Over the last decade, the mobile phone has become the primary means for people to access the internet whenever they want and wherever they go. This has led not only to alternative internet-based communications services, but also to an explosion of third party online services that make intensive use of personal information via the mobile phone.
The course explains what data is collected from users across the mobile ecosystem and how it is stored, used and accessed, as well as the related data protection and privacy implications for government, industry and other stakeholders.
- Understand the essential elements of a mobile network and how they influence the kinds of consumer information operators can access or determine.
Discover what operators do with consumers’ personal data and how data privacy laws, including those concerned with cross-border data flows, affect the services offered by mobile operators.
Develop an understanding of the data privacy issues raised by new technologies such as 5G, big data analytics, digital identity and the Internet of Things.
Course Completion Certificates
To qualify for a course completion certificate, you must view all the course sessions and answer correctly all the quiz questions you will find as you progress through the sessions. You will also need to fill out the course survey.
Course Structure and Study Time
The course consists of seven short sessions that you will gain access to as soon as you start the course. As this course is unmoderated, you can study it at any time. It should take you no more than two to three hours of study time per week to complete the course in two weeks. However, after enrolment, you will have one month to complete this course.
There are currently no places available on this course
Boris is the Senior Director of Privacy at GSMA. In his role, Boris seeks to lead public debate around privacy in mobile and to help global membership deliver long-term benefits for mobile users. He is a firm believer in the value of data privacy leadership: organisations and governments can innovate and grow AND foster privacy and trust.
Boris has developed his expertise in data privacy over 17 years having previously worked as a specialist lawyer at Accenture, the UK Information Commissioner’s Office and in private practice. Before that he also gained valuable experience at the European Parliament and the European Commission.
He currently sits on the Privacy Advisory Group for the UN Global Pulse and the European Commission Multistakeholder expert group for GDPR and holds IAPP CIPP/E and CIPM certifications.