Today on The GDPR Series podcast, our focus is straight business talk, children’s data and moving from paper to digital! I chat with a creative business owner who deals with most of her data protection compliance tasks herself. Besides helping me translate data protection compliance language into plain speak, she shares with us how to just get on and do what needs doing. This business owner writes her own policies and does her own vendor risk assessments! Listen to find out more.
Our guest today is Stephanie McSherry the creative, and all-round wonder(ful) woman, owner of Kinderama. Kinderama is a unique multi-activity series of classes developed for the younger child’s abilities and attention span where every week has a different theme. Steph knows kids and kids love to try new things so Kinderama offers a huge variety of activities including dance, drama, music, gymnastics, yoga, sport and mindfulness. Besides classes, Kinderema offers holiday camps and voucher sales.
In this episode, Steph shares how she goes about meeting her data protection compliance requirements in really practical, no-nonsense ways. Steph has a common sense and direct approach which really works for SME GDPR compliance. We discuss the responsibility involved in minding children’s data, including special categories of data (health data), minding the movement of data between locations, assessing vendors and the responsibilities of paper-based data versus digital data. If you’d like to learn more about Kinderama or book your smallies into classes or camps, you can use the contact details below.