Data Privacy Week, January 22-28, is an international campaign created to raise awareness about the data threats that lurk in the shadows of the internet. The week is designed as a time for organizations to evaluate where they and their staff stand on the latest privacy laws and if they’re prepared in the event of a data breach.

As a tech company, staying on top of data privacy laws and practices is a core value that we take seriously. And as a tech company that’s here to help your firm do the same, we’ve compiled a list of our top data privacy courses that you can add to your program to celebrate the week accordingly. *

*Note: A Needs Analysis is required prior to adding and implementing your program.

1.) Privacy, Confidentiality, and Information Security

Course Code: 17751

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.

2.) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Course Code: 10210

This course covers the history of the European Union’s General Data Privacy Regulation which took effect in May of 2018 and how it could affect certain financial representatives in the U.S. Additionally, the course discusses how GDPR differs from other U.S. regulations and the penalties for non-compliance.

3.) Identity Theft: It’s Everyone’s Business

Course Code: 17730

This course provides representatives with a comprehensive overview of identity theft, as well as the things they can do while conducting their day-to-day business to help ensure consumer data is kept out of the hands of criminals.

4.) California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)

Course Code: 12347

This course is designed to provide a high-level understanding of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and its implications for impacted consumers and businesses. By the end of this course, users should have a broad understanding of 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.

5.) Information Security: Protecting You, Your Clients, and Your Firm

Course Code: 17734

This course covers concepts to help understand procedures for protecting confidential customer information and detecting possible breaches in security. The objective of this course is to educate representatives on the importance of protecting client information and provide suggestions for what to do if customer information is compromised, along with steps to take to better protect this information.

6.) Customer Data Protection (General/Municipal Securities Representative)

Course Code: 17698

This course discusses ways in which client data can be compromised should you fail to recognize and implement security measures in your practice. It is intended for retail representatives, institutional representatives, investment advisers, supervisors, or any financial service industry professional interested in learning how industry rules apply to the use and supervision of customer data.