Indian Data Protection Summit 2020-Day 1

Participation is free. Join on the above meeting room on Zoom platform or watch on You Tube channel.

The complete program is as follows:

The speakers conducting panel discussions are as follows:

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Batch 2 of Online Training on Global Data Protection Laws

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Next Batch of Training on Global Data Protection Laws

Cyber Law College is scheduling the Second Batch of training for FDPPI’s Certified Data Protection professional-Module G program starting from 7th November 2020 as a week end program.

The Course objective is to provide the necessary knowledge back up for Data Protection Professionals in India who are typically handling personal data processing not only from India but from many countries in other data protection regions.

FDPPI’s Module I covers in depth the Indian data protection regime based on the Personal Data Protection Bill 2019. The Bill is expected to be a law in the next budget session and after which  additional free bridging session/s will be conducted to cover the changes for all those who have already attended the earlier program on Module I by Cyber Law College.

Now, this Module G  covers the following  global laws which we consider are relevant to the Indian data protection community.

a) GDPR
b) CCPA
c) Singapore PDPA 2012
d) DIFC Data Protection Law
e) HIPAA
f)LGPD(Brazil)

Course Contents:

1 Concept of Privacy and the journey of Data Protection Regulation from HIPAA to GDPR and PDPA (India)
2 GDPR- Applicability, Data Protection Principles and Data Subject Rights, Exemptions and Derogations
3 GDPR-Cross Border Transfer of Data, SCC, BCR
4 GDPR-Compliance Obligations, DPIA, Privacy By Design,
DPO, Remedies, Liabilities and Sanctions
5 CCPA- Applicability, Principles and Data Subject’s Rights, Legitimate Interests,
6 CCPA-Compliance Obligations, Notice, Consent, Legitimate Interest etc
7 LGPD- Overview
8 DIFC-Overview
9 Singapore PDPA-Applicability, Principles, Data Subject’s Rights, Exemptions,
10 Singapore PDPA-Compliance Obligations
11 Challenges in Compliance of Multiple Data Protection Laws
12 Discussions

Appropriate reading material would be provided to the participants and an online examination would be held before Certification.

The course is conducted by Cyber Law College and the fee would be Rs 9000/-

Those who complete the training would be eligible for taking up the qualification examination for “FDPPI’s Certified Data Protection Professional-Module G”.

The examination cum certification (after clearing the cut off score)  is available only for members of FDPPI and the examination fee is Rs 6000/-

Cyber Law College would provide a discount of Rs 3000 to all members of FDPPI as of October 30, 2020, and hence training fee for such members would be Rs 6000/- instead of Rs 9000/-

Those who join the program after October 30th are required to pay Rs 9000/- for the training program.

FDPPI provides two kinds of program namely Foundation membership at Rs 6000/- and Supporting membership at Rs 15000/-. Both kinds of members would be eligible for the discount of Rs 3000/-.

The examination fee is also mandatory for all persons who would like to take the certification.

In summary the cost of the program is as follows:

  1. Training Program only: Rs 9000
  2. Training+certification for current members upto October 30, 2020: Rs 12000
  3. Training+certification+membership (Foundation) upto October 30, 2020: Rs 18000/-
  4. Training+examination+membership (Foundation) after October 30, 2020: Rs 21000/-

Registration is Open

The program is scheduled to be conducted over 12 sessions spread over Saturday and Sunday from 7th November 2020 and may go upto  December 13th. (Subject to changes if any due to holidays).

Suitable material would be provided during the training program for further study.

Examination will be available after December 19/20.

The timing of the sessions would be 90 minutes each day and it would be held from 11.00 am in the morning.

If any clarifications are required, kindly contact Naavi

Naavi

P.S: Payment can also be made here through Cyber Law College (Division of Ujvala Consultants Pvt Ltd)

 

Copy of the Prospectus is available here.

The profile of the faculty is available here

 

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Want to know how to be a DPO in a hurry?

DPO or Data Protection Officer, is the coveted corporate position that many professionals are after at this point of time. Every country wants to introduce a law to protect the Privacy of their citizens through a data protection regime. Along with the data protection law comes the need for compliance and under a threat of heavy fines.

This has generated a new senior corporate position of the DPO who is responsible for the compliance of the law in the organization that may be called a Data Controller, Data Processor or Data Fiduciary or by any other name.

DPOs are executives who have to monitor the data processing activities of the organization carried out by the technology team, sold by the business team and secured presently by the Information Security team and provide advise on how it should not be done. With the threat of large penalties for non compliance hanging like a Damocles sword, no CEO or the Board can ignore the need to identify and designate a competent person to hold the position which comes with a legal empowerment to supervise the activities of the CTO, CISO, CMO etc

With the Indian Personal Data Protection Act around the corner, GDPR, CCPA, Singapore PDPA, DIFC-DPA etc already in place, there is a scramble for appropriately skilled manpower to hold the important position of DPO in many organizations.

