General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) firmly in effect, organizations are transitioning from initial to ongoing compliance efforts. All organization and their employees must share responsibility for protecting the personally identifiable information (PII) of European citizens.
GLS has designed this training program in an innovative and award-winning gamified learning format to promote user engagement and learning. Gamification increases learners’ motivation to take and complete a course, while also boosting their retention of the material. Learners who have completed gamified courses also score higher on knowledge assessments than those who took a more traditional learning route. Adding gamification to GDPR training increases the likelihood that learners will understand the material and internalize the critical nature of compliance.
This course is also available in a non-gamified “Essentials” version.
Importance of GDPR Training
As one of the most comprehensive privacy laws in the world, GDPR imposes obligations on organizations globally. If your company targets or collects data related to companies or citizens in the EU, you are required to comply with GDPR. Violations can result in heavy fines, up to 20 million euros in some cases. GLS’s GDPR training is applicable to all organizations that wish to protect their business and employees.
- How does GDPR better protect personal data?
- What are the benefits of GDPR?
- GDPR in everyday life
- GDPR timeline
- Personal and special categories of personal data
- Benefits of GDPR compliance
- Penalties for GDPR non-compliance
- Reporting requirements of GDPR
- Principle 1: Data must be processed fairly, lawfully and transparently
- Principle 2: Data can be collected only for an explicit, specified and legitimate purpose
- Principle 3: Data collection and processing must be limited to what is strictly necessary for the purpose
- Principle 4: Data must be accurate and up to date
- Principle 5: Data can be kept only for the time needed to carry out the stated purpose
- Principle 6: Data must be protected from unauthorized or unlawful processing, loss or destruction
- Best practices for handling personal data
- General information security best practices