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Library Privacy: how to protect patron privacy and data in libraries

 Export to Your Calendar 01/05/2018
When: 01/05/2018
17:30
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Engineering Library
Trumpington Street
Cambridge, ---  CB2 1PZ
United Kingdom
Presenter: Paul Pedley
Contact: Jo Bailey, CILIP East


Online registration is available until: 30/04/2018
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Library Privacy: how to protect patron privacy and data in libraries

Tuesday 1st May 2018, 5.30-8.30pm

A presentation by CILIP Onsite Trainer, Paul Pedley, covering privacy and data protection, aimed at providing practical advice directly for librarians.

Topics that will be covered include:

  • Why is privacy important (not just in terms of legal compliance)
  • Types of data that is collected on library users
  • Managing user data
  • Privacy tips for librarians
  • Some of the potential risk areas for libraries
  • Causes of library related data breaches
  • Examples of library procedures where privacy is an issue
  • Practical measures libraries can take to protect privacy

This talk aims to inspire a little bit of interaction for the session, encouraging attendees to discuss their experiences alongside related news stories and the role librarians can and should have in this field.

Price: CILIP Members £30 +VAT; Non-Members £35 +VAT

Includes a break for refreshments including hot drinks, sandwiches and cake.


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