- July 15, 2018 - January 1, 2019
Intensive training course for one week per day 6 hours training
- 3 days of theoretical study of the study of law and its 99 articles (EU)
- 3 days practical training on procedures, protocols, practical, technical and organizational applications, establishment of management and administrative structure for data protection.
- This is followed by a theoretical exam of 50 questions and success requires 60%.
- After that, the trainee receives a certificate of data protection, of course, for European law and requires rehabilitation every three years.
On May 25, the EU began implementing the Data Protection Act, which requires companies, non-profit associations or clubs to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions occurring within EU member states. It covers all companies (European or global) dealing with data of EU citizens.
The public data protection system seeks to protect the digital rights of EU citizens through stricter data laws and greater control over how to run companies, nonprofits or clubs for personal information of people.
The full text of the Data Protection Act consists of 99 articles, which specify the rights of individuals and obligations imposed on regulated businesses. The provisions of the new Data Protection Act also require the protection and regulation of any personal data issued outside the European Union. In other words, if any European citizen data is addressed, it is best to be bound by European law standards. For example, a US airline sells services to someone in Britain, although the airline is in the United States, but it does not Data protection is still required to comply with data protection law as data are linked to Europe.
Failure to comply with the new regulation could result in penalties of up to € 20 million or 4% of global corporate revenues.
With the promulgation of the Data Protection Act, the main objective of the law should be to give natural persons basic rights such as the right to know, the right to cancel data and the right to modify data as well as the right to transfer data to another institution.
Companies are subject to EU law if:
- The company’s business has presence in EU countries.
- If the company deals with the personal data of the European population, even if there is no physical presence in the EU.
- Companies with more than 250 employees.
- If the processing of company data affects the rights and freedoms of the persons concerned, even if the number of employees is less than 250 employees.
How will the European Union implement the law?
Each member state of the European Union will have a mechanism for implementation (a higher body for data protection). Residents can lodge complaints with this body in their country. These bodies have the power of judicial control. Non-profit companies, clubs or associations will face fines that may be very high. The fine of the new data law violation is 20 million euros or 4 per cent of the company’s annual revenue from the previous year.
- Procedures for compatibility with the European Data Protection Act.
- Data Privacy.
- Procedures and protocols.
- Security breach procedures.
- Data Protection Officer.
- Employees’ training.
Starting from: 799€/participant
Location(s): Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Riyadh, Jeddah, Cairo, Amman, Dammam, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha, Kuwait.