- [Instructor] The goal of this course is to help organizations understand the tenets of GDPR and how to be prepared. The examples and scenarios I pose are purely hypothetical and should not be taken as legal advice. If you have questions, you should reach out to an attorney, who specializes in the GDPR regulation. You should not rely on the contents of these videos in place of a lawyers advice. When in doubt, seek licensed legal counsel.
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- Define the objectives of GDPR relating to the personal privacy of citizens.
- Determine the responsibilities of data protection officers under GDPR.
- Identify the rights of citizens in the event of a data breach.
- Review the steps that must be taken in the event of a data breach.
- Describe the notification process in the event of a data breach.
Skill Level Intermediate
Implementing an Information Security Programwith Kip Boyle2h 33m Intermediate
IT Security: Key Policies and Resourceswith Gregory Michaelidis23m 44s Intermediate
1. GDPR Basics
2. GDPR Responsiblities
Data protection officer2m 58s
3. Technical Components
5. Data Subject Rights
6. Breach Notification
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