SMEs are not exempt from complying with POPIA from 1 July 2021.
In fact, non-compliance could result in hefty penalties, including fines of up to R10 million, 10 years’ imprisonment for the head of the organisation or civil damages claimed by individuals whose data is being incorrectly stored and processed.
In this webinar, ENSafrica Executives and POPIA experts, Era Gunning and Nicole Gabryk guide SMEs on how to comply with POPIA with urgency. Joining the discussion is lifelong entrepreneur Mike Anderson, the founder and CEO of the National Small Business Chamber (NSBC).
Besides general POPIA compliance, ENSafrica’s speakers touch on other obligations such as:
- appointing information officers
- conducting impact assessments
- developing POPIA compliance frameworks, data protection policies and privacy policies
- developing internal processes and holding training sessions
- making disclosures to individuals whose data is being stored and processed
- agreements with third parties
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