Retention periods under the GDPR

500 Exclusive of VAT

After participating in this module, participants can assess whether the retention periods that apply to the various processing of personal data meet the requirements of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). They are also able to formulate the requirements set by privacy legislation for the storage and destruction of data.

Teachers:

(Online) Workshops:

  • June 24 2021.

This module consists of one part, namely: how to keep and destroy personal data in the right direction. The module is intended for employees working within the government as well as within the business community or other types of institutions and organizations. Since the government provides the most guidelines in the field of storage and destruction, many rules and procedures that are applied within the government will be cited as practice with the aim that employees who do not work within the government can also draw from this.

At the government, the custody of records or records is laid down for some time or forever in the selection lists under the Archives Act. The business community must determine the retention period of the archive documents itself. Unless the Archives Act or another law applies, no retention periods are attached to the personal data in an archive. That data must therefore be deleted as soon as it has lost its importance for the archive destination. It is also possible to decide to destroy the data instead of including them in an archive and if they are included in an archive, they must also be stored and therefore managed. What do you have to do for this and how do you organize it?

Content

Program:

  • Introduction to retention periods;
  • Save data;
  • Provision of information to third parties;
  • Conversion, migration and emulation;
  • Selection lists;
  • Assigning retention periods;
  • Destruction, disposal, transfer and transfer; and
  • Maximum legal retention periods.

After participating in this section, participants can assess whether the retention periods that apply to the various processing of personal data meet the requirements of the GDPR. They are also able to formulate the requirements set by privacy legislation for the storage and destruction of data.

This is important in the context of tendering procedures for the purchase or development of information systems that must comply with the aforementioned principles of privacy by design and default. The participants can also assess whether the procedures and measures are sufficient to ensure that personal data is not kept longer than necessary for the purposes for which they are collected and processed and therefore destroyed in time.

Workshop

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

(Online) Start:

  • June 24 2021.

The self-study takes about 16 hours, the workshop takes about 4 hours and the final exam (optional) takes about 2 hours.

Costs

The total costs for the module are € 500 (excluding VAT and per person).

Duthler Academy works with several platforms:

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Retention periods under the GDPR”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *