GDPR – The Simplified Version

GDPR – The Simplified Version

Welcome to “GDPR – The Simplified Version” Course!

What you’ll learn

  • Learners should be able to articulate the key principles of GDPR, including lawful processing, transparency, and accountability..
  • Understand the rights of data subjects and the corresponding responsibilities of data controllers and processors under GDPR..
  • Develop the ability to assess and mitigate risks related to personal data processing, ensuring compliance with GDPR..
  • Comprehend the legal aspects of GDPR, including potential legal consequences for non-compliance..
  • Know how to respond to data breaches and incidents in accordance with GDPR requirements..
  • Develop communication skills to educate internal stakeholders, customers, and partners about GDPR compliance..

Course Content

  • General Data Protection Regulation –> 84 lectures • 6hr 50min.

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Welcome to “GDPR – The Simplified Version” Course!

Unlock the mysteries of GDPR without drowning in legalese! Our course breaks down the General Data Protection Regulation into digestible, practical insights. No need for a law degree—just an eagerness to understand and implement data protection.


Course Highlights:


  1. Simplified Learning: We’ve distilled GDPR into plain language, focusing on what you need to know without overwhelming you with jargon.
  2. Practical Examples: Learn through real-life scenarios. We believe in hands-on learning—understand the regulation by applying it to practical situations.
  3. MCQ based learning: We have designed MCQs for each lecture to enhance your learning experience.


GDPR – The Simplified Version” Course includes following most important articles of the GDPR:


  1. Article 1: “Subject Matter and Objectives”
  2. Article 2: “Material Scope”
  3. Article 3: “Territorial Scope”
  4. Article 5: “Principles relating to processing of personal data”
  5. Article 7: “Conditions for consent”
  6. Article 8: “Conditions applicable to child’s consent in relation to information society services”
  7. Article 9: “Processing of special categories of personal data”
  8. Article 10: “Processing of personal data relating to criminal convictions and offences”
  9. Article 11: “Processing which does not require identification”
  10. Article 13: “Information to be provided where personal data are collected from the data subject”
  11. Article 14: “Information to be provided where personal data have not been obtained from the data subject”
  12. Article 15: “Right of access by the data subject”
  13. Article 16: “Right to rectification”
  14. Article 17: “Right to erasure (‘right to be forgotten’)”
  15. Article 18: “Right to restriction of processing”
  16. Article 19: “Notification obligation regarding rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing”
  17. Article 20: “Right to data portability”
  18. Article 21: “Right to object”
  19. Article 22: “Automated individual decision-making, including profiling”
  20. Article 23: “Restrictions”
  21. Article 24: “Responsibility of the controller”
  22. Article 25: “Data protection by design and by default”
  23. Article 26: “Joint controllers”
  24. Article 28: “Processor”
  25. Article 29: “Processing under the authority of the controller or processor”
  26. Article 30: “Records of processing activities”
  27. Article 32: “Security of processing”
  28. Article 33: “Notification of a personal data breach to the supervisory authority”
  29. Article 34: “Communication of a personal data breach to the data subject”
  30. Article 35: “Data protection impact assessment”
  31. Article 36: “Prior consultation”
  32. Article 37: “Designation of the data protection officer”
  33. Article 38: “Position of the data protection officer”
  34. Article 39: “Tasks of the data protection officer”
  35. Article 44: “General principle for transfers”
  36. Article 82: “Right to compensation and liability”
  37. Article 83: “General conditions for imposing administrative fines”



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