GDPR Training for Management
In this course you will learn:
- What the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) covers and why it is important.
- Your responsibilities relating to GDPR, and who is accountable for what.
- How to handle confidential data.
This course consists of five sections:
Section 1: what is the GDPR?
GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation. This section explains what this means, what the GDPR covers, the general principles of data protection, and why these are important.
Section 2: processing data
Section 2 covers the first five principles of the GDPR, which relate to the processing of data. Processing data means collecting, using, and keeping people’s personal information and this section explains why it is important that this data is kept up-to-date, accurate, and safe from loss or theft.
Section 3: security
Section 3 discusses the ways in which personal data can be kept safe, as well as the associated risks of which to be aware.
Section 4: accountability
Section 4 details the GDPR’s new accountability principle, which includes information on who is accountable and the punishments for noncompliance.
Section 5: individual’s rights
The GDPR was developed to increase individual’s rights over their data. This section examines these rights individually, explaining what they mean and why they matter.
About the Course
The GDPR for Management training course examines the EU data protection regulations in order to explain the actions you need to take to ensure compliance. It takes a detailed look at every aspect of the GDPR to give you a deep understanding of the rules regarding the collection and storage of personal data.
Split into five comprehensive sections, this course takes you through all the relevant terms and activities relating to data management. It provides specific, actionable guidance on everything you need to do in relation to processing and protecting the data under your control.
Available in 31 languages, the course takes around 40 minutes to complete.
All courses translated into over 30 languages.