Train and Certify Your Staff
Data is one of your most valuable assets. Your staff is the other. Now you can take good care of both with IAPP privacy training.
The IAPP will bring our elite privacy faculty to your site to teach your staff how to institute better privacy practices, drive compliance and build a more effective data protection program.
What Your Staff Will Take Away
Our privacy training programs can help:
- Reduce risk of a data breach by making privacy a shared business objective
- Improve decision-making among employees who handle data
- Facilitate collaboration and communication across departments
- Demonstrate your commitment to data privacy and protection to customers, partners, regulators and staff
Talk to our sales team about how to bring IAPP training and certification to your staff. Contact us at email@example.com or +1 603.427.9200.
Get Your Organization on Board
Need to get internal buy-in for your privacy objectives? Check out our critical points to help you start the conversation and make your case.
IAPP courses include content on laws and regulations, best practices, case studies, and more. Courses can be tailored to fit your organization’s specific needs. For example, if a law or regulation is especially relevant to you, we can add content to focus on it more intensely.
IAPP Certification: The Gold Standard
The IAPP offers the most encompassing, up-to-date, recognized and sought-after global privacy certification. Along with our training programs, we can bring testing for any of our globally recognized certification programs to your staff.
For the go-to people in your organization on privacy laws, regulations, standards and frameworks
The first and only privacy certification for the people who manage day-to-day operations
The industry benchmark for IT professionals who manage and build privacy requirements and controls into technology
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 603.427.9200 for more information about certification for your team.
"This training provided staff with an excellent opportunity to further increase their knowledge of privacy practices and principles."
Former Privacy Commissioner of Canada