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Information Security Training
All Learners
Data Privacy
Rich Media

This course delivers training to show employees best practices for ensuring that personal data is not misused or put at risk of unauthorized exposure. Using a combination of engaging videos, animations and interactive exercises, this course provides a solid, foundational knowledge of basic data privacy concepts. Employees learn how to safely handle personal data and how to quickly and appropriately respond to potential or actual data breaches. Written to comply with key data privacy requirements, like the Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), this course includes guidelines for safely using technology, as well as role-specific information for employees who may handle more personal data as a part of their job.

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  • All Learners
All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • What is personal data
  • How do you protect personal data
  • Guidelines for responding to a data privacy breach
  • Role-based best practices for handling and protecting personal data
  • Value of policies and procedures
  • How and when to speak up about potential, suspected or actual data privacy breaches

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