With data breaches regularly in the media, it is essential that everyone who works with people’s data is aware of their legal requirements. Whether you work in a marketing team or run a local community group, you will process someone’s personally identifiable information, and you need to do this legally and correctly.
What will you learn by taking this course?
✅ ️ Ad Blockers The role of organizational leaders and decision-makers in GDPR compliance.
✅ Ad Blockers Everything required to bring on board in further discussions with GDPR specialists.
✅ Ad Blockers The purpose and contents of the GDPR.
Who is this course aimed at?
✅ Ad Blockers Organizations and decision-makers who require an understanding of the GDPR basic and its relevance for organizations different employees to get improve skills in GDPR.
✅ Ad BlockersEvery organization small to big departments and teams that want to make sure everyone is up to speed with the GDPR compliance.
✅ Ad BlockersOrganizations want to his employee’s introduction to the regulation and need to the proper policy that's why about to be GDPR compliance offers seeking an introduction to the regulation.
✅Ad BlockersCompliant organizations looking to educate old to new employees on the GDPR.
About this course
Learn everything you need to know about the GDPR's most effective information for your organization.
The General Data Protection Regulation is shaping policies and apply not only in IT organizations but throughout virtually every department in small to big organizations across the world. This course will explain the GDPR in some simple terms, equipping you to make the most effective decisions and collaborate with GDPR compliance officers to ensure your business is toeing the right line. Jumpstart your GDPR training today!
Chapter 1 : Introduction
✔️ Well come
✔️ GDPR – Recognizing Advances in Technology and Consumer right
✔️ The Data Protection Directive (DPD)
Chapter 2: The Basics
✔️ The Scope ✔️ Important Dates
Chapter 3: Personal Data
✔️ Special Categories of Data
✔️ Personal Data
✔️ Pseudonymized Data
Chapter 4: The Roles
✔️ Data Subject
✔️ Data Processor
✔️ Data Protection Officer (DPO)
✔️ The Roles
✔️ Data Controller
Chapter 5: GDPR Principles
✔️ Principle 1st : Processed Lawfully, Fairly
✔️ Principle 3rd : collect the minimum data you need
✔️ Principle 5th : Retain the data for limited period
✔️ Principle 7th : Accountability - Record, prove compliance.
✔️ Principle 2nd : Collected for Specified, Explicit
✔️ Principle 4th : Store Accurate and Kept Up-to-date
✔️ Principle 6th : Processed in a Manner that Ensure secure
Chapter 6: The Data Subject’s Rights
✔️ The Right to Information
✔️ The Right to Rectification
✔️ The Right to Erasure
✔️ The Data Subject’s Rights
✔️ The Right to Access
Chapter 7: The Lawful Bases for Processing
✔️ The Legal Bases
✔️ Contractual Necessity
✔️ Vital Interest
✔️ Legitimate Interest
✔️ Legal Obligations
✔️ Public Interest
Chapter 8: Privacy Notices
✔️ Privacy Notice Rules under the GDPR
✔️ Privacy Notices - Why?
✔️ Privacy Notices - When?
✔️ Privacy Notices - What?
✔️ Privacy Notices - Where?
✔️ Privacy Notices - How?
What does 'GDPR' stand for?
"GDPR' stands for 'General Data Protection Regulation".
What is the GDPR?
"GDPR' stands for the 'General Data Protection Regulation". It is an EU regulation that addresses the transfer and storage of data in and outside the European Union and the European Economic Area.
Does the GDPR apply to every business?
Well, GDPR applies to all business organizations established in or outside the EU that stores or transfers data from within the EU. It also applies to individuals or person, unless they utilize data solely for 'domestic or personal activity'.
In short, any business small or medium and big from a self-employed every trader to an international conglomerate can find GDPR applies to them
What is the value of GDPR training?
With the GDPR applying to all business organizations which established and utilize in EU data, qualified data protection officers are in extremely high demand. According to Glassdoor, data protection officers in the UK can earn between £27,000 and over £89,000+, while in the US they can earn up to $150,000+ according to Medium.
What are the penalties for failing to be GDPR-compliant?
The fines for failing to be GDPR compliant depend on which articles, documents and data are breached. The first choice is up to €10 million, 2% annual global turnover, while the second is up to €20 million or 4% annual global turnover. In both cases, the fee will be whichever option is higher.
Why is the GDPR so important?
The GDPR is important in two respects reason: first reason, it protects the data rights of EU citizens. Second reason, it clarifies exactly what steps business organizations are required to take in order to protection these rights & organizations minimize the possibility of data breaches.
How does the GDPR work?
