[Remote Online Learning] COMPLIANCE FOR MALAYSIA PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION ACT 2010 & INTRODUCTION TO EU GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION, 23-24 September 2021 via Zoom
Officers and anyone handling personal data in any organisations are strongly advised to have a compliance framework, adequate training and PDPA policies in place. Companies found guilty not complying with the PDPA law will face stiff penalties ranging from RM100,000 to RM500,000 per offence plus jail term.
Remote Online Learning: Understanding Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) & The Implication of EU’s General Data Protection (GDPR), 4-5 May 2021 via Zoom
Is your organization fully in compliance with PDPA? Do you know in early May 2017, a company in the educational industry was charged under the Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (PDPA) for processing the personal data of former employees without a certificate of registration. If convicted, the maximum penalty is a fine of RM500,000 or up to three years in jail or both.