The Digital Personal Data Protection Bill (DPDP Bill) is a legislative proposal that aims to regulate the collection, processing, storage, and transfer of personal data in the digital realm. The bill is designed to protect individuals’ privacy and data rights while establishing guidelines and obligations for organizations that handle personal data.
29th August 2023 (TUESDAY)
8:00 pm to 9:00 pm (IST)
10:30 am to 11:30 am (EST)
Attending the Infosec Train webinar on the Digital Personal Data Protection Bill is crucial for anyone seeking a comprehensive understanding of data protection regulations. Led by industry experts, the webinar offers insights into the bill’s nuances, ensuring attendees stay compliant, earn a CPE certificate, access recorded sessions, learn from practical examples, and receive post-training support, all while networking with professionals who share a common interest in safeguarding personal data in today’s data-driven landscape.
Agenda for the webinar
Â· Introduction and Overview of the Bill
Â· Stakeholders and Enforcement
Â· Rights Granted Under the Bill
Â· Obligations on Processing Entities
Â· Penalties for Non-Compliance
Â· Key Differences between DPDP and GDPR
Â· Roadmap for Implementation
Â· How can we help in this journey
About Infosec Train:
Infosec Train is a leading IT cybersecurity company committed to enhancing awareness and expertise in data protection, cybersecurity, and compliance. Through expert-led training and insightful events, Infosec Train empowers professionals and organizations to safeguard sensitive information and navigate the ever-changing cybersecurity landscape. Their expertise in this domain is unrivaled as pioneers in cybersecurity training and consultancy. The organization also promises to offer post-training support and recorded sessions for post-training reference.
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