The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in force since May 25, 2018 – this means that data protection is regulated uniformly in all 28 EU member states for the first time – the Austrian DSG now contains numerous special regulations – exactly the right time to get comprehensive information – http://seminar .e-monitoring.at/inhouse
Uniform regulations apply to all EU member states. A single data protection authority (DPA) is responsible for an organization, depending on the headquarters of that organization. A European data protection board will coordinate the DPAs.
An independent data protection officer (DPO) is mandatory for all authorities, public bodies and companies whose main activity is the “extensive regular and systematic monitoring of data subjects” or the “extensive processing of sensitive or criminally relevant data”. This is to ensure compliance with the new regulations within the 28 member states.
Companies are required to constantly deal with new developments and to react to them quickly.
ARGE DATA launches training initiative
In your in-house training, we give an overview of the planned innovations – at national and EU level. We support you in adapting your individual data protection strategies in view of the new developments.
Well-founded data protection training often fails due to lack of time and everyday business life. Sending key employees to training is too time-consuming. We have responded, data protection comes to you. Your advantage: lower travel costs, fixed lecture costs, regardless of the number of participants, less time expenditure.
ARGE DATEN, Austria’s leading privacy organization, quickly gets to the heart of complex data protection issues. In order to pass on our experience to as many interested parties as possible, we have developed a training concept that optimally meets the growing data protection requirements of the information age.
In-house training: DATA PROTECTION GDPR INTENSIVE
After a well-founded introduction, the specific problems of your organization will be addressed. Be it in dealing with customer data, health data, creditworthiness data or financial data, in human resources or in data mining. Select four areas of focus from the list below.
Duration: all day (6 hours before + 2 coffee breaks and lunch break)
Costs: EUR 2,600 (EUR 3,120 incl. VAT) + travel expenses*
The module offers all employees an initial introduction to data protection. Also ideal as introductory training for new employees.
List of possible topics:
- Data Protection Impact Assessment
- Processing directory
- International traffic
- Operating agreement and data protection
- Video surveillance
- Marketing and Remarketing
- Employee and Applicant Data
- Compensation claims of those affected
- Internet/email and data protection
- Data security
- Telecommunications and data protection
- Health data
- Privacy by design / privacy by default
- Overview without specific focus
Organization of a venue
We also organize a venue near you. We charge a flat rate of 800 euros + the actual event costs (seminar rooms, catering, garage spaces, …).
The number of participants is not limited, we recommend between 8 and 40 participants.
The travel expenses depend on the distance to the client, it is calculated individually and is between EUR 400.00 (EUR 480.00 incl. VAT) and EUR 800.00 (EUR 960.00 incl. VAT). Within Vienna, a flat rate of EUR 100 (EUR 120 including VAT) will be charged.
The seminar costs do not include copying, room and entertainment costs. The seminar content is provided electronically in advance and can be reproduced internally. On request, we can also provide ready-to-use seminar folders (EUR 15/participant).
If you have any questions, Ms. Indra or Ms. Hasil will be happy to help (+43 1 5320944 or email firstname.lastname@example.org). You will receive a non-binding offer.
A notice! The event is organized and billed by e-commerce monitoring GmbH, 1020 Vienna, Handelskai 388 Top 621 (Access at Wehlistrasse 299). The responsibility for the content lies with ARGE DATA – Austrian Society for Data Protection (ZVR 774004629). All prices excl. VAT.
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