GDPR QuizPosted in : Quiz on 20 April 2018
GDPR is the biggest development in data protection legislation in decades. In essence, it is designed to bring controls on how organisations process personal data into line with 21st century developments, like social media, e-commerce, mobile data and the cloud.
Fines of up to €20m or 4% of your global turnover could be imposed. If you have not prepared for the GDPR you will be exposing your organisation to those massive fines and the public relations nightmare that is sure to follow. Your reputation could be ruined. But the good news is even though the GDPR deadline date has passed, it's not too late to become compliant.
Challenge yourself with our GDPR quiz and see if you are prepared or unprepared. Be warned, it gets tougher as the quiz progresses.
Did you know that Legal-Island's eLearning course can help you upskill your entire workforce on GDPR?
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What does the GDPR eLearning training cover?
This course is part of our unique, two-year GDPR compliance training plan and was designed specifically for Northern Ireland-based organisations by a team of data protection experts and lawyers. It covers:
- The 6 principals of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- Subject Access Requests
- Reporting Data Breaches
- Data Privacy & Security
Here’s what your peers say about our GDPR training:
“We have signed on for the full two-year package, including the refresher training. We found the process really easy, the training was specific to NI and interactive for our staff. A really valuable piece of training and the whole process was handled brilliantly”
Judith McConville, Human Resources Officer, Co-Ownership Housing
“Ensuring our staff understand how we keep our clients’ data safe and secure is key to how we conduct our daily business. E-learning has made this simple. It provides a grounding in the principles of the Data Protection Act and gives practical guidance on its application in the workplace. Feedback from staff confirms that the training is user friendly and helps the learner engage positively with the subject area. It has been a really valuable addition to our staff training schedule, encouraging tangible changes to our daily working practice.”
Michael Walker, Orchardville Society
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- In Brief: Case Law Special (November 2018)
- Can employers be vicariously liable for data breaches of their employees?
- WM Morrison Supermarkets PLS v Various Claimants 
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