On 25 May 2018 the European General Data Protection Regulation (DPR) became effective. This means that from that date onwards, the same privacy legislation applies throughout the European Union (EU).
The GDPR strengthens the position of those involved (the people whose data is processed). They receive new privacy rights and their existing rights become stronger. Organisations that process personal data are given more obligations. The emphasis is on the responsibility of organisations to be able to demonstrate that they comply to the GDPR.
“Privacy is for a large part an important aspect of information security. Organisations must also be able to demonstrate that they have done their utmost to prevent data breaches.”
The training addresses the most important aspects of the GDPR. For example awareness, rights of those involved, records of processing activities, privacy impact assessment, measures, reporting data breaches, processor agreements and the rights of data subjects.
Benefits of the training Human factor:
- Gain insight into the most important aspects of the GDPR.
- Learn how to identify privacy risks and take appropriate measures.
- Learn how to demonstrate that your organisation, product or service complies with the GDPR.