About this course
This training encompasses pan-European and national data protection laws, key data protection terminology and practical concepts concerning the protection of personal data and trans-border data flows.
The CIPP/E program was developed by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), which is the world’s largest comprehensive global information privacy community and resource. The CIPP/E certification holds accreditation under ISO 17024: 2012.
Achieving a CIPP/E credential shows you have the comprehensive GDPR knowledge, perspective and understanding to ensure compliance and data protection success in Europe—and to take advantage of the career opportunity this sweeping legislation represents. Adding the CIPM to your CIPP/E puts you at the forefront of ensuring you are ready for the GDPR.
It will show the world that you know privacy laws and regulations and how to apply them, and that you know how to secure your place in the information economy. When you earn a CIPP credential, it means you’ve gained a foundational understanding of broad global concepts of privacy and data protection law and practice, including: jurisdictional laws, regulations and enforcement models; essential privacy concepts and principals; legal requirements for handling and transferring data and more.
What you’ll learn
- Introduction to European Data Protection
- European Regulatory Institutions
- Legislative Framework
- Compliance with European Data Protection Law and Regulation
- International Data Transfers
Who should attend?
- Data Protection Lawyers
- Records Managers
- Information Officers
- Compliance Officers
- Human Resource Officers
- Anyone who uses, processes and maintains personal data
- Module 1: Data protection laws
Introduces key European data protection laws and regulatory bodies, describing the evolution toward a harmonized legislative framework.
- Module 2: Personal data
Defies and differentiates between types of data as defied by the GDPR, including personal, anonymous, pseudonymous and special categories.
- Module 3: Controllers and processors
Describes the roles and relationships of controllers and processors as defied by the GDPR.
- Module 4: Processing personal data
Defies data processing and GDPR processing principles, explains the application of the GDPR and outlines the legal grounds for processing personal data.
- Module 5: Data subject rights
Describes data subject rights, applications of rights, and controller and processor obligations as set out in the GDPR.
- Module 6: Information provision obligations
Explains controller obligations for providing information about data processing activities to data subjects and supervisory authorities as set out in the GDPR.
- Module 7: International data transfers
Outlines options and obligations under the GDPR for transferring data outside the European Economic Area, including adequacy decisions and appropriate safeguards and derogations.
- Module 8: Compliance considerations
Discusses the applications of European data protection laws, legal bases and compliance requirements for processing personal data in practice, including employers processing employee data, surveillance, direct marketing, and internet technology and communications.
- Module 9: Security of processing
Discusses considerations and duties of controllers and processors for ensuring security of personal data and GDPR specifications for providing notification of data breaches.
- Module 10: Accountability
Investigates accountability requirements, including data protection management systems, data protection impact assessments, data protection policies and the role of the data protection officer.
- Module 11: Supervision and enforcement
Describes the role, powers and procedures of supervisory authorities; the composition and tasks of the European Data Protection Board; the role of the European Data Protection Supervisor; and remedies, liabilities and penalties for noncompliance as set out in the GDPR.
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