Anyone needing more information about GDPR and its implications for their organisation.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on the 25th May 2018, replacing the existing data protection framework under the EU Data Protection Directive.
As a regulation, it will not generally require transposition into Irish law (regulations have ‘direct effect’), so organisations involved in data processing of any sort need to be aware the regulation addresses them directly in terms of the obligations it imposes.
Key topics covered during the workshop:
- The GDPR in context: what's different?
- Data Protection Principles
- Rights of individuals (data subjects)
- Personal data processing
- Data protection roles
- Subject access requests and response timelines
- Obtaining Consent
- Data breaches
- Demonstrating GDPR compliance
Caroline Egan is Managing Director of technology and eLearning company, CramdenTECH. She is an experienced senior manager and non-profit board director. Her areas of training expertise include corporate governance, business planning, strategic management and communications. Caroline leads the development of CramdenTECH’s eLearning provision and cloud-based governance management supports.
Upon completion of the workshop, participants will:
- Explain the general implications of the GDPR data protection principles
- Explain the personal data rights of individuals
- Understand the potential impact of the GDPR on data processing operations.
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