A Learning Guide to Data Privacy in the Workplace

While you may not think about it often, data privacy can play a bigger role in your day to day life than you realize. Think about all of the junk mail that you receive or the telemarketing calls that make their way to your phone. All of those advertisers got your contact information from somewhere.

Data privacy is mainly about getting a say in who or what gets to view your personal information which can include your telephone number, email address, or other personal tidbits. This privacy should extend to who sees the information, who sells the information, and what they can do with it.

As a company, making sure that your customer’s data remains private is not just an ethical issue, in many cases, it can be a legal one as well. Ensuring that customer data is secure protects the customers, the employees, and the company.

In this free eBook: A Learning Guide to Data Privacy in the Workplace You’ll learn:

  1. What Exactly is Personal Data
  2. What Exactly is Sensitive Data
  3. Protecting Data of Employees
  4. Being Responsible with Data
  5. Security, Access, and Accountability
  6. Creating a Culture of Data Privacy