- Visualize completed, ongoing and upcoming GDPR training for each employee, and schedule new training courses
- Use our intuitive interface to easily add, modify and remove employees
- Create GDPR training courses and assign employees
- See which employees require training, and which type of training
- Link training materials to each GDPR training course
Using the Data Legal Drive training dashboard, monitor training progress at a glance for each employee.
A GDPR compliance programme is a collective undertaking involving a wide range of actors. Virtually every division in an organisation is likely to be involved in personal data processing at some level. Not to mention your partners, subcontractors and service providers who may also need to bring themselves up to standard.
However, the GDPR is a legal text that was not written for the layperson. It has numerous implications whose understanding requires legal, technical and organisational expertise.
For this reason, organisations comprising multiple divisions require a comprehensive GDPR training policy. They also need to determine the proportion of employees with GDPR training. Core GDPR concepts such as processing of personal data, purpose, sensitive data, consent, and data security must be understood by every employee in the organisation.
Organisations have a crucial role to play in raising awareness of the impact of personal data processing (especially sensitive data) on the private lives of individuals, and on the rights of data subjects.
The protection of the personal data collected and processed by or on behalf of your organisation — and therefore individual rights and freedoms — hangs in the balance.
Your Data Protection Officer (DPO) or personal data manager must be able to handle this role. If not, your organisation’s compliance programme will fail. Giving them a comprehensive tool to successfully lead this project-focused task is essential.
Find out how Data Legal Drive makes the task easy.