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Overview

Course Introduction

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Foundation and Practitioner has a duration of four days and provides a complete introduction to the requirements of the new legislation, as well as a complete overview of how to plan, implement and maintain an EU GDPR compliance programme. It also allows candidates to fulfil the role of a Data Protection Officer (DPO). This is a role that will become a legal requirement in the majority EU Organisations under the new GDPR. This Foundation and Practitioner GDPR certification consists of the EU General Data Protection Regulation Foundation, which is covered during the first two days, and Practitioner which is the focus of the last two days.

  • Know about the job of a Data Processing Officer
  • Describe Accountability, the privacy compliance framework and a personal information management system
  • Learn to handle the requests of data subject access
  • Understand the job of Controllers and Processors
  • Get trained from certified instructors
  • Training provided by Global Training Providers

Audience

The course is intended for:

  • Information Security Professionals
  • Privacy Managers
  • Risk Managers
  • Compliance Officers
  • IT Security Professionals

Skills Gained

  • Understand the job of a DPO.
  • Describe personal data.
  • Understand the Legal necessities for a Data Protection Impact Assessment
  • Understand what is the job of controllers and processors, and the what is the relationships between the two
  • Rules for the transfer of personal data outside the EU and how to handle its compliance

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites required in order to take this course.

Outline

  • Understand the job of a DPO.
  • Describe personal data.
  • Describe Accountability, the privacy compliance framework and a personal information management system
  • Causes of common data security failures and their impact
  • Apply the six data protection principles and demonstrate compliance.
  • Securing personal data.
  • The Risk Management Infrastructure of an Organisation
  • Understand the Legal necessities for a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)
  • Conduction the DPIA using a DPIA tool.
  • Outline the need and the ways required for conducting a data mapping exercise.
  • Data Subjects rights
  • Consent – Providing and Revoking
  • Handling the requests of data subject access
  • Understand what is the job of controllers and processors, and the what is the relationships between the two
  • Rules for the transfer of personal data outside the EU and how to handle its compliance
  • Preparing for GDPR compliance using a compliance gap assessment tool.

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