On March 30, the National Center for Personal Data Protection (NCPDP), performed a training course for the employees of the Parliament’s Secretariat of the Republic of Moldova to ensure the compliant implementation of the provisions of the legislation on personal data protection within personal data filling systems.
The topics addressed in the training were: general notions on personal data protection, the principles of personal data protection, assurance the security and confidentiality of personal data within the personal data filling systems, general aspects of personal data security, simple and essential security measures and data subjects’ rights.
The employees of the Parliament’s Secretariat were trained by the Interim Deputy Head of the Legal Department, NCPDP, Denis Coțofan, who mentioned during the event about the main aspects regarding the legality of personal data processing. In this context, Denis Coțofan specified a set of rules that a data controller should apply, namely: the processing of personal data on the basis of a legal obligation; the purpose and legal basis of the data processing must be argued in a clear and precise manner; data subjects must be informed that at the basis of personal data processing is the law and that there may be restrictions on the exercise of their rights.
The training course was held online at the request of Parliament’s Secretariat and was attended by 51 employees.