1. You will learn to apply the knowledge gained in the GDPR DPP course with confidence.
You don't need a lot of power and influence in order for the practices you implement to take root and become regular. You should not try to force people to protect their personal data. But you don't need to wait for the written GDPR instructions to start executing themselves.
On the GDPR DPP course, we reviewed the rules. The DPM course is about creating conditions, circumstances, and procedures that will help your colleagues follow the rules more easily and naturally.
The DPM course will help you master practical tools or remember the tools you already have. You will start using the same frameworks and tools (Nymity accountability framework) that we use in working with our corporate clients to bring their organizations into compliance.
2. You will be one of the first to understand ISO27701 and be able to meet the requirements of this standard.
For many years, our company has worked with the Nymity accountability framework and helped many companies, but the use of this framework will never serve as an official confirmation of compliance with the Regulations. This is despite the fact that it has a lot of working tools (scorecards, workbooks) that have been developed over the 15 years of this framework's existence.
ISO 27701, which is an add-on to the ISO 27001 information security management standard, is much more likely to become an official confirmation under article 42 of the GDPR.
This is a new document that few people are familiar with yet and that is difficult to apply in practice, since no tools have yet been developed for it. There is only ISO text, but no working files, templates, or algorithms.
We have solved this problem. We took the content from ISO27701 and moved it to the effective working tools that are available in Nymity. This is why you will get our unique two-in-one model for the first time in the DPM course: learn the standard and get working tools to implement it.
3. You will feel more confident and inspired to complete the process.
You will learn how to create a plan and matrix of responsibilities, and evaluate resources for their implementation.
After all, perhaps the company's management doesn't accept your ideas because they are bad. It simply did 't see a clear plan of action and didn't understand the amount of resources required. Or what you offer is unprofitable for business or seems too labor-intensive and expensive.
To avoid this, it is better to first diagnose the current situation and “prescribe treatment” based on what is most relevant for your business now. In the DPM course, you will master the diagnostic method and will be able to correctly prioritize the most effective measures.
Management will take you more seriously if you come with more than just an idea, but have a well-developed plan and are ready to take leadership and responsibility for its implementation.