Data protection law is undergoing a major overhaul. You must be compliant by May 2018 otherwise you may face significant fines, sanctions and reputational damage.
It is one of many factors that will cause you overhaul your policies, strategies and governance for managing personal data.
Policies and strategies have often been developed in isolation with the consequence that business processes, data systems, oversight and accountability are not aligned. This increases risk, causes inefficiency, waste and excessive cost.
This course reviews the new regulation within the broader context of managing personal data. It describes alternative approaches to strategy and policy design to help you get the right approach for your organisation for GDPR compliance.
- Background to the overhaul of data protection legislation and the rise of digital marketplaces
- Different options for policies and strategies for managing personal data
- Ways of evaluating your own organisation and selecting the right policy/strategy mix
The eLearning course takes 40-60 minutes.
The seminar duration is a half-day.
The eLearning module comes with an optional certification.
The seminar has an optional certificate of attendance.
The course modules and certification test are globally available without restriction.
They can be accessed 24/7.
The cost of the course for one delegate is GBP 250.00 (plus VAT where applicable). This cost includes a licence for GDPR Key Facts and Impacts.
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- The eLearning Course
- A recognised certificate
- Goals and objectives of managing personal data
- Engagement with customers and stakeholders
- Regulatory compliance (inc statutory)
- Risk management
The regulatory landscape for personal data
- The General Data Protection Regulation
- Related regulations
- Roles, responsibilities and accountabilities
Policies and purpose
- The objectives of policies
- Data Management Policy
- Records Management Policy
- Information Security Policy
- Aligning policies
Strategies for managing personal data
- Legacy systems
- Centralised approaches
- Federated approaches
Selecting suitable strategy and policy mix for your organisation
- Evaluating capabilities
- Selecting the right approach
- Call for action
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