Launch of Data Protection Accountability Course

Dublin, 2nd October 2020

We're pleased to announce the launch of a Data Protection Accountability course in partnership with ProPrivacy.

This course is aimed at data protection professionals who want to demonstrate compliance (accountability principle - Art 5.2 GDPR) in their organisations or in their clients' organisations.

Under Article 30 of the GDPR, a register of processing is mandatory and must be made available to a EU Supervisory Authority if required.

There are many additional benefits to the maintenance of such register such as:

  • Demonstrate the organisation level of compliance.
  • Cost reduction of data protection programmes.
  • Improved risk assessment as activities are put in context.
  • Improved staff training.
  • Improved data processing agreements.

We're hosting this course to train people working in the data protection arena build comprehensive registers of processing activities also known as "Corporate DPIAs" (Register of Processing Activities + Risk Assessments).

Course outline

The course will take the example of a fictitious company called Limelight Limited employing 150 people. Philipa & Claude will show you how to prepare Limelight's register of processing activities.

  • Day 1: Finding the purpose & putting things in context (Business Analysis & Audit)
  • Day 2: Documenting the processing activities (Business Analysis & Legal)
  • Day 3: Gap analysis - Assessment (Legal)
  • Day 4: Technical & Organisational Measures (Governance)
  • Day 5: Reporting (Governance & Legal)

Bizoneo is also providing a complimentary subscription to Bizoneo Professional Edition (worth €900) for all course attendees. 

The course can be booked from the following website:

Data protection school