Data Privacy Awareness Training & Workshop
Raising the awareness of staff is one of the most important aspects of a good privacy program.
By raising employee awareness of privacy laws and best practices in advance, you can significantly minimize the risks of them mishandling personal information. The best way to do this is through employee privacy training. That’s why 2B Advice offers private training that is customized to meet your company’s needs. We provide privacy training in marketing, HR, GDPR, and a number of other areas. We can even develop a comprehensive training program that spans your entire organization.
We analyze your needs and develop a tailor-made concept. We provide quality training that stresses the importance of privacy while keeping the tone light and fun. Customized video campaigns present various scenarios in which data privacy is compromised. Professional posters highlight instances of unintentionally negligent handling of personal information. You can see some examples on this page.
Not only will we will provide you with our legal expertise, we will show you how to implement specific technical measures that ensure your compliance. Contact us to request your custom privacy training today!
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