Certified Expert Practitioners (CEP) certifications are professional certifications for specialists needing to implement and manage a framework to ensure compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation.
Cybersecurity and data resilience require a nationwide risk-based GDPR strategy that actively manages threats, dangers and impacts on important personal information and corporate assets. The three-day training seminar of certified expert practitioners (CEP) of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) can provide participants with a practical understanding of the effects of GDPR, the processes and requirements that global organizations must comply with.
Due to the growing dependence on the changing volume of information, communications and security methods, IT security issues have moved from corporate attention to information security to cybersecurity and resilience. Due to the increased systematic and interactive interaction with stakeholders, IT and cybersecurity can no longer focus on only one technology, but include a collaborative approach that is reduced from top to bottom and includes every employee from the human resources department in the supply chain.
The CEP GSODR training course focuses on the practical application of regulation; how data protection principles work in practice; what policies and procedures are needed to ensure integrated implementation. The CEP workshop also provides practical recommendations on the implementation of an adequate program to ensure confidentiality, cybernetic and information security, including:
Case study to demonstrate best practices and methodologies of GDPR ACADEMY:
Certified Expert Professional Exam: At the end of the course, you will pass the CEP certification exam as part of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This is the 90-minute multiple choice certification exam established by the Copenhagen Compliance. The exam is held online, so you need to bring a laptop with support for pop-ups. Full details of the seminar and exam will be provided by e-mail prior to the seminar.