Has your company taken the right measure to avoid data breaches and mitigate the risk? Is your 3rd party network prepared? If you suffer a breach, do you have the right processes in place to manage it and ensure you take the right remedial action? Under GDPR and the UK Data Protection Act of 2018 there are regulations that protect and regulate the use of an individual’s personal data. This course will look at how to avoid breaches of data privacy and how to minimise the effects.
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) was introduced and took effect on 25 May 2018. Article 33 and 34 of the GDPR introduced demanding requirements in response to a personal data breach, whether to report it and if the data subject should be notified.
Key to breach management is understanding what data and what categories of date you hold, how to identify a breach, when it is notifiable and what a notification must contain. This course will examine all these elements.
Who should take this course?
When a breach or possible breach is suspected, the Data Protection / Security officer in any organisation will need to be aware of key steps to take. Risk officers and personnel with responsibility for compliance, information security and data management as well as those responsible for cyber security- all will benefit from this course.
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