The General Data Protection Regulation is shaping policies and practices not only in IT, but throughout virtually every department in organizations across the world. This course will explain the GDPR in simple terms, equipping you to make effective decisions and collaborate with GDPR compliance officers to ensure your business is toeing the line. Kickstart your GDPR training today!
- Documenting compliance activity. Documentation and audit are an important part of meeting GDPR compliance.
- General awareness of GDPR and cybersecurity.
- Reduced human error.
- Meeting the Data Subject Access Rights (DSARs)
- Ticking the GDPR box through GDPR Awareness Training
Who this course applies to:
- Organizations and decision-makers who require an understanding of the GDPR and its relevance for different employees
- Prospective GDPR compliance offers seeking an introduction to the regulation
- Teams and departments that want to make sure everyone is up to speed with the GDPR
- Compliant organizations looking to educate new employees on the GDPR
- The role of leaders and decision-makers in GDPR compliance
- The purpose and contents of the GDPR
- Everything required to engage in further discussions with GDPR specialists
Structure of training
Domain 1: Introduction
- The Data Protection Directive (DPD)
- GDPR – Recognizing Advances in Technology
- GDPR – Recognizing Advances in Consumer Rights
Domain 2: The Basics
- Important Dates
- The Scope
Domain 3: Personal Data
- Personal Data
- Special Categories of Data
- Pseudonymized Data
Domain 4: The Roles
- The Roles
- Data Subject
- Data Controller
- Data Processor
- Data Protection Officer (DPO)
Domain 5: GDPR Principles
- GDPR Principles
- Principle One: Processed Lawfully, Fairly and Transparently
- Principle Two: Collected for Specified, Explicit and Legitimate Purposes
- Principle Three: Adequate, Relevant and limited to what is Necessary for Processing
- Principle Four: Accurate and Kept Up-to-date
- Principle Five: Kept in a Form that Allows the Identification of Data Subjects only as Long as Necessary
- Principle Six: Processed in a Manner that Ensures its Security
Domain 6: The Data Subject’s Rights
- The Data Subject’s Rights
- The Right to Information
- The Right to Access
- The Right to Rectification
- The Right to Erasure
- The Right to Restrict Processing
Domain 7: The Lawful Bases for Processing
- The Legal Bases
- Contractual Necessity
- Legal Obligations
- Vital Interest
- Public Interest
- Legitimate Interest
Domain 8: Privacy Notices
- Privacy Notice Rules under the GDPR
- Privacy Notices – Why?
- Privacy Notices – What?
- Privacy Notices – Where?
- Privacy Notices – When?
- Privacy Notices – How?
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