WHAT IS GDPR?
GDPR is all about protecting customer and employee data. It requires organizations to adopt stricter data protection policies, to document how they store, use and share personal data and review data governance principles regularly to ensure compliance.
The focus of the GDPR is to strengthen and unify data protection for individuals within the EU as well as address the export of personal data outside the European Union (EU), which means it protects the misuse of personal identifiable information (PII) of any kind of EU citizens.
- Develop an understanding of the underpinning principles, terminology, and concepts of the GDPR.
course content / outline
Topics to be covered in this course include:
- Privacy Framework – ISO 29001
- GDPR and Privacy Alignment
- Data Privacy Impact Assessment
- Alignment of Privacy controls with DPO
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Business unit head who want to understand the requirements of GDPR and its effect on the organisation.
- Professionals who wish to have basic knowledge on data privacy and looking forward to enhancing their career with the professional certification.
Data protection consultants.
Information security managers.
IT & Project managers.
Corporate governance managers.
Risk and compliance managers.
- Prior Knowledge about ISO 27001 standard is desirable
- Candidates will be assessed through an objective based online examination at the end of the course.
- Exam duration is for 60 minutes.
- Minimum passing criteria is 60%.
- Candidates who scores minimum or above 60% in the online examination will be issued TÜV SÜD’s Data Privacy and EU GDPR Foundation Certification
- Unsuccessful candidates will be issued a certificate of attendance
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