Directors, small business owners, administration executives/managers and IT administrators.
- Maximum 8 attendees
- 30 days of one to one support
- Programme director/s with at least a Masters Degree in the subject
- Convenient morning timings or in-house at any time for a minimum of two bookings
- Can be configured to address a number of professions and industry sectors
EUR495 ex VAT per participant.
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GDPR/Data Protection Law for Managers/Directors Masterclass
Programme is focused on the implications for small businesses on their books/databases and what they can do and don't do with such data to render a service, marketing and transfer of such data to third parties within the EU and outside.
This is a programme which is a must for directors and senior managers as the liability under the Maltese legal system falls on the directors.
We also cover new obligations arising from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679), which is a regulation by which the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission intend to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU). This will be effective as of May 2018.
Key Elements and Articles of the EU GDPR
Review of the main sections and impact on SMEs vis-a-vis current operations and implications thereof.
New Data Subject Rights
Details of the new right of data subjects and how to be 100% compliant on day one in an SME environment.
Roles of Data Protection Officers
Review of the role of DPOs in the new environment and where they are required and what are their obligations.
Roles of the Data Controller
Review of the role of the Data Controller, the primary responsibilities carried and how to execute them.
Role of the Data Processor
Review of the role of the data processors in the day to day operation within the organisation.
Implications on the HR Function
How will our relationship as employers change and be impacted under the new rules with both current, future and prospective employees.
Implications on the Marketing Function
We review the way our marketing communication and prospecting function will develop and what are the minimum necessities and what are the opportunities thereof.
Implications on Operations Management
A general review of the implications on operations management and how it effects the process of operational data acquired and processed in the process of delivering a service or product.
Implications on General Management
Final review on management and how specific areas of management would need to evolve to ensure compliance with the GDPR legislation.
Opportunities Emanating from the GDPR (NEW MODULE)
We will look at a number of opportunities in the field of being more competitive, cheaper KYC processes, debt collection, market expansion and similar areas which will open the opportunity to a more competitive environment.
How to conduct a DPIA Self Assessment (legal requirement)
We will review how to conduct a DPIA which is a legal requirement in specific cases, using internal resources to ascertain compliance with the regulations and identify new business opportunities.