Privacy and GDPR for researchers
In this training researchers will learn about the most important rules for privacy and data protection as set forth by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). With the knowledge and skills gained during this training researchers can ensure their data collection and research meets the strict requirements of the GDPR.
|Date:||A new date has not been set. It is possible to indicate your interest via firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Time:||9.30 – 17.15 hours|
|Fee||This training is free of charge for EUR employees.|
|Organisation:||This training is funded by CIO Office, Project Digital Safety & Privacy|
- Introduction Privacy & GDPR
- Personal data
- Purpose and Purpose Limitation
- Legitimate basis for data processing
- Focus: Informed Consent as Legitimate basis for research
- Data subject’s rights
- Pseudonymisation, anonymisation
- Researchers can determine if they process personal data
- Researchers can assess the privacy risks of their research
- Researchers know the most important rules of the AVG for research
- Researchers know the requirements for asking informed consent
- Researchers can apply the risk mitigation measures such as anonymisation and pseudonymisation
Bart Schermer | Considerati
There is an online training available on this subject. You can find it here.
Unfortunately at the moment it is only available in Dutch.