The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new single set of rules that aims to strengthen and unify data protection. Building on the Data Protection Act 1998, it will provide new rights for data subjects around transparency, notification, access, erasure and portability. Any company that stores or processes personal information about EU citizens within EU states must comply with the GDPR, even if they do not have a business presence within the EU. Companies who do not comply face fines of up to €20 million or 4% of their annual turnover.
About this course
The GDPR Foundation course is a one-day training programme designed to help organisations understand the GDPR and what actions they need to take to be compliant with the new laws. The course will cover the main parts of the regulation and help you understand it’s main principles, the obligations it places on organisations and the rights it provides to individuals.
Who should attend
Suitable for managers, compliance staff, human resources, finance and administration
personnel, marketing teams, IT staff and anyone who needs to understand GDPR
and its impact on business and individuals.
Timings: 09:30 - 16:30
Location: EIC London, EIC Aberdeen & EIC Teesside
Dietary: Directors, managers, engineers, sales professionals, finance personnel and anyone who needs a better understanding of contracts and terms & conditions.
- Introduction to data protection
- Overview and background of the GDPR
- The six privacy principles
- Legal bases for processing personal data
- Rights of data subject
- The new rules for Data Processors
- Privacy by design and default
- Data Protection Impact Assessments
- The role of Data Protection Officer (DPO) under the GDPR
- International transfers of personal data
- Personal data breaches and notification requirements
- Remedies, liabilities and administrative fines
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Upon completion the attendee will have a thorough understanding of:
The new requirements within the GDPR and the principles that underpin them
The key activities that your organisation needs to take to be compliant with the new rules
Insights into the new requirements for data processors, breach reporting and data protection impact assessments
The knowledge required to implement the new policies and processes required by the GDPR
The role of the Data Protection Officer and whether your organisation needs to appoint one