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Profiling and Big Data

Training course carries 5 hours CPD points 

Courses take place in:

London & Dublin

 

Big Data is big business, and the technology that gives rise to the activity known as profiling has multiple benefits for both organisations and individuals. However, these benefits come with risks, and it is these risks that the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) seeks to mitigate against.

This practical session considers how organisations can reap the benefits of Big Data whilst minimising the risks of falling foul of the legal provisions, including:

  • how data protection law applies to profiling and Big Data
  • how the extended territorial scope of the GDPR catches ever more profiling activities
  • the rights individuals have under the GDPR, including transparency, control, data minimisation and data portability
  • controllers’ increased accountability to individuals and the remedies available to individuals
  • the circumstances in which profiling is acceptable
  • how to reduce the risks of ‘discriminatory’ decision-making
  • the relevance of the privacy by design and default regime
  • the GDPR position on profiling and special category personal data
  • practical guidance on what information must be supplied to customers and others
  • how to obtain explicit consent, where required

It is recommended that delegates attending this course have some existing knowledge of data protection. Those with no existing knowledge should attend Data Protection Essential Knowledge – Level 1 before attending this course.

 
Course Trainer

Fedelma Good

Fedelma Good
Director
PwC


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Course Information
LondonThursday, 06 June 2019
DublinMonday, 01 July 2019
LondonThursday, 05 December 2019


Short Day – 10.00am to 4.00pm (lunch included)


£485 plus VAT (€625 plus VAT)

10% discount for all additional delegates booked at the same time


Who should attend:
Compliance Officers, Marketing Managers, Human Resources Managers, Office Managers, Company Secretaries, IT Managers, Business Analysts, Records Managers, Archivists, Information Managers, Legal Advisors, Data Protection Officers, Database Managers, and others.

 

Practitioner Certificate in Data Protection

 

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