Register of Processing Activities “RoPA”
July 25 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Lunch & Learn
– Course Overview
Each organisation processes a significant volume of personal information, and that information, or data, is used for many varying purposes; knowing what information you hold, where and for what purpose is a legal requirement under Article 30 of the GDPR Isle of Man Data Protection Law 2018.
This CPD accredited workshop gives practical guidance on how to efficiently build, develop and maintain a Register of Processing Activities, or a ROPA for short, in accordance with both General Data Protection Regulation and the Accountability Principle.
Delivered by an experienced privacy consultant, this workshop will enable you to create an efficient and compliant register in your workplace.
- What is a ROPA
- Who needs a ROPA
- Building and maintaining a ROPA
- What should ROPA include at a minimum
- Identify Processes
- Document processing activities
- The lawful basis
- Legitimate Interest Assessment
- The Privacy Notice proof
- Update Regularly
Key Learning Objectives for this course are
- How to develop and maintain a ROPA
- Understanding of data mapping; and
- Importance of processing activities integration
Who is this course intended for?
- Private, Public, Charity and Voluntary sectors
- Data Protection Officers
- Operations Directors
- IT Directors
- Project Managers
We can also come to your offices and deliver our courses, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Register of processing activities – 25 Jul 2023
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