EU General Data Protection Regulation Foundation (GDPR) Training Course with Certification



GDPR (The European Union General Data Protection Regulation) seminar

The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a global effort to digitalise the “Single Market" initiatives and to strengthen the EU citizens' and the customers right to privacy and transparent disclosure of personal data and to avoid cyber and IT-Security breaches. The sweeping changes of GDPR implementation across Europe is an excellent opportunity for all companies to either streamline, refurbish or clean-up their critical IT, data, systems, technology as well as their business processes to create corporate digital value.

The excessive hype around GDPR and the enormous effort and expense to comply, signals the so-called right to privacy for individuals and companies.

The goal of the EU GDPR legislation is to ensure a single, harmonised data privacy law within the European Union. With the continued and increasing risk of data breaches from cyber-attacks and hacking, the EU GDPR aims to prevent the loss of personal data by improving data security for all individuals and customers in EU member states. Organisations have until 25th May 2018 to comply or potentially face fines of up to 4% of annual turnover or €20 million.

The one-day EU General Data Protection Regulation 'classroom' course: provides a comprehensive introduction and the practical understanding of the implementation implications, legal requirements and how to implement the regulation within the organisation.

During the course, we will go thru the implementation path to ensure EU GDPR compliance, and how you as an IT and data consultant can help companies avoid additional work, and loss of reputation resulting from data breaches. Besides implementation structures, we will also focus on cyber resilience, data protection, and cybersecurity issues that are mandatory within the law.

Workshops:

During the seminar, we will review current IT and data issues regarding GDPR implementation and how you can help companies to develop an IT and data security strategy. The seminar will be conducted as a GDPR workshop to identify the significant effects of GDPR and recognise several key areas of action, including a roadmap & framework. We have developed separate GDPR in.-house workshops as part of the training requirements of the legislation.
http://www.eugdpr.institute/2017/copenhagen/GDPR-Key-Framework.pdf

Scope:

The GDPR FAS certification course will provide a complete overview to the EU GDPR, with a practical understanding of the implications and legal requirements for an organisation of any size. We will further focus on the practical application (Foundation) and the material substance of the GDPR articles on the GDPR execution including scope, approach, structure, data flows and mapping to ensure ongoing compliance. (Application & Substance)

Date:

Saturday 28th October 2017

Venue:

The Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Diplomvej 381, 2800 Lyngby.

Time:

Session start from 09:00-16:30.
Registration at 08:30

Price

DKK 1700,00 +VAT for the course
DKK 900 + VAT for certification

Stipulation:

You will also be able to achieve the EU GDPR Foundation, Application & Substance (EU GDPR FAS) qualification certification. The certification is optional and can be taken right after the seminar or within the next day of the course on the web. The holder of an EU GDPR FAS qualification exam certificate will be registered on the EUGDPR Institute® successful candidate record database. With the registration, you can demonstrate the validity of your GDPR qualification to current and prospective employers worldwide or use it for your next assignment.

Instructors


Kenneth Steen Hansen

Kersi F Porbunderwalla
Secretary General
Copenhagen Compliance


GDPR course is conducted in English. The practical implementation examples, experiences and best practices will be from Danish/Nordic and other global companies.


Course Content

  1. The background of EU GDPR and the significant terminology.
  2. The fundamental differences between the Data Protection Act and the EU GDPR.
  3. The data subject’s rights to individual’s personal data.
  4. Procedure for Processing Subject Access Requests (access to personal data)
  5. GDPR Privacy rules; marketing requirements and breaches and summary.
  6. The implementation track to EU GDPR compliance:
    1. Privacy by Design and Default
    2. The What, When and How of Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA)
    3. Conducting Data audits
    4. Training and competence requirements
    5. Incident response and breach reporting
    6. Updating policies and procedures
    7. Multijurisdictional & territorial scope of the EU GDPR
    8. International data transfers.

    The course includes:

    • Professional training venue with breakfast, lunch and refreshments.
    • Comprehensive documentation (as digital copy. PDF file optional).
    • A chronological summary of all GDPR articles with an explanation on each article to ensure the right understanding of the articles in question during implementation
    • The Copenhagen Compliance® GDPR Roadmap and Framework
    • EU GDPR Foundation, Application & Substance Exam (EU GDPR FAS). (optional)
    • Certificate of attendance







    Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
    Science and Technology Park, SCION
    Diplomvej 381
    DK-2800 Lyngby
    Denmark