GDPR Made Simple

An introduction to how GDPR will affect your business, and what procedures and processes you need to have in place by 25th May 2018

Conquer your fears about GDPR

Getting started with all of the rules and regulations around GDPR can seem overwhelming and simply ‘not worth the effort’.

In this course, Keith takes a pragmatic approach to the implementation of GDPR within your company/organisation.

Take that first step, you won’t regret it!

Curriculum

  • GDPR Module 1 Introduction
  • Why GDPR and GDPR Principles
  • GDPR notes for all sole traders, directors and employees
  • GDPR Module 2 Introduction
  • How does GDPR affect your business
  • GDPR Data Security, Password and Encryption Policy
  • Model privacy policy
  • Model employee privacy policy
  • GDPR Module 3 Introduction
  • Key questions you need to ask
  • Your 12 point GDPR preparation checklist
  • Data Retention Policy
  • GDPR Module 4 Introduction
  • Consent and Legitimate Interests
  • GDPR Module 5 Introduction
  • Dealing with data requests
  • Data Subject Access Request Form
  • Data Subject Access Request Policy
  • GDPR Module 6 introduction
  • The right to be forgotten
  • Data Retention Policy
  • GDPR Module 7 Introduction
  • Dealing with Data Breaches
  • Data Breach Checklist
  • Sample Data Breach Policy
  • Data Breach Register
  • GDPR Module 8 Introduction
  • Fees, Fines and Penalties
  • Calculate your registration fee (if you are not a local authority or a registered charity)
  • Government body, local authority, registered charity or small occupational pension scheme registration fee
“Your course is very insightful and the information is great. The supporting documents are excellent and your delivery of the source is engaging.”
“Well laid out, easy to sign up and the modules are clear and easy to follow”

GDPR Made Simple

Keith Budden

INSTRUCTOR

Keith has worked in data security and document management since 1997. Working for a wide range of clients, from British Airways, the National Criminal Intelligence Service and the Ministry of Defence, together with a whole host of small and medium sized companies, Keith has built unparalleled experience in dealing with data security challenges, in a pragmatic way.

Keith has been involved in the development of the General Data Protection Regulation with both the UK Information Commissioner’s Office and the Internet Advertising Bureau.

Keith has a very ‘human’ approach to training, his courses are always informative and easy to follow.