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Governments, businesses, and private citizens all use computers on a daily basis. Cyber security exists to protect computer systems and shared data from theft or damage by any presence that plans to do harm. Security is a constant issue as technology changes and criminals circumvent existing safety measures.

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Master in Data Protection Management (GDPR)

Sida Group Management Academy
Campus Full-time 240 hours May 2019 Italy Rome Milan + 1 more

The training course, structured on the specific needs of the subjects who design, implement and control the management of the protection of personal data, responds to the purpose of clarifying the application of the GDPR and the domestic legislation and provides indications on the organizational effects of the new legislation, on the role of the subjects involved (so-called privacy governance) and on the preparation of safeguards, management of estimates (privacy management) and controls (privacy monitoring and compliance).