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GDPR - Board Training

Provides the information board members and senior managers need to know to help ensure their organisation is not penalised for non-compliance with the GDPR. Course Details.

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GDPR - Practitioner Training

Ensure that as the person who has responsibility for data protection in your organisation, you have the required knowledge for to help your organisation towards full GDPR compliance. Course Details.

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GDPR - Core Training

Provides the starting point for any data protection training and is perfect for you if you handle personal data within an organisation; whether it’s a business, charity or public sector function. Course Details.

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GDPR - Foundation Training

Practical advice to staff who are responsible for processing personal data and executing data protection measures within their organisation in line with GDPR. Course Details.

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Introduction to GDPR

This CPD accredited GDPR training course helps to ensure confidentiality and data privacy and avoid GDPR fines and sanctions. Course Details.

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General Data Protection Regulation

This course will cover all of the important bits of GDPR you need to know about. The consequences of not knowing are enough to make you sit up and go ‘Heck, I wish I did know’. Course Details.

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GDPR Summary

WHAT IS GDPR?

The 1995 Data Protection Regulation was completely outdated with today’s technology and internet so in April 2016, the European Parliament refreshed data protection with the GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation.

 

The regulation requires that businesses have to ensure the protection of personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within European Union member states.

 

The regulation also covers the exportation of data outside of the EU.

WHO DOES IT APPLY TO?

The 1995 Data Protection Regulation was completely outdated with today’s technology and internet so in April 2016, the European Parliament refreshed data protection with the GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation.

 

The regulation requires that businesses have to ensure the protection of personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within European Union member states.

 

The regulation also covers the exportation of data outside of the EU.

WHAT IS THE FINE?

The GDPR allows for hefty penalties of up to €20 million or 4% of global annual turnover, whichever is higher, for non-compliance.

 

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May, 25th, 2018

 

 

 

 

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