The European Union has established a privacy regulation that will fill a current void as the new global standard for privacy regulation. The GDPR (Global Data Privacy Regulation) clarifies how data is viewed and secured. The Global Data Privacy Regulation is a set of standards outlining minimal data privacy requirements that all organizations that solicit or collect data on individuals in the European Union must comply with.
The population of the EU is about 512 million people. That is more than the combined population of The United States, Canada and Mexico.
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We’ve got two levels of GDPR training programs that combine assessments, training, and reinforcement, arranged in turn-key, year-round plans.
Whether you’re trying to deliver GDPR training once a year and be done, or you’re committed to a year-round program of education, we’ve got the content, tools, and services to help you achieve and stay in compliance.
Option 1: GDPR Fundamentals
This is a single, 30-minute course including 2 short animations and 4 topic-based reinforcement posters in an off-the-shelf solution. This option can be deployed in a matter of hours, organization wide.
Option 2: GDPR Advanced
This option allows for six role-based courses along with a role-selector so each person on your team gets the training that best fits their job requirement. The package includes 6 short animations and 6 topic-based reinforcement posters and can be customized to your organization’s look and feel. This option can be deployed within several days.
Both options have the added ability to be deployed in other languages and can be combined with our Security, Compliance, or Privacy Libraries.
1. Audit and update your data handling policies
2. Confirm you’re capable of notifying data subjects of a breach within 72 hours
3. Hire a Designated Privacy Officer (DPO), if needed
4. Familiarize yourself with how the GDPR defines controllers and processors
5. Get a mechanism in place for gathering data subjects’ consent
6. Make sure all members of your organization are familiar with how the GDPR changes data subjects’ rights
7. Deploy privacy awareness training to all employees
8. Make sure all members of your organization know the consequences of GDPR non-compliance
9. Check that all third-party vendors who can access the data you collect are GDPR compliant
10. Get an enforceable code of conduct in place