Personal data protection - GDPR

The new provisions of the GDPR on the protection of personal data introduced by the European Union regulation enter into force on May 25, 2018. Data controllers will have to comply with their provisions from that date - otherwise they may face high administrative penalties.

We invite you to the training, the subject of which is the protection of personal data in accordance with the new regulations. We deal comprehensively and thoroughly with all the changes introduced by the new EU regulation, preparing personal data controllers and other persons to comply with the provisions. Classes are held in the city of Warsaw.

We have many years of experience in conducting classes - the qualified staff of our Center provides information in an accessible and effective manner. This makes signing up for a data protection training with us a future-proof choice!

Topics of classes

Our GDPR training contains all the key information related to the latest EU regulation, including:

  • legal basis for the processing of personal data
  • basic definitions in the field of personal data protection
  • who is the data administrator and what are the administrator's tasks
  • who is the data protection officer status and what are his tasks
  • who is the entity processing personal data
  • general conditions for imposing administrative fines
  • recording processing activities
  • organizational structure of personal data protection
  • conditions for consenting to the processing of personal data
  • rules regarding the processing of personal data
  • the right of access by the data subject
  • processing of special categories of personal data

Classes are conducted in a theoretical form and present what the protection of personal data will look like in practice after the law enters into force. The price of the classes also includes a lunch break and catering.

What is GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, RODO) introduces a number of changes regarding personal data - it aims to unify the regulations in the European Union countries. The changes to the regulations include, but are not limited to:

  • the need for the administrator to inform about data theft
  • appointment of the Data Protection Officer (DPO)
  • facilitating the transfer of personal data between service providers
  • clearer rules for data deletion
  • heavy fines in the event of non-compliance

If you have additional questions, we remain at your disposal. We cordially invite you to choose our services!

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