Hi, this is our series on how to protect personal data in daily work. We developed it to share with you our experience and put together what a single employee or associate should know about data protection. If you want to train your employees on GDPR-standard data protection, share this content with them! If you want to self-implement data protection system, check our A-Z course & templates!
Personal data protection depends on all staff members
This is a training for all employees and associates, including you
We cover GDPR standard, the highest data protection standard
Staff training is one of organizational measures to protect data
In this training, you will learn how a single staff member should protect personal data at work. Next to industry, country or even culture-specific norms on privacy, there is a universal standard to follow when you are at work.
This standard is now being set by the GDPR, the European Union’s regulation that is increasingly followed all over the world. The regulation and similar laws in different states require to train employees and associates, as the level of data protection depends on all staff members, including you.
We will start from scratch to clarify your understanding of what are personal data, what it means to process them and on whose behalf you act. You will learn what principles to apply, how to secure information and how to act in case a breach occurs. I will also cover providing information, collecting consents and handling data subject requests.
Having worked at the supervisory authority and carried out many data protection projects in national and international firms, now I tell what an every single staff member needs to know and follow in daily work. There is no time for theory and data protection is probably not the most important part of your job. But it is a part you want to approach efficiently, so privacy is respected and breaches are not likely to happen.
In case of legal proceedings or an inspection, the authority examines if you and your organization applied adequate measures to protect data. Also your clients might require your company to provide them with guarantees. Complete this training and start taking right steps.
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Next: GDPR staff training 2/17 – how do you approach data protection right now?
Table of contents:
GDPR staff training 1/17 – preview
GDPR staff training 2/17 – how do you approach data protection right now?
GDPR staff training 3/17 – why protect data at all?
GDPR staff training 4/17 – what are personal data?
GDPR staff training 5/17 – what is personal data processing?
GDPR staff training 6/17 – who processes personal data?
GDPR staff training 7/17 – how personal data should be processed?
GDPR staff training 8/17 – what are your roles & responsibilities?
GDPR staff training 9/17 – why the need to know principle is so important?
GDPR staff training 10/17 – what difference can you make?
GDPR staff training 11/17 – how do you approach data protection right now?
GDPR staff training 12/17 – why provide information on data processing?
GDPR staff training 13/17 – what is the sense of consents to data processing?
GDPR staff training 14/17 – what to include in and how to apply contracts?
GDPR staff training 15/17 – what to include in & how to apply contracts?
GDPR staff training 16/17 – how to handle data subject requests?
GDPR staff training 17/17 – wrap-up
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