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GDPR | AVG

A lot of attention has been paid to AVG (also known as GDPR) lately, both online and in the media talk about the enormous impact of the implementation of this law entails. It is not surprising that the attention is increasing, because the AVG will replace the Personal Data Protection Act (Wbp) on 25 May 2018.

What does AVG (GDPR) mean?

This AVG contains all rules and obligations for organizations that process personal data. The rules focus primarily on protecting these personal data and provide more extensive privacy rights for employees, customers and citizens.

Failure to comply with the AVG can lead to huge fines, so ignoring is not an option. It is therefore essential to be 'AVG ready' before 25 May 2018. So make sure you start making a plan on time, so that you can start with the correct guarantee of privacy.

AVG (GDPR) Trainings

If you want to know more about the AVG (GDPR), you can follow various training courses in the field of Privacy. To start as a privacy professional, for example, the Certified Information Privacy Professional Europe (CIPP / EU) training course is the best starting point.

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