GDPR – In-depth training
GDPR replaces the Personal Data Act (PUL). But what are the differences and how does it affect workers? It is the quality of our training that will help you understand the new thinking that GDPR enforces. The new law came into force on May 25, 2018, and requires most employees to update their skills.
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a new EU Common Law, supplemented by Swedish rules. For example, personal data can only be owned by the physical person to which the data refers to. As a personally responsible person, you borrow the information in order to fulfil a legitimate purpose. The openness principle means you need to be more transparent and tell people what, how and why you handle personal data.
The aim of the training is to understand the differences between GDPR and PuL and what the new legislation means for businesses.
The training takes about 25 minutes. At the end of each module, you will have access to a printable list of the most important points in the process.
Who is this for?
The training is aimed at people who belong to one of the following categories: employees and managers in IT and HR or management and control.
- The regulation in brief
- Roles and responsibilities
- When is treatment allowed?
- The data subject's rights
- Transfer of personal data
- Practical implementation
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