Duration | 3 Days
Cost | €2,950 + VAT
In response to a number of clients’ concerns regarding their readiness for the new regulations we now offer a short three-day GDPR Readiness Audit including:
The GDPR is a sizeable directive, with three times as many articles and five times as much volume in the document. Here are some of the big changes:
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Be confident that your organisation’s policies and procedures are legally compliant with data protection legislation by completing Ireland’s first certified data protection practitioner programme.
Audits are used to identify any issues of concern about the way the organisation deals with personal data and to recommend solutions. Under GDPR, organizations now have an obligation to audit their data processing activities. A data controller or processor’s ability to conduct its own data protection audit is an invaluable skill to have when ensuring compliance obligation under GDPR.
Data Protection by Design is an approach to system design which takes privacy into account throughout the whole service, product or systems design process. Protection of personal data should not be retrofitted or seen as an afterthought but instead be seen as integral to systems development. Before the first line of code is written, as a data controller you should ask the following question should be asked;
1. What does the use of personal data mean for the customer?
2. What risks will the use of personal data pose to the fundamental rights of individuals?
3. Are the necessary technological measures in place to safeguard processing of personal data?
Gain valuable insight into the EU General Data Protection Regulations from multiple perspectives with our comprehensive Advanced Data Protection suite leading to full certification through the ICS European Certified Data Protection Officer Programme (ECDPO).
This course will be delivered online.
This introductory-level programme will help you ensure your organisation is compliant with current legislation and identify the steps you need to take to prepare for the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).