Training

We believe staff training is the best way to increase the level of GDPR and ePrivacy awareness in your organization. We provide highly practical training programs aimed at explaining data protection legislation, as well as creating privacy friendly habits.

General data protection trainings

We provide general data protection trainings for organizations who want to ensure that their staff is aware of all GDPR requirements. The training content is customized depending on the type of business or activity of the organization, but we usually cover the following topics:

πŸ“Œ basic GDPR concepts such as “personal data”, “controller”, “processor”, “data processing agreements” etc.

πŸ“Œ description of the main compliance obligations under the GDPR and the ePrivacy legislation

πŸ“Œ privacy friendly habits and identifying risky behavior

πŸ“Œ Q&A with staff and knowledge testing

Specific training

There are certain departments within an organization which perform many data processing activities or are involved in sensitive data processing areas. They might require in-depth knowledge about data protection, which is why we designed specialized and practical programs on areas such as:

πŸ“ŒΒ  data processing in human resources – from recruiting to hiring and the entire employment lifecycle

πŸ“Œ GDPR and ePrivacy rules for marketing activities

πŸ“Œ data protection in financial services

πŸ“Œ data protection in health care

πŸ“Œ other topics upon client’s request, based on our expertise

1 on 1 - DPO personal trainer

The person responsible with data protection in your organization might have very practical and complex questions about how to apply the GDPR in day-to-day activities. We’ve created a special personal training program which consist of a minimum of 4 sessions aimed at exploring sensitive subjects such as:

πŸ“ŒΒ  responding to data subject requests

πŸ“Œ drafting and negotiating data processing agreements, drafting privacy notices and internal procedures

πŸ“Œ performing data protection impact assessments and legitimate interest assessments

More details on this specific training program can be found here.

Are you interested in training your staff on data protection legislation?

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