GDPR Training for SMEs

Are you ready for the new GDPR regulation?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become applicable on 25 May 2018 throughout the European Union. This will be the biggest revolution in personal data protection law with worldwide effects. At the same time it will create around 28.000 vacancies for new Data Protection Officers (DPOs) to ensure legal compliance and a high level of protection of personal data and privacy across companies of all sizes and sectors.

Digital SME Alliance (DSME), in partnership with the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), is organising a GDPR training course specifically tailored and targeted to people working at ‘digital’ small- and medium enterprises (SMEs) as well as other digital transformation professionals. The two-days course will equip participants with the requisite knowledge and skills to fulfill legal requirements stemming from the GDPR and related legal instruments, guidelines and best practices, addressing a wide range of practical issues, from a drafting of a privacy policy to obtaining consent from data subjects and managing customer database, to conducting a data protection impact assessment (DPIA).

DATES - 29-30 of June, 2018. Sessions start at 9.00 AM and finish at 18.30 PM

LOCATION - The training will take place in Orega Business Centre , Rue du Commerce 123, Brussels, Belgium.

PRICE - 700.00 € (fee includes the two-days-training and all the additional material). Discount for groups can be requested here.

FORMAT - Theoretical and practical face-to-face training (10 sessions of 90 min each), preceded by the assigned readings

More information | Detailed programme | Registration with 10% discount

Contact person: Davide Cassanmagnago Project Manager responsible for GDPR training Phone: +32 2 8955720 / gdpr@digitalsme.eu

GDPR Training for SMEs

GDPR Training for SMEs


 

GDPR Training for SMEs

 

 

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EU to strenghten its expertise in cybersecurity research, technology and industrial developmen

Europe is stepping up its protection against cybersecurity threats, and is discussing a new structure of pool of expertise which will help secure the digital single market and increase the EU’s autonomy in the area of cybersecurity.

Europe is currently working on the establishment of a top knowledge base for cybersecurity and a network of national cybersecurity coordination centres called the European Cybersecurity Industrial, Technology and Research Centre and the Network of National Coordination Centres.

Future Events

Cyber Insurance and its Contribution to Cyber Risk Mitigation - Leiden March 25-29
25/03/2019 to 29/03/2019
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The rise in both the scale and severity of recent cyberattacks demands new thinking about cybersecurity risk and the mitigation and transfer of that risk. Cyber insurance is one potential way to manage risk by transferring damage liability, but the cyber insurance market is immature and the understanding and actuarial knowledge of cyber-risk is currently underdeveloped.

e-SIDES workshop 2019
02/04/2019
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e-SIDES workshop: Towards Value-Centric Big Data: Connect People, Processes and Technology

BRUSSELS

2 April 2019

10am to 4pm

 

e-SIDES is a research project funded by European Commission H2020 Programme that deals with the ethical, legal, social and economic implications of privacy-preserving technologies in different big data context.