For many, 2018 will go down as the year of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
The Regulation overturned organisational procedures, infiltrated our email inboxes with dozens of last-minute policy updates and, for those in the industry, became dinnertime conversation as family members wanted someone to explain the ins and outs of Article 6.
The GDPR is not any less relevant in 2019. If anything, compliance is more important. Supervisory authorities are recovering from the influx of complaints they received when the Regulation took effect, and we expect them to conduct investigations more regularly.
That means any slack your organisation was given in the first few months of the GDPR will be tightened. Now is the time to review your compliance status and address your weaknesses.
To help you get started, we’ve collated our most sought-after GDPR products. They’ve helped hundreds of organisations meet their compliance requirements, and you can be next.
- Certified EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Foundation and Practitioner Combination Course – £1,946.50
Gain a comprehensive introduction to the GDPR and a practical understanding of the implications and legal requirements for organisations, and the knowledge and skills to implement an effective compliance programme on this five-day GDPR training course.
- Data Flow Mapping Tool – £1,400
To comply with the GDPR, you need to know what data you store, where it’s held and how it flows through your organisation. Our Data Flow Mapping Tool simplifies this process, giving you a clear picture of the way your organisation processes information.
Forward thinking companies have been procuring this mix of products, and others, to help comply with the GDPR in their organisation. Do so this January and receive a £300 gift card when you spend over £3000 online through IT Governance. Terms and conditions apply.