IDM Professional Certificate in GDPR
(Cert GDPR) This course is ONLINE, e-learning
During your Qualification in GDPR you will gain:
- A solid working knowledge of the practical implications of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to help you avoid heavy fines and damage to your business’ reputation
- This Certificate programme was awarded the Memcom 2018 Best Training or Accreditation Initiative and has been developed in partnership with the DMA Legal Team, DMA Responsible Marketing Committee and the GDPR External Working Party.
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- Understand how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affects processing outside of the EU
- Recognise how the GDPR was developed by EU lawmakers
- How will the law be enforced?
- Key definitions and scope
- The global scope of the legislation
- Who is affected by the Regulation and what are the responsibilities?
- The concepts behind the principle of Accountability
- What the principle of accountability will mean to your businesses
- The use of Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA) tools to measure accountability
- The role of the Data Protection Officer (DPO) to keep checks on accountability
- The importance of keeping records of processing activities
- What valid consent is under the GDPR
- When organisations must use consent
- When consent is not appropriate
- Key practical changes to make to your consent statements
- How long consent lasts for
- What is it?
- How to conduct the balancing test
- Relevant examples of use and risk mitigations
- Definition and the 3 types of profiling
- What are the specific requirements and conditions?
- Right to object
- Access to data & right to rectification
- Right to be forgotten & right to erasure
- Data minimisation
- Right to data portability
- Article 13: Information to be provided where personal data are collected from the data subject
- Article 14: Information to be provided where personal data have not been obtained from the data subject
- Role of a Data Protection Officer
- Conducting a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)
- Conducting a Data Protection Compliance Review (DPCR)
- How to undertake risk minimisation measures
- Data retention
- Staff training
- Understand data security risks
- Ability to pursue confinement and data minimisation strategies
- What are the changes to contracts under GDPR ISO27001 overlap
- Cloud, computing considerations
- Mobile technologies
- Data leakage monitoring
- Preparing an action plan for pre-implementation
- Designing a ‘security aware’ culture
- Managing data in a structured way