New Release: Reporting a Personal Data Breach (GDPR) eLearning Course
Mon, 04 Mar 2019 14:48
GDPR came into effect in 2018. To comply, your organisation must be able to demonstrate that you are processing personal data in compliance with the principles of the GDPR. Personal data includes names, addresses, telephone numbers, payment details and any other information that identifies someone. Compliance with GDPR also includes reporting data breaches swiftly, with full details provided.
Our short, new eLearning course focuses on the role of the Data Protection Officer in identifying and reporting personal data breaches and understanding the consequences. Presented in a scenario-based learning format, learners will experience the key steps to take when reporting a breach, the information to include and the categories of personal data and data subjects applicable.
The GDPR deals with an important piece of legislation and understanding the responsibilities of Data Protection Officers are key when dealing with personal data breaches. Make sure your Data Protection Officers are trained to make the right decisions to protect customers' personal data and your organisation from the potentially serious consequences of a data breach.
Find out more about our new course HERE.
The Reporting a Personal Data Breach (GDPR) eLearning course joins our suite of GDPR courses.