General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Compliance

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Introduction

In May 2016, the European Union (EU) published the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This legal framework revolutionizes the way that personal data are used and handled. It is a far-reaching legal instrument that will have a significant impact on all companies involved in the processing of personal data, including many outside the EU. 

It imposes obligations onto controllers and processors of personal data, so long as they collect and process personal data related to people in the EU. This course will provide an overview of the GDPR. Since the Regulation applies regardless of where websites are based, it must be heeded by all sites that attract European visitors, even if they don’t specifically market goods or services to EU residents.

Course goals:

The learning outcomes of the course will allow participants to:

  • Understand the applicability of the GDPR;
  • Be aware of penalties applicable for non-compliance;
  • Understand the different roles under the GDPR;
  • Get a broad knowledge of the GDPR requirements; and
  • Devise procedures to comply with the requirements of GDPR.

Duration of course:

Expected to be delivered and completed within 30 minutes.


COURSE OUTLINE

  • Section 1: Introduction: Data Protection pre-GDPR | Overview of the GDPR | Roles under the GDPR
  • Section 2: Data Protection Principles | Rights of data subjects | Obligations of Controllers and processors
  • Section 3: Privacy program operational lifecycle

Course tutor

Nirusha Toocaram

Data Protection Consultant

About our tutor

Nirusha has over the last 10 years acquired substantial expertise and experience as a legal and compliance professional in Mauritius and Luxemburg. She advises on data protection laws and has assisted several private companies in Mauritius to comply with the EU GDPR and the Mauritius Data Protection Act 2017.