Understand GDPRLearn about GDPR without the complex legal jargon. As you’ll work through this course, you’ll work on a variety of concepts that will be elaborated with practical examples and use cases.
Whether you are a data scientist, manager, student, or curious citizen, you may have heard about GDPR in some form.
Discover The Purpose of GDPRSince it took effect, GDPR, or the General Data Protection Regulation, is arguably the most influential data protection law in the world. Whether you live in the EU or not, GDPR impacts how you do business and how it might influence the data protection laws and procedures wherever you are.
Learn About GDPR PrinciplesAfter completing the course, you will have a clear understanding of GDPR principles, the accountability obligations, and how your and your company can benefit by setting up GDPR-compliant processes not only for the present but also to be able to adapt to evolving technologies and regulations.
GDPR no fear!Free
Can I learn about GDPR without being overwhelmed? Yes, you can! In this first chapter, you will learn about the building blocks and the basics of the GDPR to get you ready to explore its principles and use cases in real life. And hopefully, you will appreciate GDPR rather than fear it.
GDPR concepts in a nutshell
In this chapter, you will learn about the core concepts of GDPR- the 7 GDPR principles, legal bases for data processing, data subject rights, international data transfers, and examples of enforcement consequences for organizations.GDPR principles explained50 xpFrom principles to practice100 xpHow much is too much?50 xpLegal bases for data processing50 xpKnow your legal basis100 xpLegitimate interest, what's that again?50 xpReal impact!50 xpAdequate or not?100 xpFines are not fine50 xpData subject rights50 xpData subject access requests50 xpRights in action100 xp
Security of Data Processing
Security in GDPR is much more than securing your company against computer viruses and malware attacks. In this chapter, we'll learn all about the organizational and technical measures required for data protection. We'll also look into the privacy-by-design approach to be resilient to evolving privacy risks.Security and GDPR50 xpIntegrity and confidentiality50 xpA must-have or nice-to-have?100 xpTechnical measures50 xpTechnically speaking..100 xpCheck the tech50 xpAnonymization50 xpTruly anonymous50 xpCalculated risk100 xpPrivacy by design & privacy-enhancing technologies50 xpBy design or by default?100 xpNarrowing down privacy by design50 xpSo what do PETs do again?100 xp
GDPR, AI, and the future
We've learned so much about data protection and GDPR. Have you ever wondered what's next? How is GDPR relevant globally, given emerging technologies and changing societies? This chapter will provide you with some answers.GDPR: big data and AI50 xpWho am (A)I?100 xpAI and GDPR50 xpAutomated decision making and profiling50 xpWeapons of math destruction100 xpThe computer said so50 xpRisks and opportunities50 xpDo no harm50 xpDouble-edged sword100 xpGDPR: What's next?50 xpEvolution, not revolution100 xpLast but not the least50 xpCongratulations50 xp
Shalini KurapatiSee More
Co-founder, Clearbox AI
Shalini Kurapati is the co-founder of Clearbox AI, a synthetic data company for privacy preservation and data quality augmentation. Shalini has studied and researched the impact of technology on society and policy and specializes in transparency, privacy, and fairness issues across data life cycles and algorithms. She is a researcher, trainer, and speaker on these topics. Shalini is a Certified Informational Privacy Professional (Europe) covering data protection regulation in the EU, focusing on GDPR. In her free time, Shalini likes to explore the Piedmontese (Italy) mountains, food, and culture.