Data Protection Learning Programme Series: Meeting the Challenges of Digitization with E-Learning

Digital development has progressed rapidly over the last ten years: Data acquisition / processing, communicative networking, artificial intelligence and robotics are leading to far-reaching global changes on a personal, social, political and economic level. However, the development of IT systems and infrastructure not only offers opportunities but also harbours risks. Institutions, infrastructures, companies and individuals offer a wide area for attacks from the cyber and information space. Even comparatively small resources in combination with criminal energy can be enough to cause considerable damage. But also the general data protection in companies according to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU-GDPR) is still connected with difficulties in many areas.