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Two new IDM GDPR courses can help put you on the road to compliance

First, the short course in GDPR is a 1-day course foundation course. It will cover the new rules for processing personal data, profiling, consent, and individual rights will all need to be taken into account.

You will learn:

  • How the new law defines personal data (Consumer and B2B)
  • What constitutes “profiling”
  • What individuals need to be told about processing for marketing purposes
  • How consent will need to be obtained
  • When data processors can be liable
  • Coping with the new individual right to be forgotten
  • What the database will have to store

Second, the IDM Award in Data Protection Regulation is an online course designed to give you a solid introduction to the new regulation.

You will learn:

  • How the new law defines personal data (Consumer and B2B)
  • What constitutes “profiling”
  • What individuals need to be told about processing
  • How consent will need to be obtained
  • When data processors can be liable
  • Coping with the new individual right to be forgotten
  • What the database will have to store
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