Any role in a Quebec business where personal data is being processed should be familiar with the new law. Here is a list of roles of those who should attend:
Quebec is implementing strict data privacy laws that every Quebec business must adhere to. The first regulation must be met by this September. Be prepared for the changes to come over the next two years.
The workshop is being presented in English and in French. For the French workshops, visit this link.
The next English workshop is on July 21-22, from 9 am to 1 pm EST including breaks. The following trainings will take place August 25 and 26, Sept 22 & 23, Oct 20 & 21, Nov 17 & 18 and Dec 8 & 9.
History of data privacy and introduction to Law 25
Definitions and Scope of application
Key differences between Law 25 and pre-existing laws (GDPR, PIPEDA)
Fundamental Principles and Legal Basis for Processing Personal Data
Expansion of Data Subjects’ Rights
Gradual implementation of Law 25’s provisions (1st /2nd /3rd year requirements)
Person in charge of the protection of personal information - Role and Responsibilities
Managing and Reporting Privacy Incidents
Privacy by Design and by Default
Privacy Impact Assessments
Transborder Data Flows and Outsourcing
Increased Powers for the Commission d’Accès à l’Information (CAI) – Sanctions and Penalties
Governance Policies and Practices
Speed up the learning curve. Eliminate hours of work from your IT and legal team to determine the necessary requirements to comply with
Empower your team with the knowledge to properly prepare for Bill 64 requirements.
Understand the extent of the Data Protection Officer and how to assign the role. By the end of the year, every Quebec business will need one.
Get the information you need to comply with Bill 64 and save your team endless hours of research towards understanding and implementation. No prerequisites required.