UCL General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
These pages aim to help prepare UCL staff for GDPR which came into force across the EU on 25 May 2018.
This legislation introduces sweeping changes to the way in which personal data can be collected, used, retained and deleted; furthermore, it also significantly increases the penalties for non-compliance – 20million Euros / 4% of worldwide turnover. To meet the challenge of compliance posed by this new Regulation, UCL has established the UCL GDPR Preparedness Programme.
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This is an introductory presentation for staff on UCLs preparations for the incoming GDPR.
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This page provides UCL staff and students with details on how to access UCLs online GDPR training
Measuring UCL's progress to GDPR compliance
Guidance notices for UCL staff
In cases where there has been an incident which resulted in a potential breach of the GDPR, it is imperative that you report this immediately to Information Security Governance.
The information contained on these pages is intended to provide guidance on the GDPR to UCL staff only. It does not constitute wider legal advice on how to interpret data protection legislation. Where doubt exists, please contact the GDPR Programme firstname.lastname@example.org for further guidance.