“If you make customers unhappy in physical world they might each tell 6 Friends, If you make customers unhappy on the Internet they can each tell 6000 Friends…….” Jeff Bezos.
In an ever growing digital world Organizations, Marketers had long controlled the Personal Information of consumers. Storing, Manipulating, Distributing & Selling the personal data of consumers had been part of the organizations long term strategy, whether the individuals liked it or not. Using the personal data to qualitatively & quantitatively predict the behaviour pattern i.e., Purchase Pattern gave distinctive competitive advantage to organizations. The users were bombarded with relevant advertisements; soon users were bombarded with all kinds of irrelevant advertisements in all their devices via SMS, email, Instant messages, Phone calls etc., more often users ended up victims of phishing leading to huge financial losses. The continuous attack of advertisements from irrelevant, unknown sources began to interrupt users’ digital activities resulting in invasion of privacy…….
In the year 1995 European Union (EU) announced Data Protection Directive bill to protect the processing and free movement of individual’s personal data.
What is GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation?
The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) is a legal framework that requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of European Union (EU) citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states. It covers all companies that deal with the data of EU citizens, specifically banks, insurance companies, and other financial companies.
The 1995 Data Protection Directive allowed each of the 28 European Union countries to customize the DPD according to the needs of the citizens of respective countries which allowed lot of leeway’s and failed to protect the privacy of individual’s data.
In the year 2016 European Union adopted GDPR, which is a Regulation than a directive. GDPR requires full adoption of regulatory act forcing all 28 European Union countries to fully comply without any leeway, what-so-ever.
Today a whopping 128 out of 194 countries had put in place legislation to secure the protection of data and privacy.
SMATICA’s Digital experts in partner with PECB has developed an unique program based on GDPR guidelines & ISO 27701 standards.
Why SMATICA’s GDPR Training & Certification is Important for You?
The Information Privacy Policies across the world requires compulsory statutory requirements to be in place in order to achieve compliance, top 3 are listed below:
- DATA BREACH INCIDENT RESPONSE PLAN.
- HIRE DATA PROTECTION OFFICER.
- CREATE A RECORD or LOG OF RISK & COMPLIANCE PROGRESS.
The pre-requisite compulsory requirement means SMATICA Trained & Certified DATA PROCESSING OFFICER will always be in demand around the world!!!
Benefits of SMATICA’s GDPR Training & Certification Program:
- Understand the concepts of the GDPR and interpret its requirements
- Understand the content and the correlation between the General Data Protection Regulation and other regulatory frameworks and applicable standards, such as ISO/IEC 27701 and ISO/IEC 29134
- Acquire the competence to perform the role and daily tasks of the data protection officer in an organization
- Develop the ability to inform, advise, and monitor compliance with the GDPR and cooperate with the supervisory authority
- Understand the Privacy Information Management System implementation process
How to get started with GDPR Training & Certification program? The new subjects – GDPR require guidelines from modern thinking, digital world experts who will guide you to the current needs & futuristic world……
SMATICA also offers PECB Certification programs on:
ISO 27701 Lead Auditors
ISO 27701 Lead Implementer
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