GDPR works by clarifying what business organizations must do in order to protect his customer data, setting strict standards for accountability and compliance. it also imposes harsh fines and Punishment on businesses that fail to take the necessary steps .
Who can benefit from studying the GDPR?
All business organizations which work with his customer data from EU citizens can benefit from studying the GDPR. GDPR training can also offer help data protection or safeguard officers and IT managers to take on more responsibilities for his skills and earn higher-paying roles.
What other frameworks can complement GDPR?
GDPR compliance is highly compatible with COVIT 2019, a framework dedicated to aligning all small to big organization business and IT goals. It is the almost like same frameworks ITIL 4, which prioritize compliance.
- Key Features:
- Created by a Security expert :
- Access period : 12 months
- Course duration : 40+ hours
- Quizzes & revision exams :
- Certificate of completion :
- Support : 24/7 hours
What is GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to all organizations anywhere in the GDPR protects the personal data of any data subjectworld that handle, store, or process the personal data of EU citizens. Established by the European Parliament, GDPR dictates the procedures and consequences concerning data breaches, and the requirements for notifying customers should a breach occur. The GDPR's primary aim is to give control to individuals over their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU. It also addresses the transfer of personal data outside the EU and EEA areas.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a data protection law for Europe as well as any organizations doing business in Europe. Aspire Tech delivers key services to help you strategically and holistically address GDPR compliance.
organization concerned about including GDPR-related fines
breaches detected by regulators, card brands and banks
companies marking GDPR a high priority
Protecting Data for European Customers
The EU GDPR will increase privacy for individuals and give regulatory authorities greater powers to take action against businesses that breach the new laws. Here's what it means for your business.
Tough penalties :
fines of up to
4% of annual global revenu
whichever is greater.
The regulation also applies to non-EU companies that process personal data of indiveduals in the EU.
Interactive, Role-Based Content Library
Help employees understand the scope of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) training requirements as well as the related rights and responsibilities.
- The GDPR requires that your employees be trained and knowledgeable (articles 39 and 47).
- The EU regulation applies to all organizations processing the personal information of EU data subjects, regardless of where they are located in the world.
- Failure to comply with GDPR may result in serious fines and reputation risks.
The GDPR training solution helps educate your workforce on how to better protect personal information and strengthen learning to maximize behavior change.
Is Your Organization Prepared?
Is your organization prepared? Does everyone know what information is contained by GDPR? Has your company met GDPR compliance training requirements?
Have you even addressed GDPR training yet? Ask yourself these questions to see what you know.
Being GDPR compliant is not easy. Thorough planning is required, and several factors need to be considered. Some of these factors are as follows:
- The storage, transfer, access, and security of electronic information.
- Document retention schedules and their implementation
- Written proof of compliance
- Documentation pertaining to data protection
- Type of data that is being stored and transferred
- Incorporation of newly-created data
- Data accessibility
- Data content
Under certain circumstances a Data Protection Officer is required, part of their role is to follow a strict protocol to identify personal data that the company processes and ensure its protection under the guidelines of the GDPR. In short, following these protocols make a company eligible for GDPR-compliance.
Who is required to follow the GDPR requirements?
The GDPR applies to:
- A company or entity which processes personal data as part of the activities of one of its branches established in the EU, regardless of where the data is processed; or
- A company established outside the EU and is offering goods/services (paid or for free) or is monitoring the behavior of individuals in the EU.
Any organization that meets these requirements must follow the GDPR data privacy regulations. This includes businesses who market or sell to customers in the EU, whether they are located there or not.
Whose data does the GDPR protect?
GDPR protects the personal data of any data subject located in the EU, as explained below:
- Personal data is any information that relates to an identified or identifiable living individual. Different pieces of information, which collected together can lead to the identification of a particular person, also constitute personal data.
- Personal data that has been de-identified, encrypted but can be used to re-identify a person remains personal data and falls within the scope of the GDPR
It does not matter if the person is a customer, employee, volunteer or intern, citizen of the EU or not – any organization that collects personal data from someone in the EU must follow the GDPR regulations or risk the effects.
Who should take this course?
The course is designed for managers and employees that use or hold personal data, both inside and outside of the EU, and who need to have an understanding of the GDPR rules.
It is important to note that Europe was always aware of the importance of public content safety and had, therefore, already implemented the Data Protection Directive in the year 1995. This was when Internet was yet to become the hub of businesses. However, with time, the requirement for a more detailed regulation was understood and implemented in the form of GDPR.
That’s why The course is designed for managers and employees that use or hold personal data, both inside and outside of the EU, and who need to have an understanding of the GDPR rules.
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