ADACOM, in colaboration with KEDUA Gmbh and DEKRA German Certification Body, introduces to Greece the Data Protection Officer training and the Data Protection Expert Certification.
With a holistic approach program specifically designed to meet the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), ADACOM enables its partners to address effectively the needs and challenges of the new reality.
ADACOM’s training program (compliant with ISO 17024) includes everything a Data Protection Officer needs in order to perform its tasks successfully. Indicatively, the training structure is as follows:
– Presentation of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and the legal basis of the Regulation
– Duties of the Data Protection Officer
– Information security and data protection: technical and organizational measures
– Communication with the Authorities
– Data protection obligation
– Support of the company’s management and co-operating departments
– Pros and cons of an external partner in the role of the Data Protection Officer
– Data Protection Expert Certification Examinations, conducted by DEKRA Certification GmbH
Dr. György Halmos holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Law and a Degree in Economics and has been involved in data protection since 2004. In 2006 he was a Data Protection Officer (SNE) at the European Court of Justice in The Hague, and in 2007-2008 he was working in the EU and specifically at the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS).
Provided by the seminar
– Copy of the Regulation (Greek and English)
– Full Seminar material (English)
– Supporting material (English)
– Certification Exams (last day of seminar training)
What is Regulation 2016/679, also known as GDPR, and what changes does it bring?
Regulation 2016/679 concerns the protection of personal data and will be in full force on 25/5/2018.
The Regulation is summarized in the following major changes:
– It is directly applicable in the Law of the EU Member States
– Replaces existing Directive 95/46 / EC
– Protects the data of European citizens around the world
– Imposes fines amounting to up to 4% of the world turnover or EUR 20 million (whichever is greater)
– Introduces the Data Protection Officer role as the Data Protection Officer
– Requires authorities reporting, in case of a breach, within 72 hours
– Requires the explicit and positive consent of the subject to the data collection and processing
The role of DPO
The Regulation establishes the role of the Data Protection Officer (DPO), which refers to the highest hierarchy of an organization and has specific knowledge and skills.
Duties and responsibilities of DPO include:
– Conducting a Privacy Impact Assessment
– Communicating with Authorities
– Notifying Authorities and Subjects in the event of breach and loss of information (breach notification)
– Development and implementation of an incident response plan
– Privacy-by-design services
Dates: 19-23 June 2017 (9:00 – 17:00)
Venue: 25, Kreontos Str., Athens 10442, Greece
Training Cost: 1.200 euros
Training & Certification Cost: 1.500 euros
10% discount for 3 or more participations per organization
Due to limited positions, registrations will be handled with priority
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