The GDPR, the new privacy rules
This module is part of course A1, ‘introduction to privacy legislation’. The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has entered into force and will become applicable on May 25, 2018. This regulation is central to this module. The starting points, the concepts, the different (privacy) roles in an organization, the most important rights and obligations are discussed. After following this module, the candidate can make an estimate of the measures to be taken by these laws and regulations for their own organization.
Please note: You can only register for module A1b if you have already taken module A1a.
Teacher: Ans Duthler
Start: on request
Duration: part of the day (10:00 to 14:00)
Investment: €500, – excl. VAT
Obligations associated with this part
To fulfill the obligations under this section, you must:
- Make a diagnostic test, in preparation for the subject matter to be followed;
- Take a diagnostic test after the self-study, which must be completed with a pass. This is a condition for participation in the workshop;
- To be present during the workshop;
- A final exam with a passing mark.
The self-study takes about 16 hours, the workshop takes about 4 hours and the final exam takes about 2 hours.
Investment and sign up
After registration you will have direct access to the course in our learning environment. The total costs for the module are €500 (excluding VAT and per person). Participants of the Center for Information Security and Privacy Protection (CIP) and the The Hague Security Delta receive a 15% discount on the entire training offer. Contact our service desk.
Private individuals and government institutions are exempt from VAT.
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