Boost your career as Registered Data Protection Professional (RDPP) in EU-INDIA Data Protection
Significant business scenarios are in making while anticipating the long awaited entry into force of the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) of the Republic of India. Sound, proper and compliant implementation of this groundbreaking legislation would need an ‘army’ of educated data protection professionals in the field of EU-INDIA data protection as any organization in India will be searching for ‘applicable expertise’ across many sectors such as Outsourcing, Banking, Insurance, E-Commerce, Telecom, Health, Pharma, Bio-Pharma, Life Sciences and many more.
Likewise, many non-Indian companies doing business in India will be in need of an Indian Data Protection Expert, located in the Indian Continent.
Future employers are faced with a myriad of privacy and data protection challenges. The Registered Certified Data Protection Professional (RDPP) is a much sought after professional positioned at the ‘center of operations’ of any organization or business who can decode the privacy and data protection rubric.
During this training program of twelve (12) consecutive courses you will be fully prepared by top experts in the field of privacy and data protection to take up any legal and operational challenge as a Registered Data Protection Professional registered in the European Register for Data Protection Protection Professionals (RDPP) based on a certificate of completion issued by the European Institute for Privacy, Audit, Compliance & Certification (EIPACC).
GDPR Relevance for Indian Companies
While Indian companies have not yet received any fines from DPAs in the EU, after how Facebook monetised data was exposed in various incidents and in view of DPAs’ focus on GAFA (Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple), Indian companies are mindful about personal data protection, particularly where data subjects in the EU are under discussion. Where Indian organisations have operations in the EU and local employees’ data is transferred back to headquarters in India, these organisations would also need to consider compliance with the GDPR.
The GDPR has been drawing the attention of various Indian companies and the regulators since 2018 for the following reasons:
- Where Indian companies have operations in the EU and local employees’ data is transferred back to headquarters in India, these organisations need to consider compliance with the GDPR. The magnitude of fines that can be imposed for violations of its provisions.
- Its extra-territorial reach to organisations that are outside the EEA but collect and process personal data of data subjects in the EEA.
- It is seen by Indian regulators as a good example of comprehensive legislation on personal data protection.
- The relevance of GDPR for EU-Indian Investment Agreements is an important part of EU Foreign Policy.
This training is especially interesting for
Where Indian organisations have operations in the EU and local employees’ data is transferred back to headquarters in India, these organisations need to consider compliance with the GDPR. The magnitude of fines that can be imposed for violations of its provisions.
This training is especially interesting for the following audience:
- Lawyers active as internal of external advisor to Indian companies in India
- Lawyers active as internal of external advisor to non-Indian companies with operations in India
- Lawyers active as internal of external advisor to Indian companies operating outside India
- Legal compliance officers with Indian companies
- General Legal Counsels with Indian companies
- Legal assistants with Indian companies
- Law students in pursuance of a privacy career
- Non-legal students in pursuance of a privacy career
- Business Consultants rendering data protection management services to Indian companies operating outside India
- Other interested in the topics GDPR related to Indian Data Protection Law
Included in this training
For your convenience the following publication is included in this training
After this full training as Certified Data Protection Professional you will be able to
- Present yourself as EIPACC certified and registered data protection professional to European companies
- Practice and apply best practices of privacy and data protection implementations
- Make a clear distinction between selected key concept in the GDPR as compared with PDPA
- Apply different GDPR principles of processing personal data
- Clarify basic management steps to become data protection compliant as per the GDPR
- Distinguish between technical and organizational implementation measure of obligations
- Apply the test of ‘appropriateness’ of data protection measures
- Decide on the most suitable way to transfer data from the EU to India
- Indicate which fines can be enforced by which EU data protection authorities
- Distinguish between 6 steps of a GDPR DPO Work Plan
- List the most important ways (mechanisms) for data controllers to become compliant
- Contribute to quality GDPR debates at work and in your personal life
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