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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Security and Privacy for Big Data - Part 2 by EIT Digital

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5 reviews

About the Course

This course sensitizes regarding privacy and data protection in Big Data environments. You will discover privacy preserving methodologies, as well as data protection regulations and concepts in your Big Data system. By the end of the course, you will be ready to plan your next Big Data project successfully, ensuring that all privacy and data protection related issues are under control. You will look at decent-sized big data projects with privacy-skilled eyes, being able to recognize dangers. This will allow you to improve your systems to a grown and sustainable level. If you are an ICT professional or someone who designs and manages systems in big data environments, this course is for you! Knowledge about Big Data and IT is advantageous, but if you are e.g. a product manager just touching the surface of Big Data and privacy, this course will suit you as well....

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By Kai P

Apr 29, 2019

Excellent!

By Uri H

May 08, 2019

A good intro to the GDPR. Key concepts about data security.

By Muhammad U

Aug 24, 2019

The course was very informative and bit challenging MCQ's. Really enjoyed completing this course.

By Ionut M C

May 30, 2019

Much better than part I.

By Charlie H

Aug 27, 2019

There wasn't a lot to this course. I was hoping for more technical details on GDPR and more in depth information into the law. This was close to an overview. Just surface level introduction, but little details into the law. There were some topics discussed, but not at any level that you could use as a skill. It was just to introduce the idea and explain at a high level what the idea was. Having the information that would allow you to execute the idea you'll have to learn that somewhere else. You could almost read the syllabus and go research those ideas on your own and learn more. I think it's courses like this that give education a bad name because you don't walk away with actual demonstrable skills.