Posted in : Quiz on 20 April 2018

GDPR is the hottest topic in organisations throughout Europe. The countdown is now on and it is vitally important to ensure your organisation is taking steps to ensure you are GDPR-ready.

Challenge yourself with our GDPR quiz and see if you are prepared or unprepared. Be warned, it gets tougher as the quiz progresses.

Did you know that Legal-Island's eLearning course can help you upskill your entire workforce on GDPR?

Click here to get free instant access to review Legal-Island's GDPR compliance online training on behalf of your organisation. 

What does the GDPR eLearning training cover?

This course is part of our unique, two-year GDPR compliance training plan and was designed specifically for organisations based in Ireland by a team of data protection experts and lawyers. It covers:

  • The 6 principals of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • Subject Access Requests
  • Reporting Data Breaches
  • Data Privacy & Security

Here’s what your peers say about our GDPR training:

 "An interactive and engaging eLearning experience, giving a good grounding in the principles and application of the Data Protection legislation - suitable for any organisation handling personal data."

Dorothy Quinn MSc RM BSc Econ, Managing Director, DeeQue

"The module materials were easily understood and the key information was in a format and style that was interesting, relevant and delivered in a clear and concise manner.
The examinable component of the module was clearly linked to the module learning objectives. Overall, a very worthwhile and valuable exercise."

Claire O'Donoghue, Human Resources Directorate, Irish Aviation Authority


This article is correct at 20/04/2018

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