Personal data protectionThe General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, RODO) is a European Union regulation of April 27, 2016, which enters into force on May 25, 2018. Its main goal is to harmonize the provisions on the protection of personal data and their free movement in EU countries.The EU GDPR regulation introduces a number of changes, among others, regarding data administration, storage, deletion, transfer, immediately informed in the event of a hacking attack on data. The GDPR regulation also regulates the conditions for imposing administrative penalties on non-compliant entities - they amount to EUR 20 million.To meet the needs of data controllers, our Ośrodek Szkolenia Operatorów OSO invites you to training in the field of data protection. These are comprehensive theoretical and practical classes that cover all issues related to the GDPR.The program includes information such as:legal basis for the processing of personal databasic definitions in the field of personal data protectionwho is the data administrator and what are the administrator's taskswho is the data protection officer status and what are his taskswho is the entity processing personal datageneral conditions for the imposition of administrative finesrecording processing activitiesorganizational structure of personal data protectionconditions for expressing consent to the processing of personal datarules regarding the processing of personal datathe right of access by the data subjectprocessing of special categories of personal dataThe training in the field of personal data protection is conducted in the city of Warsaw. The price of the training also includes catering and a lunch break.During our classes, we use modern, activating teaching methods that allow us to provide participants with knowledge in an accessible and effective manner.If you are also interested in GDPR training, please contact us to arrange the details.We cordially invite you to choose our educational offer at the OSO Operator Training Center!