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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

EU regulation on protecting personal data8 H 31 M

This GDPR course helps organizations understand the legal framework in the EU. If your organization conducts business in the EU, you need to be GDPR compliant.

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Episodes
Episodes
  • Overview
    • Overview
    • Overview of the GDPR
    • Overview of the GDPR Part 2
    • Overview of the GDPR Part 3
    • Overview of the GDPR Part 4
    • Overview of the GDPR Part 5
  • Principles
    • Principles
  • Special Topics to Focus On
    • Special Topics to Focus on
    • Special Topics to Focus on Part 2
  • The Individual Rights
    • Individual Rights
    • The Right to be Informed
    • The Right of Access
    • The Right to Rectification
    • The Right to Erasure
    • The Right to Restrict Processing
    • The Right to Data Portability
    • The Right to Object
    • Automated Decision Making and Profiling
  • Accountability and Governance
    • Accountability and Governance
  • Transfers of Personal Data
    • Transfers of Personal Data
  • Breach Notification
    • Breach Notification
  • National Derogations
    • National Derogations

Overview

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In April of 2016, the European Commission published a data protection package to reform, modernize and harmonize European data protection law. The cornerstone of the package is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will replace the 1995 Data Protection Directive and, in the UK, the Data Protection Act 1998. This overview highlights the key themes of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to help organizations understand the new legal framework in the EU. It is for those who have day-to-day responsibility for data protection.

[MUSIC]. In this segment we'll take a quick look at what we can expect from our upcoming General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR series. Adam could you give us a brief overview what we can expect in that upcoming series? >> Absolutely join me here on the screen while we're talking so what you can see, right here. There we go, right there. Maybe go full screen, just so that we can see it while I'm talking cuz it's got some interesting information right behind me there. So we're actually going to be overviewing and going a little bit deep under the covers into the upcoming legislation commonly referred to the GDPR. General Data Production Regulation. But formerly Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council. Passed on 27 April 2016, dealing with the protection as you can see of natural persons in other words, you and I, any individual commonly called a data subject with regards to the processing of personal data, formally and normally referred to as PII, personally identifiable information. And on the free movement of such data, and repealing directive 95-46 of the EC European Commission and Council which used to actually or still does in effect take effect from let's say now up through May of 2018, right? >> Yes. >> So when this goes in to effect fully, 25th of May or late May of 2018, we'll actually see this put together, regulation coming alive. But we're going to overview it, we're going to talk about it. Make sure you understand all the rights and regulations associated with implementation. And we're going to step through not only the individual rights speculated on and guaranteed through the GDPR. We're also going to take a look at how those rights affect you and how they are implemented potentially from the data subject's perspective but also from what's called the data controller's perspective. The data controller would be the role that a business would be sitting in. It would be positioned to carry out, with regards to management of this data, individual user's data and the privacy right's associated with that, but, also the responsibilities from both perspectives, should be an interesting conversation. >> Well Adam, I know I'm looking forward to hearing the detail that's going to go behind this, cuz it's definitely gonna affect our European brethren and sisters as well as that gets actually released. So, I'm really looking forward to spending some time with you and diving into the details when it comes to that. Anything else you wanna tell us about the GDPR? >> Other than the fact that any business anywhere in the world, not just and you mentioned specifically, hey our European brethren and sisters, right, people within the EU. Very important for them to know about this. Certainly, legislation that affects them because it is part of the community right that they're all members of. But any business anywhere in the world that does business either in the EU or holds data on citizens of the EU is subject to regulation under the GDPR and needs to be aware of it to understand how to be compliant. So if you fall into either of those 2 categories, boy have we got a set of shows for you. >> All right, well if that sounds like something that might interest you, which I think it probably should, we look forward to seeing you in the upcoming series. [MUSIC]

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