Current Affairs Data Protection and Privacy

500 Exclusive of VAT

This course discusses current developments in the field of data protection and privacy. A new version of this course is published every quarter.

Fines decisions of the Dutch Data Protection Authority and other European supervisory authorities are handled there. Judgments from administrative and civil courts as well as from the European Court are discussed. It also zooms in on articles from leading professional journals, the most recent European guidelinesand legislative initiatives. It discusses what the current developments mean for practice and what the consequences could be for certain business activities.

Teachers: Ans Duthler, Anne-Wil Duthler, Rody Grevenstette & André Biesheuvel.

(Online) Start:

  • Monday, October 11, 2021 from 10:00 to 14:00.

After the entry into force of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a lot of time was spent on organizing privacy and data protection in organizations. Priority has been given to the topic and capacity has been freed up. At a certain point, attention for the subject diminished and we now see that privacy and data protection are more often than not anchored in organizations.

GDPR Compliance

In the meantime, the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) is not standing still, and neither are the other European supervisory authorities. Recent fining decisions show that organizations can get into serious trouble if they do not comply with the obligations under the GDPR. Failure to comply with, for example, the security obligation imposed on organizations by the GDPR can result in a hefty fine.

Case law of civil courts and of the Council of State is developing. To exercise their rights, data subjects are increasingly taking the path to these authorities and judges increasingly have to consider liability claims after, for example, ransomwareattacks. Judges have recently been granting claims from data subjects for compensation if organizations breach the GDPR.

Need for knowledge about current affairs

These developments strongly fuel the need for more knowledge about current affairs in the field of privacy and data protection. The management and also the employees want to know what the consequences are for their business activities so that they can act accordingly. This course meets this need. A new version of this course is published every quarter, and a workshop is organized every month.

It is possible to register once for a course and the corresponding workshop. The participant gains access to the course in the learning environment and can visit the associated workshop. You can also opt for an annual subscription. The participant will then receive quarterly access to the latest version of the course in our learning environment. It is also possible to purchase your own company-specific learning environment including a corresponding workshop. The courses from the previous quarters associated with the subscription remain accessible in the learning environment.

Content

Content (program of subjects):

  • Trends and developments;
  • Case law;
  • Legislative initiatives;
  • International developments;
  • Control over data; and
  • Legal resilience.

Workshop

After registration you will have direct access to the course in our learning environment. Here you can register for a workshop of your choice.

(Online) Start:

  • Monday, October 11, 2021 from 10:00 to 14:00.

Costs

The cost per course is €500 per person (excluding VAT).

Benefits: