GDPR – Data Processing Agreements and EU Standard Contractual Clauses - Their Application and Contents
This 2 hour on-line session provides an overview of the EU GDPR requirements for agreements between data controllers and data processors (and others) concerning the processing of EU residents’ personal data.
The GDPR makes data processing agreements (DPAs) mandatory and prescribes the issues they must address. Australian companies are not immune from the GDPR nor from the requirement to enter into DPAs or EU Standard Contractual Clauses.
These agreements are relevant to many supplier and customer relationships and privacy professionals, in-house lawyers, procurement professionals and supply chain mangers need to be aware of them.
• 2-hours of tuition (Online)
• Up-to-date material
• Copy of course slides
• Access will also be available to a recording of the on-line session.
To participate in the session, you will require a computer, headset and a good internet connection. Once your registration has been confirmed, we will forward you the link to the session.
This on-line course covers the following:
- Application of the GDPR to Australian organisations
- Data Controllers, Data Processors and Sub-processors
- International transfers of data
- Adequate jurisdictions and the EU-US Privacy Shield
When is a DPA required?
- What must a DPA contain?
- What’s negotiable?
- What are EU Standard Contractual Clauses and when must they be employed?
- Binding corporate rules
- Useful resources
This course is directed privacy professionals, procurement officers as well as in-house and external legal practitioners. It is also of relevance to risk managers and auditors and anyone interested in understanding and managing potential legal liability for personal information.