With accelerating growth in data-centric technologies such as Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and gig economy, there is an exponential increase in the volume of personal data generated, collected and processed around the world and in Singapore. The new Personal Data Protection (Amendment) Bill 2020 just passed on 2 November 2020 seeks to strengthen the accountability of organisations, to recalibrate the balance between individual’s consent and organisational accountability to harness data for appropriate and legitimate purposes, to grant greater consumer autonomy over their own personal data, and to strengthen the effectiveness of enforcement efforts by the Personal Data Protection Commission (“PDPC”).
The amendments to the PDPA are timely in the fast-changing landscape of the digital economy, and bring Singapore’s personal data protection laws up to date and aligned with international standards, such as the GDPR.
This workshop identifies and communicates key legislative and regulatory requirements, assesses, documents and reports potential areas of non-compliance with regard to policies, procedures and business activities. It assists in the integration of procedures to ensure compliance, as well as prepares management report for follow-up.
It includes the Introduction to Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA), Data Protection Provisions and Do Not Call Provisions with the overview of the PDPA 11 Key Obligations, Role of Data Protection Officer (DPO), Create an Organisation’s Data Inventory Map (DIM) and Identify Possible Areas of Non-Compliance), Develop a Process for Dispute Resolution, Training and Communications and managing Data Breaches.
Here’s a video on the overview of Fundamentals Of The Personal Data Protection Act (2020)