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Certified Data Protection Officer

Overview

By acquiring the certificate of a Certified Data Protection Officer, you will depict that you completely comprehend the gap between the present organizational process and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) including procedures, privacy policies, consent forms, data protection impact assessments and working instructions.

The training course in Certified Data Protection Officer allows you to develop the required skills, knowledge and competence to efficiently execute and manage a compliant framework with an aim to safeguard the personal data. After mastering all the crucial concepts and theories of General Data Protection Regulation, you can sit for the examination and apply for the credential of a ‘PECB Certified Data Protection Officer’. By acquiring the certificate of a Certified Data Protection Officer, you will depict that you completely comprehend the gap between the present organizational process and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) including procedures, privacy policies, consent forms, data protection impact assessments and working instructions. This will assist in associating organizations in the process of adoption of the new regulation.

Target Audience

  • Senior managers and DPO responsible for the protection of personal data of an organization and the management of multiple risks.
  • Consultants or project managers who desire to support and assist an organization in the execution of the new procedures and adoption of the new requirements cited in the GDPR which will come into action by 25th May, 2018.
  • Expert advisors in personal data security.
  • Compliance experts and technical experts desiring to prepare for the job of a Data Protection Officer.

EXAM DETAILS

The examination of the ‘PECB Certified Data Protection Officer’ meets the needs of the PECB Examination and Certification Program (ECP). The examination encapsulates the below mentioned domains of competency :

  • Domain I : Rights of the Data Subject and concepts of Data Protection
  • Domain II : Data processors and controllers
  • Domain III : Planning the project of GDPR compliance
  • Domain IV : Privacy Impact Assessment and Data Protection Impact Assessment
  • Domain V : Approaches and measures of data protection
  • Domain VI : Measurement and monitoring of the GDPR agreement project and evaluation of performance