The role of data protection officer (DPO) is still relatively new at a large number of companies. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the EU specifies the duties and accountability of a Data Protection Officer (DPO) as well as the reporting structure to that person. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which was adopted on April 14, 2016, entered into force on May 25, 2018, after being in effect since April 2016. It is significant to remember that the legislation affects any business, wherever in the world, that offers products or services to citizens of EU member states. It does not just apply to member nations of the EU.
Competencies and Certifications
Even though both are necessary, it is preferable for a DPO to have expertise and experience in the field of cybersecurity. The candidate’s recommendations for managing risk assessments, preventative measures, and studies of the impact on the privacy of personally identifiable data will be based on their prior experience with actual security breaches. Nevertheless, even though security is a key concern of the GDPR, this is not the law’s main requirement.
The ideal applicant would be well-versed in GDPR and possess past legal experience related to privacy issues. They will possess reputable credentials in the areas of security and privacy, which the relevant authorities may verify. The ideal applicant will possess a relevant C-DPO intermediate certification from the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) or the Information Assurance Professionals’ Institute (IAPP). It is quite useful to already have connections with regulatory bodies that have authority over issues with data protection and privacy.
The C-DPO Foundation Program at Tsaaro Academy
Tsaaro Academy is pleased to introduce the C-DPO Foundation program, a cutting-edge offering tailored for those embarking on their data protection journey. This comprehensive course begins by addressing the fundamental requirements of data protection compliance under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It then seamlessly transitions to more intricate areas of study.
This comprehensive C-DPO Foundation Course covers a wide spectrum of critical topics, equipping participants with a robust foundation in data protection practices.
The C-DPO Intermediate programme at Tsaaro Academy
There is a new C-DPO Intermediate course from Tsaaro Academy. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the UAE Data Protection Law, the Kenya Data Protection Act, and other international laws’ basic requirements for data protection compliance will be covered at the outset of this in-depth certified C-DPO Intermediate course. Later, it will switch to more complex subjects.
Data mapping, important internal or external policy considerations, the use of Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs), breach and incident response, Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs), vendor evaluation, international data transfer requirements, and documentation are just a few of the topics covered in this certified C-DPO Intermediate course.
The C-DPO Practitioner Program at Tsaaro Academy
Tsaaro Academy is delighted to present the C-DPO Practitioner program, an innovative offering designed specifically for individuals embarking on their data protection journey. This all-encompassing course commences by delving into the essential prerequisites for data protection compliance under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Subsequently, it smoothly progresses into more intricate domains of exploration.
The comprehensive C-DPO Practitioner Course encompasses a diverse array of pivotal subjects, providing participants with in-depth insights into critical areas. This program equips individuals with a strong grounding in data protection practices, setting the stage for successful navigation of the complexities within the realm of data protection.
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