The UK GDPR is a set of regulations governing data protection in the UK. It governs UK citizens’ privacy rights but applies to organisations across the globe. This course covers key requirements for organisations, and information on staying compliant.
A more connected, electronic world brings huge opportunities and benefits, but it also brings risks. This course will help employees understand these cybersecurity risks, and how to recognise and deal with general technological threats.
A more connected, electronic world brings huge opportunities and benefits, but it also brings risks. Keep your workforce vigilant to recognising and dealing with general technological threats with regular training using this adaptive learning course.
If you process customer data, you are affected by the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Keep your workforce up-to-date with regular training using this adaptive learning course.
Is your organization bound by the California Consumer Privacy Act? Know what is expected of your business under this game-changing privacy law and train your staff to appropriately respond to consumers’ requests in managing their personal information.
This course will help you to understand the legal requirements of Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR) under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in both the UK and EU forms.
Information security is all about making sure data in any form is kept secure. Your employees will learn about information security and their role in keeping the organization’s data secure.
This quick fire course explains the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law and how it affects you and your company.
General Data Protection Regulation strengthened EU citizen’s privacy rights, giving them more control, and helps the law be applied consistently across the EU.
This course is going to look at the online risks, the consequences of breaches, and show you why you need to back up your data.
Once you’ve taken the course, you may be surprised at the type of information that can make its way into the public domain by the Freedom of Information Act.
This course will help you understand the basics of the PCI security standards and how to put your knowledge into practice where you work.
This course covers the basics of HIPAA privacy, security and breach notification rules, as well as how to avoid and report breaches. It can be used as a refresher, or as an introduction to the HIPAA privacy and security requirements.
This course can help to understand the risks of technology on the connected way we do business.
It’s time to adopt new habits if we want to protect our privacy online.
Our online lives bring unparalleled convenience but also unprecedented security concerns. Learn the basics of online privacy protection, including how to handle fraudulent phishing calls and emails.
Complying with privacy laws across multiple jurisdictions can be complicated. This course will help you understand the fundamentals of privacy law that effects how you collect, store, transfer or erase data.
This course will help understand the relationship between risk and controls, and where to turn for guidance or best practices regarding security and privacy controls requirements.
All employees, contractors and stakeholders who use social networks are obliged to align with best practices at work. This course discusses how social media affects your employees and organization and the risks involved.
Workplace security involves taking physical and digital security measures to protect an organizations’ greatest assets – its computer systems, property, and people. Being aware of the risks is key to preventing security breaches.
Here, you’ll learn best practices for using your mobile at work, as well as how to protect your device and the sensitive information held within it.
In this ever-evolving world of technology, the importance of keeping private information private can’t be overstated. This course discusses the various online risks and how to protect your employees and your organization from them.
Organizations have access to more information than ever before. The challenge is to use this data in a way that is legal and supports business objectives, whilst preserving individuals’ rights to privacy and protecting people’s personal information.
This course covers requirements for the Payment Card Industry security, key to protecting certain card data information.