While Naavi has been urging the community to understand the Personal Data Protection and be ready before the bill becomes the law, complacency in some parts of the industry continued and many preferred to wait for the law to be enacted before getting prepared.

Now as some organizations are looking out for recruiting the right candidates, there is a likely hood of these laggards losing opportunities to other swift movers who have already taken steps to acquire relevant skills.

The manpower agencies are finding it difficult to put together a proper job specification because there is lack of understanding of the requirements even amongst them. As a result, reputed organizations are trying to recruit DPOs in India without even recognizing that the knowledge of Indian regulation for data protection (as it exists today in the form of ITA 2000 and as is emerging in the form of PDPA) is of paramount importance for such candidates.

Many prospective candidates are rushing to read the Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 now  after seeing an advertisement for DPO recruitment so that they can at least try to attend the interview and take their chance.

While Naavi along with Cyber Law College and Foundation of Data Protection Professionals (FDPPI) is conducting in depth training programs leading to “Certified Data Protection Professionals”, from last December, there are many who have started running now to catch the bus of opportunity which has already started moving.

To ensure that such of those people who are making their last minute efforts to prepare for their DPO interviews, Cyber Law College has created a ” Certified DPO Foundation”  Program.

The program will cover a gist of  Indian and Global data protection laws, Relevant Technology aspects, Data Audit aspects and Behavioural Skills all of which are relevant for an effective DPO.

This program for Aspiring DPOs will be conducted by Naavi  through web interactions. The program will be specifically tuned for the requirement of different aspirants and may run for 3-5 hours.

This would be a unique program for those professionals who are trying to catch up with an opportunity before it is too late. It will involve Counselling as well as transfer of key knowledge elements with problem solving skills to mentally prepare the aspirants for the responsibilities of a DPO.

Interested persons can contact Naavi for more details.

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Last few days for Registration for CDPP course on Module G on Global Data Protection Laws

The Course objective is to provide the necessary knowledge back up for Data Protection Professionals in India who are typically handling personal data processing not only from India but from many countries in other data protection regions.

Module I has already covered in depth the Indian data protection regime and this Module G  covers the following five major global laws.

a) GDPR
b) CCPA
c) Singapore PDPA 2012
d) DIFC Data Protection Law
e) HIPAA

Course Contents:

1 Historical Perspective of emergence of Data Protection laws in different countries
2 GDPR- Applicability, Data Protection Principles and Data Subject Rights, Exemptions and Derogations
3 GDPR-Cross Border Transfer of Data, SCC, BCR
4 GDPR-Compliance Obligations, DPIA, Privacy By Design,
DPO, Remedies, Liabilities and Sanctions
5 CCPA- Applicability, Principles and Data Subject’s Rights, Legitimate Interests,
6 CCPA-Compliance Obligations, Notice, Consent, Legitimate Interest etc
7 HIPAA- Overview
8 DIFC-Overview
9 Singapore PDPA-Applicability, Principles, Data Subject’s Rights, Exemptions,
10 Singapore PDPA-Compliance Obligations
11 Challenges in Compliance of Multiple Data Protection Laws
12 Discussions

Appropriate reading material would be provided to the participants and an online examination would be held before Certification.

The fees for the Course consists of

a) Membership fee: Applicable only for new members*

b) Examination fee: Rs 6000/-

c) Training fee: Rs 6000/-

Since the membership fee is presently a minimum of Rs 6000/-, the total cost of certification for a new member would be Rs 18,000/-. For members the cost would be Rs 12,000/-

Registration is now open and the Prospectus is available here for more details

  • Patron donors are eligible for certification even if they are not members. New Patron donors who want to take Certification without membership need to have a minimum patron donation of Rs 6000/- to be eligible for taking up the Certification examination. The examination fee of Rs 6000/- would be additional to the patron donation.
  • Training can be attended without Certification or Membership at a cost of Rs 6000/- . Such attendees will be issued a Participation Certificate from the Training Partner.

Naavi

Payment can be made to our training partner here.

The complete information about the program is available in the enclosed Prospectus.
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Training for Certified Data Protection Professional -Module G to start in July

The much awaited module on Global Privacy and Data Protection Laws as part of the Certified Data Protection Professional Module G, conducted by the Foundation of Data Protection Professionals in India (FDPPI) is set to be launched on July 11, 2020.

Cyber Law College as the training partner of FDPPI will be conducting the first of the programs as a virtual program.

This module will cover the global privacy laws such as GDPR, CCPA, Singapore PDPA, Dubai Data Protection Law and HIPAA.

The complete information about the program is available in the enclosed Prospectus.

Naavi

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On Demand Courses on Data Protection and Cyber Laws in India

Cyber Law college has been a pioneer in online education in India having started the Cyber Law Courses way hack in October 2000.

