What month and year was the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) published?
A) November 2015
B) April 2014
C) January 2016
D) May 2016
In the event of failing to comply with the GDPR regulation, what is the maximum fine that can be enforced?
B) 2% of annual turnover & 40,000,000 euros
C) 4% of annual turnover & 20,000,000 euros
D) 4% of annual turnover & 200,000 euros
An individual about whom personal data is recorded is a...?
A) Person Who Lives Alone
B) Living Person Who Can Be Identified
C) A Person Dead Or Alive Who Can Be Identified
If I am an EU citizen, which of the following countries/group of countries need to conform to the GDPR regulation if I make a purchase from them?
A) All Countries
B) EU Member States Only
C) European Countries, Whether In Or Outside Of EU
D) All Countries Outside Of Europe
What role will become mandatory for certain organisations under the GDPR.
A) Chief Information Officer
B) Data Protection Officer
C) DevSecOps Officer
D) Chief Executive Officer
What is the deadline for compliance to the GDPR regulation?
A) 25th May 2018
B) 1st June 2018
C) 1st May 2018
D) 28th May 2018
In the event of a data breach, under what timescales are you obliged to report this to the Data Protection Regulator?
What of the statements below are benefits to your organisation from becoming EU GDPR conformant?
1. Avoid Heavy Fines – Avoid the loss of reputation resulting from data breaches.
2. Legal Compliance – Your company is compliant with all the requirements laid down by the law allows you to avoid unnecessary fines and legal headaches.
3. Better Business Management – The Data Protection Act requires better management and storage of information, this can generally lead to better business practices.
4. Customer Security – It will instil faith in the minds of your customers.
A) Only statement 1 is correct.
B) Only statement 4 is correct.
C) All statements are correct.
What acronym best describes how data is to be protected under GDPR?
Which statement is true and is one of the main difference between the EU GDPR and DPA 1998?
A) DPA – There is no requirement for an organisation to remove all data they hold on an individual.
GDPR – It is the same as the existing DPA law.
B) DPA – Enforced by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
GDPR – Compliance will be monitored by a Supervisory Authority in the UK with each European country having its own SA.
C) DPA – Protection Impact Assessments (PIA) are not a legal requirement under DPA but have always being ‘championed’ by the ICO.
GDPR – PIAs are not mandatory for EU General Data Protection Regulation compliance.
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