Product Owners’ Introduction to the principles of GDPR
In the game industry, players are constantly sharing their personal information (data) through games. GDPR and the Data Protection Act of 2018 aim to protect and regulate the use of that personal data. There is a greater responsibility for studios and owners to protect their players’ data. Fines of up to 4% of their annual global turnover (or €20 million, whichever is greater) can be enforced for non-compliance. This course is perfect for familiarising yourself with the rules and ensuring that your video game is compliant.
Who should take this course?
Product Owners should be aware of the new data privacy laws and how they apply in the video gaming industry. This Introduction to GDPR Principles course is designed to give every game owner an understanding of the new rules which apply to data management and, in particular, data privacy.
KEY LEARNING POINTS
- The Introduction to GDPR Principles is designed to give every game owner an understanding of the new rules which apply to data management and, in particular, data privacy.
- We all need to know what our obligations are and the consequences of our own actions in our day to day lives, on the personal data we handle and manage.
- This course examines the types of data that are considered Personal Data and how the different types need to be managed. We examine the rights that every individual person has over their own personal data, and what every studio must be prepared to do when managing this data.
- Every individual player has the right to know what data a studio holds on them and can ask to have access to this – learn about the rights to Subject Access Requests so you and your organisation can prepare.
- The relationship a game has with its players is key in this new Data Privacy era, and this course explains where consent to hold and use personal data is required and where you and your game have a legitimate and lawful basis to retain that information.
- Does your organisation need a Data Protection Officer, and do you need to undertake a Data Protection Impact Assessment? You will learn what the rules are for this and what is involved.
- What happens if there is a data breach of security? What constitutes a data breach and what should you do about it if one occurs? With this course, you will gain an understanding of the key issues.
- Learn about the cost of non-compliance with GDPR and what your studio’s liability is under the regulation, and where in the world this is all applicable.
- At the end of this course there is a short multiple-choice test.
ADVANTAGES OF THE COURSE
- Complete the course, pass the short, multiple-choice test and receive your CEPAS, Bureau Veritas Group certificate
- All courses have been written by our team of multiskilled, data privacy experts whose experience across global sectors for many years provide you with practical advice and interpretation to help you learn.
- Self-paced online learning means you can access the course 24/7 and revisit whenever you like, studying at your own page. Your progress is monitored so you know where you are in the course.
- Well-designed navigation means the course is easy to work through
- Technical support is on hand should you run into difficulties
- Every course ends with a test which gives you the confidence that you have developed your understanding and knowledge.
- Restrict Processing
- Automated Decision Making
- Data Subject Rights
- Lawful Basis
- High Level Action Plan
- Step by Step
- Additional Considerations
- PD Breach
- One Stop Shop
- Additional Countries
- EN US Privacy
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