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GDPR Awareness

Since May 2018, all UK companies are required by law to comply with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


Failure to comply with GDPR and consumer data requests could see your business facing fines of up to $20 million (£18 million), or four per cent of annual turnover, whichever is greater. In order to protect your business, it is vital you and your employees have an understanding of the principles of GDPR and what to do in the case of requests, or else it could cost you millions.


On completion of this course, learners should know and understand the following:
  • Understand relevant legislation
  • Define personal data
  • Describe who the GDPR applies to
  • List the 7 key principles
  • Describe what is meant by a lawful basis for processing
  • List an individual's rights under the GDPR
  • Describe what is meant by security under GDPR
  • Understand the need for getting further guidance on GDPR

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