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Information Security Training
All Learners
Data Privacy
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In our data-driven world, organizations are increasingly challenged to effectively safeguard the personal data they use and maintain. This course examines the kinds of personal information that need protecting and identifies common errors that can put information at risk. It explores the concepts of data acquisition and data mining. It also considers specific data storage and handling practices that serve to protect personal information – and those that can jeopardize information. It provides your employees with best-practice tips for protecting information on the road, in the office and around the world.

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  • All Learners
All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • An in depth look at what constitutes personal information
  • Best practices for acquiring necessary information
  • The potential pitfalls of public information
  • The presumption of privacy for personal information
  • Best practices for proper use of information
  • Restricting access to data
  • The importance of following records management policies and proper storage procedures
  • Best practices for avoiding online risks

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