EFFECTIVE DATE 01 JULY 2021
POPI was signed by the President on 19 November 2013 and gazetted on 26 November 2013. It could be detrimental to your organization if you do not comply. You need to train all your staff on this important legislation. Non-compliance can lead to criminal and civil fines and complaints to the regulator. The Final Regulations were presented to Parliament on the 14th of December 2018. The President has proclaimed 1 July 2020 to be the POPI commencement date. It is important because a grace period of one year starts running from that date. The majority of the POPI Act (especially the sections that create compliance requirements) commences on 1 July 2020. These are sections 2 to 38; sections 55 to 109; section 111; and section 114 (1), (2) and (3).
TOPICS TO BE COVERED:
Overview of the Protection of Personal Information Act
Provisions dealing with Applications of the Act
Ensuring your organization meets the conditions as set out in the 8 principles of information processing
Requirements for capturing special personal information
Exemption from conditions for processing of personal information
Processing subject to prior authorization
Requirements and procedure for issuing a code of conduct within your industry
Powers, duties and functions of information regulator and information officer
Exploring the impact of the Protection of Personal Information Act on direct marketing
Transferring information cross border – understanding the restrictions on the flow of information
Dealing with complaints
Offences, Penalties and Admin fines or what will happen if my organization does not comply?
Timeframe for implementing the Protection of Personal Information within your organization
Implementation check list
The Final Regulations and compliance by Businesses.
The relationship between the POP ACT, PAIA ACT, ECT ACT, AND CPA ACT
Template-Consent to process personal information
Template-Privacy impact assessment report
Template-Prevention of Spam communication letter
PRESENTED BY The Credit and Cheque Specialist
DAVID ROSIN is a law graduate of the University of the Witwatersrand. He was responsible for introducing Veri-Cheque into South Africa during 1987. David has conducted courses nationally on legal and credit-related subjects for the past 18 years for over 5000 delegates as well as in-house training for many of the top 100 Companies in South Africa. David has presented courses in South Africa, Botswana; Lesotho, Swaziland, Namibia, Zambia, Kenya, Nigeria and Mauritius.
Anthea Booysen Tel: 726-5300
HOW MUCH: R 1210.00 members R 1565.00 non-members (inclusive of VAT)
TIME: 12:30 – 3:00 both days
WHEN: Split over 2 days 22nd and 23rd September 2021
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