Privacy Advisor

Chief privacy officers discuss employee privacy training

10.01.2012
Companies increasingly have a need to train their employees in data protection and privacy. But there aren’t steadfast rules on how companies should ensure compliance with local, regional or national laws or their own policies. Chief privacy officers are tasked with educating employees in order to protect consumer privacy and their brands. One CPO notes, “Privacy-smart employees are essential to effectively managing the organization’s personal information assets.”

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