Data Protection and Security Awareness Training
Data protection is important to every business, knowing what data you have and how to protect it keeps your employees safe, your intellectual property and trade secrets from getting into the wrong hands and any personal data you have restricted to only those who have authorisation to see it.
Additionally, many regulations and certifications mandate some form of training for employees and those people who are nominally attached to your organisation. The GDPR, PCI DSS, ISO27001 are just 3 examples.
Our data protection training explains why data protection is important, and what you need to do to achieve it.
Our training covers requirements for all sensitive and important data, as well as some GDPR specific topics that need to be included.
For example: Your staff should understand how to recognise and deal with requests from data subjects and recognise and respond to incidents concerning personal data.
This is in addition to the more obvious requirements for handling personal data such
We offer training at your own premises, or your choice of location, in groups up to around 20 delegates.
Why choose us?
We only use our senior consultants to deliver training courses. Senior consultants have at least 25 years working in IT Security, Data Protection and Compliance, including real world experience of delivering audits and guiding clients through remediation. The practical knowledge gained as a result of working with clients means that our training and advice is pragmatic and relevant, not just a set of slides.
We find our training works best in a workshop format, where your staff can ask questions and interact with the presenter, so that your staff gain a much deeper understanding of the practical application of data protection and security awareness.
Your staff will be taken through the following modules:
- What is Data Protection
- Why is it important
- What types of data should be protected?
- GDPR Requirements
- GDPR Overview
- GDPR Objectives
- Essential terminology and Principles
- Data subjects and their rights
- Controllers and processors
- Lawfulness of Processing
- Data Subject Requests
- Role of the DPO
- Breach and Incident Management
- Information Security
- Physical Security
- Recognising Common Security Threats
- Data Management
Because no two organisations are the same we can tailor the course content to make it relevant to your business.
Our standard course takes a half day as a one off, or we can also deliver multiple sessions** for larger organisations.
At the end of the course we will provide you with the course material as well as a list of delegates, signed by the presenter, for your accountability requirements.
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* Expenses may be applied depending on location
** Discounts are available for multiple sessions