In the recent days Cyber Law College conducted 3 programs on the Indian Data Protection Regulations leading to the Certification as “Certified Data Protection Professional” (Module-I), from FDPPI.

FDPPI will now require to start training programs on the other modules of the Certification program one of which will be on Global Laws such as GDPR, Singapore PDPA, CCPA etc.

Cyber Law College has therefore decided to provide on demand video lectures on Data Protection through a set of 8 videos. Similarly a course on Cyber Laws and ITA 2000 is also being offered in the form of a package of 9 videos.

The videos will be available in  “Streaming” format within a window of 3 months.

The Course on Data Protection is priced at Rs 4000/-

The course on Cyber Laws/ITA 2000 is priced at Rs 3000/-

More details of the course are available in the links below:

 Course on Data Protection

Course on Cyber Laws/ITA 2000 :

(The videos will be activated after confirmation of payment within 24 hours)

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An opportunity is before you. Grab it today. Tomorrow may be too late.

A new career is unfolding in the field of “Data Protection Professionals in India”.  The subject of “Data Protection” is a techno legal domain. It can be considered as an extension of the Cyber Law expertise for legal professionals looking for Corporate careers. The IT and IS professionals can also look at this domain as an enrichment of their present expertise and acquiring an additional dimension to their current careers.

This knowledge could be a gateway for the new career opportunities in the field of Data Protection.

In the direction of preparing the professionals towards this new career, Naavi is conducting a series of educational programs in which more than 100 senior professionals have already taken part.

Over the next two week ends, Naavi is conducting another online program  which is a good opportunity for professionals to start their journey in this direction.

Probably when the Covid Lock down ends and the realities of economic disturbance hits the employment scenario, there will be need for professionals to preserve their positions by re-skilling themselves in appropriate futuristic knowledge. This is one such opportunity.

The participants of this program have the opportunity to also appear for the Certification examination of Foundation of Data Protection Professionals in India (FDPPI) and qualify as “Certified Data Protection Professional (Module-I)” by paying an additional fee subsequently.

Remember that India is already under a Data Protection regime under Section 43A of Information Technology Act. The forthcoming Personal Data Protection Act is only a new version of the “Due Diligence” and “Reasonable Security Practice” under the current laws.

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Another Batch of CDPP-Module I Course to commence on 6th June 2020

Copy of Prospectus available here

FDPPI (Foundation of Data Protection Professionals in India) has already conducted two Certification oriented training programs for CDPP-Module I. (Certified Data Protection Professional-Module I) through  Cyber Law College.

Additionally Cyber Law College has also conducted stand alone training programs on Personal Data Protection Act and some of the persons who took the program later opted to take the online examination for the purpose of certification.

The next batch of Certification oriented training will start on 6th June 2020. This will be a week end batch to be conducted on 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th of June. Each of these four days there will be two sessions of 90 minutes each, one in the morning between 10.00 am and 11.30 am and one in the evening between 4.00 pm to 5.30 pm.

The sessions will be conducted online by Naavi, the Director of Cyber Law College.

The participants will be provided necessary reading material and can take the  online examination on 28th June 2020. The online examination would be for 90 minutes.

The fees for the course would be as follows

Course Fee Rs 5000/-
Examination fee Rs 5000/-
FDPPI Membership fee (lifetime) Rs 5000/-
Total Rs 15000/-

The current program is called Module-I and is part of a 5 part “Certified Expert Data Protection Professional” which will consist of the following four more modules which will be conducted some time later independently.

Module-G Global Privacy and Data protection laws covering more particularly, GDPR, CCPA and Singapore PDPA
Module-T Technology for Data Protection Professional
Module -A Audit for Data Protection Professional
Module-B Behavioural skills for Data Protection Professional

Interested persons can register by completing the payment.
For any further information, contact Naavi.

Payment Link :

Clarifications:

  1. The four sessions together constitute 12 hours of training. Morning and evening classes are not repetitions.
  2. If a participant wants to opt of FDPPI membership, the option is to opt out of the examination also and only attend the training for which the fee would be Rs 5000/- only.
  3. The FDPPI membership fee is presently a life time membership. In case of future certification modules, it is not payable again. In future there is a possibility that the membership fee may be revised upwards but the existing members may continue without additional payment.
  4. There are certain concessions Cyber Law College may pass on for existing FDPPI members and some associate organizations. But such concessions are only for those who opt for the entire program with examination and not training alone.

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Course on ITA 2000/8 and Cyber Jurisprudence


Program conducted over interactive online session. Covers entire Information Technology Act along with the Cyber Jurisprudential analysis of the law, including Digital Signatures, Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act and Legal aspects of Information Security, Cyber Crimes in E Banking, E Commerce scenario etc on

REGISTRATION CLOSED

All participants would be issued participation certificate from Cyber Law College

Also see: Back to Teaching ITA 2000 with a Cyber Jurisprudence perspective

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