SecureSphere by EPITA, the continuing education program for professionals, introduced its new program dedicated to understanding and applying the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) at the 10th edition of the International Forum on Cyber security (IFC) held in Lille on January 23 and 24, 2018. Secure Data is a dynamic and innovative training program developed in collaboration with legal experts and specially designed for engineers.
Now is the time to start getting prepared! As of May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation will shake up the business world. Indeed, it will give people more control over how their personal data is used and will be applicable to all European companies that collect and handle personal data. It is therefore essential to learn more about this regulation before it becomes effective. Thanks to its widely recognized expertise in IT security by the French Network and Information Security Agency (ANSSI), SecureSphere decided to launch the Secure Data program.
“Security is not simply a technical matter, but rather a cross-disciplinary subject. The GDPR, which concerns both legal and IT issues, is the perfect example!”
Marie Moin, director of SecureSphere by EPITA
Secure Data or how to best be prepared for the European regulation
Through on-line or classroom sessions, Secure Data covers the sensitive issue of protecting personal data. The program examines the challenges and implications of GDPR for organizations and identifies the governance that must be determined so that each player knows how to ensure his/her establishment is in full compliance with data protection regulations.
Designed for Data protection officers (DPO) as well as managers and decision makers, Secure Data will help professionals develop a variety of skills: identifying legal risks related to data protection, incorporating data protection in projects, managing contractual issues related to data protection, managing relations with inspection authorities, understanding the requirements made by the National Commission on Informatics and Liberty (CNIL) when issuing the new “Governance” label …