Data protection training

EU GDPR: Elevating Personal Data Protection to New Standards

In the context of advancing digitalization and increasing awareness of the protection of personal data, the European Union has created a legal foundation with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR), supplemented by national laws such as the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) in Germany, which raises both the protection of privacy and the processing of personal data to a new level. ​

Strategic Implementation of GDPR: Beyond IT Departments

In accordance with Art. 24 GDPR, controllers who process personal data are obliged to take appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure the security of the data and comply with data protection requirements. The implementation of the EU GDPR requires companies to take a comprehensive strategic approach that goes far beyond the IT department and involves the entire management as well as departments such as marketing, HR and finance.​

Empowering Workforces: Key Role of Data Protection Training

A critical factor for the success of this implementation is raising awareness and training employees. Training plays a central role in providing the necessary knowledge and skills to understand the requirements of the GDPR and implement them in daily practice. They help to create an awareness of data protection risks and enable employees to make data protection-compliant decisions. In this context, we offer data protection training courses based on more than twenty years of experience in the field of data protection.​

Practical GDPR Training: Bridging Theory with Daily Practice

These training courses are designed not only to explain current data protection regulations in theory, but also to make them practically applicable. The combination of online and classroom training tailored to the needs of the respective target group ensures that participants gain an in-depth understanding of the subject matter and are able to effectively integrate this knowledge into their day-to-day work.​

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