Data protection officers, leaders and senior managers across all private, public, voluntary and government sectors who are directly accountable for data protection and have practical experience and knowledge in technology/data processing, audits, compliance/risk management, legal/regulatory affairs, human resources or general management.
Non-compliance of the GDPR can result in fines of up to 4% of global turnover or €20m, as well as significant reputational damage and a loss of market and customer confidence that can negatively impact sales. Your organisation will benefit from a senior manager who is well-placed to implement technical and organisational measures required under the GDPR as well as comply with other legal requirements ahead of 2018. In many cases there will also be a requirement to appoint a suitably qualified and trained data protection officer (DPO) that will report to the board.
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- Informing and advising the controller and staff about who is processing personal data and their obligations which are pursuant to this Regulation;
- Monitoring and complying with this Regulation which includes the assignment of responsibilities and awareness
- Providing advice to staff when requested, regarding the data protection impact assessment and how to monitor its performance pursuant to Article 35 of the GDPR.
- Cooperating with the ICO
- Taking responsibility as the main point of contact on issues related to the processing of personal data
- Introductions & Welcome
- GDPR Introduction,
- GDPR Protection Laws
- Data Subjects & their Rights
- Developing a Risk Management FrameworkUnderstanding Risk
- Incident Management and Data Protection Impact Assessment
- Subject Access Requests
- Cloud Providers & International Data Requests
- Accountability & Governance
- Course Review & Next Steps