Preventing a data breach
You will meet with various staff members across several departments to ascertain how information is processed and stored. Reporting back to management, you will need to explain how and where data breaches occurred. You will receive a higher score for the more points you correctly raise with management.
- What a data breach is and how they can happen
- How to comply with data protection laws in global jurisdictions and follow best practice
- The rights of the individual regarding their personal data
- How to handle and process personal data securely
- What to do in the event of a data breach
- Who has responsibility for keeping information secure
Our eLearning courses provide an easier, more convenient way to access training and learn new skills. You will be sent a link to access the video session and have access to it for 12 months.
Some of our eLearning courses have a test element to help maximise your learning and can usually be completed in a hour. Don't forget that and any time spent studying will contribute towards your Continued Professional Development (CPD) requirement if you are a member.
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