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Data Protection for Financial Firms

  • ID: 1088422
  • November 2009
  • Incisive Media
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Data Protection for Financial Firms: A Practical Guide to Managing Privacy and Information Risk

Data Protection for Financial Firms deals with the practical application of privacy legislation and offers direction in developing and maintaining an effective privacy regime.

The book provides the reader with practical guidance across a broad range of data protection issues, from dealing with marketing concerns from a legal and practitioner perspective to providing training and awareness to staff.

The contributors have given advice from their practical experience as practitioners or advisors and have provided viewpoints from a legal, technical, and operational perspective.

Recent years have seen an explosion in the volume of data collected and processed by financial firms and the public have a justifiable interest in how this personal data is used and protected. Privacy professionals must ensure they comply with the 1998 Data Protection Act and associated legislation and guidance from regulators, while also implementing and managing a sound privacy and information risk regime within their individual companies. There is often a degree of conflict as businesses READ MORE >

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1 Introduction to Privacy and Information Risk
Bridget Treacy
Hunton and Williams

2 Privacy and Information Risk Training – practical tips
Julie Aspinall

3 Subject Access Requests
Rosemary Bubb

4 Managing Privacy Breaches
Bridget Treacy
Hunton and Williams

5 Marketing – The legal requirements
Louise Townsend
Pinsent Masons

6 Marketing – Practitioner issues
Rhys Jones, Suzanne Rodway and Fedelma Good

7 Data Privacy Standards as Models for Best Practice and Their Role in Compliance
Nicola McKilligan
European Privacy Partnership

8 Data Sharing
Chris Pounder
Amberhawk Training

9 Outsourcing to third party vendors
Simon McDougall

10 Data Transfer Solutions: Navigating Through the Maze
Vinod Bange
Speechly Bircham

11 Employee Monitoring
William Malcolm
Pinsent Masons

12 Whistleblowing and Data Protection
Robert Bond
Speechly Bircham


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Tim Gough is the Regional Head of Privacy and Information Risk for Europe and Asia at the Royal Bank of Canada. Prior to working at RBC, Tim worked for the Royal Bank of Scotland, and in the Governance and Regulation practice at Deloitte. Prior to working in the financial services industry, Tim spent a year as a graduate trainee at Macmillan publishers, working on academic politics and economics titles, and previously edited Anti-Money Laundering: A Guide for Financial Firms for Risk Books.

Tim is a member of the BBA Data Protection Panel and a committee member of the Data Protection Finance Group, and holds the ISEB Certificate in Data Protection.

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