Swiss regtech company Indigita SA has announced that its best-selling e-Learning course on the new Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection (nFADP) is now available in three official Swiss languages. Organisations that process personal data in Switzerland, as well as foreign companies that handle data of Swiss-domiciled individuals, can now train their staff on this crucial topic in German, French, Italian, or English.
Indigita’s e-Learning course on the new Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection (nFADP) has been designed for employees across all functions working at financial institutions. With nFADP entering into force on 1 September 2023, affecting all domestic legal entities and foreign companies that process data of Swiss domiciled individuals, this training is highly relevant.
Since the scope of nFADP covers all regions of Switzerland, Indigita has produced German, French and Italian language versions of the training. This will help a wider audience to get acquainted with and fully understand the new Swiss framework for data protection, its core definitions and concepts, as well as the position of FINMA on the topic.
The course features an overview of the latest FINMA circulars and ordinances, addresses the role of the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner (FDPIC), among others, and covers the main differences between nFADP and GDPR. The training concludes with the presentation of several business cases that require the application of nFADP.
The three newly available language versions of the training feature the same learning path, length (60 minutes), and final assessment as the English version and are equally recognised by the SAQ Swiss Association for Quality.
The e-Learning course is available as part of a corporate subscription or can be purchased by individual professionals directly through the Indigita e-Shop:
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