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.
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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 Processing of employees’ personal data in the context of th Many employers have questions about whether and to what extent personal data can be requested from employees in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. In this article, I highlight some practical questions and concepts that employers should factor into processing of employee personal data and provide advice on how to mitigate the main risks for both employer and employee. Read full article
Data protection Turning a blind eye to data protection can end up costing m Having data protection affairs in order at a company ensures reliable and trustworthy relations with businesspartners and a stronger position at the negotiating table. On the other hand, problems can mean fines running into the millions of euros even long after the issues are resolved. Read full article
Data protection and information security Who is a data protection officer? In certain cases, companies have an obligation to appoint a data protection officer. This obligation applies both to companies that process data themselves and to companies that process data from other companies. The data protection officer must also be recruited or outsourced by public authorities. Read full article
Data protection Whats up with WhatsApp? In January WhatsApp announced that it is changing its data policies so that the users only options are either to agree to their data policy and make data about them available to Facebook, the owner of WhatsApp, and any of its chosen third parties or not use the service. Grant Thornton Baltic's Head of Data Protection and Cybersecurity Maili Torma opens up the subject. Read full article