Celebrate Data Privacy Day with these Six Courses
In 2020, the United States had more than 313 million active internet users nationwide, making it the country with the third most active internet users in the world. Although the internet has provided millions of people with the convenience to connect, share, communicate, learn, etc., many are unaware or even uniformed about how their personal information is being handled on the web.
Because of this gap, January 28 has come to be known as Data Privacy Day. This day aims to bring awareness to the general importance of privacy and serve as a reminder to organizations that privacy is an essential element for conducting business. As important as data privacy is, we thought we would honor the day by sharing some of our top privacy awareness and data protection courses.
Privacy, Confidentiality, and Information Security
This course outlines privacy and confidentiality rights and protections, as well as some of the latest threats and methods for protecting electronic data, including emails, wireless networks and mobile devices.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
This course covers the history of the General Data Protection Regulation, how GDPR differs from other U.S. regulations, and penalties for non-compliance.
Identity Theft: It’s Everyone’s Business
This course provides a comprehensive overview of identity theft and provides best practices on how to help ensure consumer data is kept out of the hands of criminals.
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
This course is designed to provide a high-level understanding of the California Consumer Privacy Act and its implications for impacted consumers and businesses. Th course also discussed the key elements of the law, the new consumer rights it grants, the requirements for businesses, and the potential enforcement and civil liabilities businesses face for non-compliance.
Information Security: Protecting You, Your Clients, and Your Firm
This course covers concepts to help understand procedures for protecting confidential customer information and detecting possible breaches in security.
Customer Data Protection (General/ Municipal Securities Representative)
This course discusses ways in which client data can be compromised should you fail to recognize and implement security measures in your practice.
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