We provide practical training to various groupings and tailor the training to the client’s needs, encompassing all aspects of data protection and cyber-hygiene.
We also organize various public trainings. Take a look at some of our data protection and information security training courses we have done below.
Upcoming public trainings in data protection and cyber security:
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We have conducted numerous trainings on various data protection subjects:
- Data protection and cyber-hygiene tailored to the needs and audiences of organisations
- Data markets, why do we need data protection
- Lessons learned from data protection fines in Europe
- Data protection in employment (together with leading legal advisor Kristel Tiits)
- Data protection seminar – data mapping and documenting data processing
- Data protection seminar – ensuring compliance of documents and processes
- Data protection seminar – risk assessment methods and conducting DPIA
Data protection Transmission of personal data to the US – mission impossibl On 16 July 2020, the European Union Court of Justice (CJEU) passed judgment C-311/18 (Schrems II), invalidating the US-EU certificate programme Privacy Shield, which ensures data transmission security. Read full article
Information security Information security audit helps a company save money In addition to the pandemic the 2020 is memorable as the year or record growth in cybercrime. According to the FBI the USA companies have reported a 400% growth in cyber-attacks and 68% more companies reported of fraud. Read full article
IT-audit IT audit – it may look like an expense, but in real life, i Most companies view an IT audit as an expense, but experts say in reality, it helps companies to save money – especially if it’s conducted at the right time. An IT audit is a possibility to obtain an external view of the information system in current use. Read full article
Remote work A five-year leap in two months: remote work as a new norm Remote work due to the coronavirus in companies is becoming a new positive trend, which is difficult to reverse, but both companies and employees will benefit from adapting to it, according to Äripäev’s radio program “Kasvukursil”. Grant Thornton Baltic's HR manager Marge Litvinova, IT-manager Arko Kurg and Partner of digital services Vladimir Rüntü discuss the plusses and minuses and possibilites and threats of working in different places such as the office, home offive or office abroad. Read full article