’s expectations.

This format is designed to enable members to get up to speed with the upcoming challenges and at the same time to manage current obligations, hear from other organisations, and engage in discussion around topics of interest. Participants can post questions and share lessons learned from their own experiences.

Frequency of meetings is determined by the Group. Through regular meetings the Group aims to establish a network that participants can reach out to for ongoing support.

Introduction to Data Protection
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