Tech leaders need a fundamental understanding of the environment in which they operate which includes laws and regulations. In this course, Global Behaviors Post-GDPR: Executive Briefing, you will learn foundational knowledge GDPR’s geographic reach. First, you will learn which organizations need to comply with GDPR and how it could be enforced. Next, you will discover the effect on advertising and tracking that GDPR has had in the weeks after its implementation. Finally, you will explore the future state of GDPR . When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of the global implications of GDPR needed to work with legal and marketing teams within the organization.
Disclaimer: This is a general introduction to GDPR. It is not legal advice and if you need legal advice make sure you talk to a qualified lawyer within your own jurisdiction.
Troy Hunt is a Microsoft Regional Director and MVP for Developer Security. He's a regular conference speaker, frequent blogger at troyhunt.com and is the creator of the data breach notification service known as “Have I Been Pwned”.
What Still Needs to be Done? So to draw this back to GDPR, what is the point of this? Does this make the site GDPR compliant? It does make the site GDPR compliant, but it's BS, isn't it? But this is not what GDPR wants, surely, to make things just confusing on people. Because you imagine, okay, your average person I don't think he really even knows what a cookie is. Sure. And do they really know what _____ is? I don't know, absolutely. So what you've got on the one hand is you've got the lawyers saying we need to do this, and you've got the marketing department saying we need to do this. Remember I talked about it being a maturing thing, and in a years' time things will be different? Stuff like this will mature. Where do you think is the right middle ground here that respects the sentiments and the objectives of GDPR, but represents it in a way which is consumable by humans. Where you've got an interface here that says, you know, we're listing the types of cookies by what they do, and you can turn them on and you can turn them off in a really clear transparent manner. Yeah, which would make more sense. Yeah. So I think this is version 1. Remember, we're both old enough to use some really bad version 1 software. Version 2 will be better. Maybe, and I know you sort of said this is perhaps not the right word, when I said transition, and we said, well, actually it really applies from the 25th of May, but maybe this is the sort of thing which over time has to find a more comfortable equilibrium from where it is now. And what will happen is someone will complain about this probably, and the regulator will look at it, or we'll get some better guidance from the Article 29 Working Party, and over time we'll come to a nice flattening where everyone has got a good idea of what's respecting people's rights, but also allows, for instance, newspaper sites to make some money. We hope you enjoyed this course. If you're interested in more content for technical leaders, content we keep short and focused with the up-to-date information you need to be informed and make decisions but without getting buried in the details, find other courses like this at plrsig. ht/exec.