Securing Data Compliance Training

We all create, use, and dispose of data in many forms every day, including electronic or hard-copy formats. It is vital for the success of any organization that they can ensure their clients and customers that they have processes and procedures in place to protect all of the data the hold and process.

Employees need to be aware of the importance of protecting data and the processes that are in place to ensure the security of data at all times. They need to know how to manage data in the cloud, how to store data, the importance of disclosures, and how to manage records.

This interactive Securing Data Compliance Training course will help ensure your employees understand how to manage and store data, as well as what records are and how to manage them.

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Interactive Screen: How does cloud computing work? Where is your data, and what laws apply to it? Laws in Europe. Privacy Shield. Access to data. Encrypting data. Using a secure network.

Scenario: Data privacy risks associated with moving customer database to the cloud.

Key learning: Responsibility and accountability always remain with the company, even if the physical location of the data is disputable.

Scenario: Moving data internationally.

Key Learning: Always comply with our policy when sending personal data/PII to another country. If in doubt, remove all the personal data/PII.

Assessment: Five-question quiz on the content presented in this topic.

Interactive Screen: Data lifecycle; create, store, use, archive, and destroy.

Scenario: Elements of an effective data security plan.

Key Learning: All aspects of security should be considered, including physical documents, hardware, and premises.

Scenario: Identifying confidential data.

Key Learning: Failing to secure confidential data could impact on individuals and also damage the reputation of our company.

Assessment: Five-question quiz on the content presented in this topic.

Interactive Screen: The laws around the information to be provided when handing over personal data/PII will vary depending on your location.

Interactive Screen: Privacy statements and your right to be provided with one before disclosing any personal data/PII.

Interactive Screen: Real-life examples of disclosure in action.

Scenario: Identifying personal data/PII that should not have been included in a report.

Key Learning: An employer has a duty to their employees to protect personal data/PII and not disclose such data.

Scenario: What to do if you mistakenly receive personal data/PII.

Key Learning: If you find yourself in possession of personal data/PII that you shouldn’t have, notify HR and Legal of the disclosure.

Scenario: What do you need to tell people before you can collect their data?

Key Learning: Customer must be informed of how their data will be used and that data should only be used in a manner consistent with the purpose for which it is obtained.

Assessment: Five-question quiz on the content presented in this topic.

Interactive Screen: Define what records are. Overview of the importance of properly managing business records. Outline the key individuals involved in the management of records, i.e., employee, records management office, etc.

Scenario: Classifying what is, and what isn’t, considered a business record.

Key Learning: Records provide evidence of business activities, our company policies and procedures, our operations, and transactions carried out by the company, both internal and external.

Assessment: Five-question quiz on the content presented in this topic.

Interactive Screen: Outline what a record retention schedule is and why it’s important to adhere to it.

Interactive Screen: Define what a Legal Hold is and what actions to take when a Legal Hold is in place.

Scenario: Scenario around when it is appropriate to destroy a business record.

Key Learning: Some records may need to be preserved indefinitely (archived). Others will need to be preserved for a prescribed period of time and then will need to be destroyed once that time period has elapsed. And other records can be destroyed immediately.

Scenario: Scenario around the correct action to take when a Legal Hold is in place.

Key Learning: When a Legal Hold is in place, you cannot destroy any records that are subject to the Hold.

Assessment: Five-question quiz on the content presented in this topic.

Summary screen that wraps up the module and provides details of where to go to speak up.

Attestation screen where learners attest that they will always adhere to data privacy policies.

More about Securing Data Compliance Training

Data comes in many formats, from paper to online, and we store that data in many different ways. It is essential that all employees in an organization are aware of the rules and regulations around storing data and our Securing Data compliance training looks at how data is stored in the Cloud, and how data is managed across its entire lifecycle.

Our Securing Data Compliance Training also delves into the area of disclosures, and emphasizes that access to personal data and the laws by which it is protected are defined by where someone lives and works.

Records management is another essential element of data management and it’s vital that your employees are aware of what records are and how they should be managed. Our training defines what records are and looks at retention schedules and the importance of legal holds.