Consider it handled; your business guide to data protection and GDPR in Kenya

Good Morning Listers,

Botlab will be hosting data protection session for SMEs.

What kind of data are you(organisation/SME) collecting from your clients?
How are you using this data? Do you know your clients are protected by the
Data protection act 2019 and GDPR? They could sue your Small business that
is already battling to survive in this economy. We understand that legal
teams are expensive, there is no excuse to not comply. 4% of your gross
income as a payout under GDPR, or Ksh. 5M / 1% of annual turnover, could
kill your business. Come learn how to comply as a small business.

*Why should you come; *We will look into the act, break it down how as a
small business ( in tech, events, marketing, tours customer facing etc) can
comply. What practices should you embrace? What should you stop doing? What
do to if you are reported by a client for non compliance…….AND MORE.

*We’ve created a prelude for the session. You can read it here
<www.linkedin.com/pulse/consider-handled-your-business-guide-data-protection-kenya-mercy-njue>*

Our speakers will be Rosemary Kimwatu
<ke.linkedin.com/in/rosemary-koech-kimwatu-47536520>, Grace
Githaiga, <www.linkedin.com/in/gracegithaiga/?originalSubdomain=ke>
and Juliet Maina
<www.linkedin.com/in/juliet-wangui-maina-62693029/?originalSubdomain=ke>
.

*Session details.*
*Date and time: *19th Feb 2019. 5.30pm to 8.30pm
* Location*: Lattice community 11th Floor, Applewood Adams (Adams arcade
roundabout) Along Ngong road
*Cost:* 1500pp

We look forward to hosting you. Poster is attached below.

Regards,

KICTANet Admin information

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