The event ‘GDPR in research – what does it mean for research institutions?’ takes place on August 30th and focuses on the practical significance of the GDPR for research institutions and in particular for researchers working with personal research data. This event discusses services that must be offered to effectively support the research community and how they should be implemented. Anyone who is interested in GDPR implications for projects involving personal research data, especially those responsible for providing support to researchers, is welcome.
‘GDPR? What does it mean for my research and what do I have to do?’ takes place on August 31st and focuses on everyone who works with personal research data, or anyone who directly supports those who work with personal research data. During this event legal changes in the processing of personal data will be discussed, with the emphasis on practical implications for research with personal data and what needs to be done for this. In addition, the afternoon part of the event will consist of practical exercises with data encryption and data anonymisation, so that the participants can immediately implement their lessons in daily practice.
More information about and registration for ‘GDPR in research’ on August 30 can be found online.
More information about and registration for ‘GDPR? What does it mean for my research and what should I do?’ can be found here.