If your business tracks any type of personal information through products, services or promotion, global data privacy rules apply.
This course teaches the concepts around personal information, the overarching privacy principles, global regulations and enterprise obligations and other key concepts.
Note: This course was updated December 2023. For an overview of what's new, click here.
- Global Data Privacy (GDP) 35 Minutes
A course timer is not included in the course. You may deploy a course with a timer using our Course Timer feature.
Emtrain helps clients meet training requirements under:
California’s Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)
California's Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
European Unioin's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The course is available in English and 50 languages that have been translated through machine translations if you are hosted on our Emtrain AI platform. If you are a SCORM client, please review this article for more information.
Required Course Elements
As part of the course, learners must both read and acknowledge receipt of your workplace violence policy using the Policy Acknowledgement cards.
Default Policy Acknowledgment cards included in the Global Data Privacy course include:
Relevant Course Pairings
It is highly recommended you develop a workplace policy on Data Privacy so that your workplace is appropriately protected.
What topics should the “response procedures to security incident” focus on? How is it different than a data breach?
Security incidents happen when there is only the potential for a security breach. For example, if you were to lose a laptop, that doesn’t necessarily mean the security has been breached. But means it might be. A data breach happens when an unauthorized person is actually looking at the data. Most companies have a process to address both internal and potential security incidents and a process for an actual breach.