GDPR Practitioner Training in Luxembourg

Autore: kristy  Data di invio: 28/8/2019 16:03:37

<p>GDPR Practitioner Training Course in Luxembourg enables you to develop the necessary knowledge, skills and competence to effectively implement and manage a compliance framework with regard to the protection of personal data. Candidates will learn how to appreciate the necessity of complying with the GDPR - ensuring that personal data is secure and that your organization does not face a catastrophic fine of up to 20 million Euros or 4% of your annual global turnover. You will understand that almost everyone including private individuals, employees and employers need to know about the GDPR. Training all staff in GDPR not only reduces the risk of a data breach it can also be used as evidence that appropriates steps has been put in place to prevent a breach. Article 39 of the GDPR outlines the need for training and staff awareness. Anyone involved in the implementing and maintaining of the GDPR in an organization should be having a Practitioner level training. The multifaceted nature of the GDPR means that organizations will need to have their systems reviewed and enhanced - which will require a number of individuals with specialist hard-skills. Hence, this course offers an introduction to the GDPR and enables candidates to enhance their knowledge of what their role will be in maintaining a programme of compliance. The two-day Certified EU General Data Protection Regulation Practitioner (GDPR) Training Course in Luxembourg focuses on the application of the Regulation, how the data protection principles work in practice, the policies and procedures necessary, and practical guidance on how to implement an effective privacy and information security compliance programme. <a href=" ... ining</a></p>
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