Key Workplace Data Protection Considerations In The Remote Working Environment

Posted in : Hot topics in Employment and Technology Law with Matheson on 27 April 2021
Deirdre Crowley
Issues covered: Data Protection; Remote Working; Data Protection Officer; GDPR

Co-author: Deirdre Crowley and Eimear Boyle

Deirdre Crowley and Eimear Boyle take a look at some of the frequently asked questions by employers navigating the new challenges of the remote workplace.  These topics (and more) will be discussed in detail at the Data Protection Ireland Update 2021 event on 3 June 2021. At this event, Deirdre and Eimear will be joined by Meg McMahon, Assistant Data Protection Commissioner to analyse the current data protection themes for employers in the remote working context and generally.

Remote working and data protection – what are some of the key considerations?

There are broadly two categories of specific data protection issues that arise for

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