The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25th May 2018. Now, under GDPR legislation, businesses must ensure ongoing training and awareness to reduce the risk of a data breach and subsequently, heavy fines, significant reputational damage and financial loss. Under the GDPR, your staff must be sufficiently trained in understanding its provisions, how to handle data securely and what to do in the event of a breach. More than 64% of data breaches are a result of human error, so your business can't afford to overlook GDPR training and education. If you fail to train your employees appropriately to the GDPR's standards, then your business may be subject to non-compliance, which can have substantial implications on your business. How does my business implement robost GDPR employee training? Where does my business begin? Download the whitepaper now to find out.
We break down the different aspects of the GDPR and why it's crucial to train your employees. Our whitepaper provides practical steps on where to begin and pointers on how to deliver effective GDPR employee training.
More than likely, your employees will be the first to come across a potential data breach. Therefore, it's vital that every single employee has a basic understanding of the GDPR's standards and how to uphold them within your business every day.
Alongside general training, certain departments within your business need specific training in accordance with their roles. If employees have access to and handle individuals' data in their everyday roles, further in-depth training is required. Discover the relevant aspects of the GDPR to your Marketing, Accounting and Finance, Human Resources, Sales and IT departments.
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In our whitepaper, we have broken down the GDPR for you, including the aspects of the GDPR every employee must be aware of, as well as department-specific GDPR practices that various arms of your business will need to know.
Download the whitepaper now to get to grips with GDPR employee training for your organisation.