GDPR spelt backwards is Regulation on Protecting Data with Governance.
Getting started head on to assess, compile and measure the tremendous amount of effort required for GDPR compliance cannot be performed by other than in-house staff who know the idiosyncrasies of digital platforms, software ecosystems and how to streamline the current data and communication structures.
We recommend that the company itself takes control of GDPR implementation, which in the long run is cheaper and safer. Instead of reinventing the Data and IT strategy, we recommend the use of platform thinking that extends beyond the data, IT and tech areas in developing a sustainable GDPR regime that cuts data and information clutter across the organisation.
The implementation of the GDPR platform is based on the three primary components of the company's transformation technologies: cloud, social, and mobile. The cloud supports a global infrastructure for the production of GDPR data. Social networks connect employees globally and maintain their identity online. Mobile devices allow connection to the GDPR infrastructure real-time, anytime, anywhere. The right GDPR platform will then allow (almost) anyone to create content and applications that are relevant of the GDPR stakeholder.
The result will then be a globally available GDPR tool that provides all parties concerned to create businesses, contribute content, and secure appropriate GDPR services by connecting the transformative technologies and incorporating the components in the in-house GDPR platform.
GDPR construction with data protection patterns and parameters.
The success of the GDPR platform will be determined by how easily stakeholders can plug into the platform to connect, share and transact with the available information to ensure data protection. The flow of this information and data will promote how well the platform exchanges information and based on the performance of these transactions creates value for futures GDPR compliance.
Therefore to make the implementation structured, streamlined and organised, we suggest either in participating in a full-day GDPR course or conducting an in-house seminar. Both alternatives will equip the participants with practical knowledge, skills and resources. The members will also be able to create and update policies and procedures, conditions concerning data streams, auditing, practical implications and legal requirements and meets all organising the core demands of the GDPR provisions.
The certification (optional) provides an in-depth and practical understanding of the requirements the implementation of GDPR demands, including the necessary policies and procedures, and especially the role of Data Protection Officer (Data Protection Officer), and the strict rights and reporting requirements in connection with any data breaches during GDPR.
Getting started the right way.
The in-house seminar or workshop on GDPR provides all of the above and also addresses the fundamental question that underlines The GDPR platform: how to enable all stakeholders in the process to create value? The workshop provides a two-way communication which gives both a basic understanding of GDPR and comprehensive and practical knowledge to fulfil the role of Data Protection Officer (DPO) and help the company to meet the requirements of the legislation.
Based on the performance of the workshop participants and the company will be able to take control of GDPR implementation, which in the long run will be both is cheaper and safer. The GDPR course in English takes place on the 9th February 2017, at The Confederation of Danish Industries in Copenhagen. http://www.copenhagencompliance.com/gdpr/register.html
For further information about the in-house workshop, please see: http://www.copenhagencompliance.com/gdpr/GDPR-Key-Framework.pdf