Training for the European ePrivacy Regulation

Training program 1

Preparing for the European ePrivacy Regulation, for EU and non-EU firms (tailored-made training).

Possible modules of the tailor-made training program:

- Introduction to the European ePrivacy Regulation.

- Subject matter and scope.

- The protection of fundamental rights and freedoms of natural persons in the provision and use of electronic communications services.

- The protection of private life and communications.

- The protection of the fundamental rights and freedoms of legal persons in the provision and use of the electronic communications services.

- The processing of electronic communications content and of electronic communications metadata.

- The sending of direct marketing communications to end-users.

- Territorial scope.

- Important definitions.

- What is ‘electronic communications metadata’ and ‘location data’?

- Consent.

- Confidentiality of electronic communications data.

- Permitted processing of electronic communications data.

- Permitted processing of electronic communications content.

- Permitted processing of electronic communications metadata.

- Compatible processing of electronic communications metadata.

- Storage and erasure of electronic communications data.

- Protection of end-users' terminal equipment information.

- Presentation and restriction of calling and connected line identification.

- Exceptions to presentation and restriction of calling and connected line identification in relation to emergency communications.

- Blocking unwanted, malicious or nuisance calls.

- Publicly available directories.

- Unsolicited and direct marketing communications.

- Supervisory authorities.

- European Data Protection Board.

- Cross-border cooperation.

- Remedies.

- General conditions for imposing administrative fines.

- Penalties.

- What is extraterritoriality?

- Extraterritorial application of EU law.

- Risk and compliance management challenges for firms established in non-EU countries.

- Master plan and list of immediate actions, for firms established in EU and non-EU countries.

- Other new EU directives and regulations that introduce compliance challenges to EU and non-EU firms: The NIS 2 Directive, the European Cyber Resilience Act, the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA), the Critical Entities Resilience Directive (CER).

- Closing remarks.

Target Audience, duration.

We offer a 60-minute overview for the board of directors and senior management of EU and non-EU firms, tailored to their needs. We also offer 4 hours to one day training for risk and compliance teams, responsible for the implementation of the EU directives and regulations.


Our instructors are working professionals that have the necessary knowledge and experience in the fields in which they teach. They can lead full-time, part-time, and short-form programs that are tailored to your needs. You will always know up front who the instructor of the training program will be.

George Lekatis, General Manager of Cyber Risk GmbH, can also lead these training sessions. His background and some testimonials:

Terms and conditions.

You may visit:

Contact us

Cyber Risk GmbH
Dammstrasse 16
8810 Horgen
Tel: +41 79 505 89 60


We process and store data in compliance with both, the Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The service provider is Hostpoint. The servers are located in the Interxion data center in Zürich, the data is saved exclusively in Switzerland, and the support, development and administration activities are also based entirely in Switzerland.

Understanding Cybersecurity in the European Union.

1. The NIS 2 Directive

2. The European Cyber Resilience Act

3. The Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA)

4. The Critical Entities Resilience Directive (CER)

5. The Digital Services Act (DSA)

6. The Digital Markets Act (DMA)

7. The European Health Data Space (EHDS)

8. The European Chips Act

9. The European Data Act

10. The European Data Governance Act (DGA)

11. The EU Cyber Solidarity Act

12. The Artificial Intelligence Act

13. The Artificial Intelligence Liability Directive

14. The Framework for Artificial Intelligence Cybersecurity Practices (FAICP)

15. The European ePrivacy Regulation

16. The European Digital Identity Regulation

17. The European Cyber Defence Policy

18. The Strategic Compass of the European Union

19. The EU Cyber Diplomacy Toolbox