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Data breach reporting: reporting on staff training and awareness

Have your staff had data protection training in the last two years?

Do they know how to determine whether a breach has occurred and how to respond to the incident? 

All staff need to be aware of their security responsibilities and report potential attacks as soon as possible. This will save you valuable time when responding to an incident.

Regular staff awareness training will help embed effective security practices throughout your organization and reduce your risk of attack.

As well as providing staff with training on the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and their data protection responsibilities, it is essential to establish a process for escalating security incidents so that they are handled appropriately.

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Our staff awareness training courses are a cost effective method of educating staff.

Staff awareness training

GDPR Staff Awareness E-learning Course

This simple-to-use, interactive GDPR Staff Awareness E-learning Course introduces the Regulation and the key compliance obligations for organizations. It aims to provide a complete foundation on the principles, roles, responsibilities, and processes under the GDPR.

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Information Security Staff Awareness E-Learning Course

The interactive Information Security Staff Awareness E-Learning Course teaches the most important elements of information security, and aims to reduce the likelihood of human error by familiarising non-technical staff with security awareness policies and procedures.

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Staff awareness programme implementation

Deploy a bespoke staff awareness training programme based on your organization’s unique needs and culture, which may include any combination of e-learning, posters, gamified digital elements, staff newsletters, workshops, and more

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Certificated training for individuals

Our unique GDPR training program provides a comprehensive introduction to the Regulation’s requirements, and a practical guide to planning, implementing and maintaining a GDPR compliance program.

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