Are you and your organisation ready for GDPR and EPrivacy Data Protection Regulation Due 25th May 2018?
Diploma in GDPR and EPrivacy Data Protection Regulation Course Overview
Does your organization process personal data of EU citizens? The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and ePrivacy Regulation will replace the Data Protection Act and ePrivacy Directive on the 25th of May 2018 and will affect every organization that processes personal data. These regulations bring substantial change to the rules around personal data and its use.
To ensure effective compliance by May 25th, 2018, organizations need to understand the requirements of the GDPR. This will allow for planning, implementation, and maintenance of a compliance program. In some instances, organizations may need to appoint a suitably qualified and trained data protection officer (DPO), who will report to senior management.
The Diploma in GDPR and EPrivacy Data Protection Regulation course will help give participants an understanding of the GDPR and ePrivacy and their requirements; giving you the knowledge to assist in implementing GDPR and ePrivacy in your organization. As complying with these regulations is a legal requirement and the fines can range from 2% to 4% of your annual turnover or â‚¬10 to â‚¬20 million, it is vital to start preparing now.
The course objective is to develop an understanding of the new GDPR and ePrivacy regulations, how they relate to your business and help you meet compliance.
Why GDPR is important to you
Who can benefit from this course?
- Senior management
- Head of HR
- Head of IT
- Anyone with responsibility for data processing and or protection
To be awarded the Diploma in GDPR and EPrivacy Data Protection Regulation participants will be required to successfully complete project work (100%).
What do I get for my fee?
- Access to your online student portal (view student portal site)
- Content Expert Lecturer
- Excellent college learning and information facilities (view college photos)
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