The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the toughest privacy and security law in the world. Though it was drafted and passed by the European Union (EU), it imposes obligations onto organizations anywhere, so long as they target or collect data related to people in the EU. The regulation was put into effect on May 25, 2018. The GDPR will levy harsh fines against those who violate its privacy and security standards, with penalties reaching into the tens of millions of euros.
A company that fails to meet GDPR can receive a €20 million fine, and the regulations involved in GDPR can be difficult to understand and apply correctly. This course will teach you everything you need to know about GDPR in a clear and simple manner. If you work with a company that handles any kind of consumer data, this could protect you from serious financial losses.
All businesses use personal data gathered from customers, suppliers, and colleagues in some way or another. It is in our collective interest to protect this data and keep it confidential in line with existing regulations and common sense.
What GDPR Manages
Data protection regulations manage how our business uses personal information, including how we may collect it, the situations in which we are permitted to use it, and for how long we may retain it. Effective 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaced the national data protection laws in all EU member states. The GDPR enhances the rights of individuals by furthering the rights associated with individuals’ personal data held in certain locations. It also covers the portability of data sets from one firm to another. In addition, the GDPR encourages businesses to set up processes and products in a way that does not involve more personal data than needed. Penalties for non-compliance can be severe including significant fines and reputational damage.
What this cours addresses
This course addresses the rules and requirements of the GDPR, promulgated by the EU with effect from 2018. The GDPR covers the critical area of obtaining, using, storing, managing and deleting personal data, and represents a substantial regulatory expansion of personal data protection rules and requirements. The course is important to individuals and institutions both within the EU and those outside the EU that may deal with personal data relevant to persons in the EU. The GDPR imposes significant requirements and provides for substantial sanctions on all such individuals and institutions and represents a major advance in global personal data protection regulation.
- 16 hours
- 4 Days
- 4 lessons
- 50 minutes per lesson
The topics covered in the course include:
- Key Definitions
- Data Protection
- Rules and Principles
- Rights of Individuals
- Security Requirements
- Sharing, Using, Transferring and Deleting Data
- Overview of legal systems and their interrelationships
- Embedding GDPR within organisations under common law, civil law and other legal systems
- Major required changes in corporate governance standards and processes
- Subtle effects of ‘Big Data’
- How to succeed under the self-reporting model of GDPR
- overviewWhat is data protection?
- Who does GDPR apply to?
- What does GDPR apply to?
- principlesPrinciples of GDPR
- Knowledge Check
- Individuals Rights.
- Knowledge Check.
- GDPR Responsibilities
- Breach Notification.
- Knowledge Check.
- Certified Data Protection Officer from the Austrian Authorities
- Certified IPMA, Project Manager
- Certified Risk Manager
- Certified Scrum Agile Foundation
- Post Graduate Studies from Graz University, Project Management
You will get the best of the trainer’s 15 years experience in project management flavoured with certification from European Associations.