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United States Privacy Digest | Utah’s privacy officer wants to train, certify 50 privacy, security specialists Related reading: A view from DC: Is your privacy notice stuck in the ’90s?




Utah’s Government Operations Privacy Officer Christopher Bramwell wants to find and train at least 50 professionals in data security and privacy, StateScoop reports. Bramwell said with funding from the American Rescue Plan, Utah will support identifying potential professionals, developing trainings and getting individuals certified. Bramwell said work has been underway “getting contracts in place to do statewide on-site education that would cover training for every agency to have certified professionals on staff for both privacy and security certifications.” Editor's note: Utah became the fourth U.S. state to enact comprehensive privacy legislation on March 24.
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