The controller must notify the data protection authority if the personal data breach results in a risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons. But who is responsible for notifying? When must it be notified? And what should the notification contain?
You will be guided by KIM, who will be your coach throughout the presentation and all of your courses. She will guide you through the training and help you understand the course.
Kim likes to explain the GDPR Data Breaches in 5 parts: Introduction, Notification, Communication, Risk Evaluation, In Practice.
By going though these 5 parts with her, you will be able to avoid common mistakes and prepare your company in case a data breach occurs.
If you are managing a company or in charge if its data protection, you should definitely know more about how to manage a data breach. This course has been created for every person who works with the GDPR and may need be well prepared in case a data breach occurs.
The best way to avoid risks is to know where and when it could happen. However sometimes we cannot avoid the risks. In this case, the best approach is to be prepared!
If a data breach occurs in your organisation, as a DPO, you have 72 hours to react. 72 hours can be really fast if you don’t know where to start. This course will help you to understand your role and will give you the keys to manage a personal Data Breach. It is a good thing to minimize the risk linked to Data Breaches, but it is even better to be prepared and to know what to do in case it happens! And it certainly will.
We recommend completing this training with the course “Data Security”.
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