Assemble Effective Privacy Awareness Courses

All of MediaPro’s data protection and privacy awareness courses are built from our Adaptive Privacy Library™ and contain our most popular privacy awareness configurations. You can “mix and match” content between courses as well as select content from MediaPro’s Security Awareness or Compliance Training adaptive libraries. This gives you complete freedom to assemble, brand, and deliver the exact content you need to meet your privacy awareness training requirements.

Easy to Configure and Customize

You can assemble your privacy awareness content into several “mini course” learning objects to be spread out over time, or deliver a one or more “stand-alone courses” to your employees. You can also assemble smaller “reinforcement courses” or “refreshers” for those topics that need additional attention.

Download our free white paper for expert insight into preparing for the GDPR.Our flexible delivery architecture makes this a simple and easy process. Assembling topics is done in just a few minutes and the privacy awareness courses can be branded with your logo and colors, and contain links to your policies and procedures within the courseware, at no additional change. Of course, you can always customize content or leverage our localized content as needed.  Our flexible deliver architecture makes this a simple and easy process.

Create and Sustain a Data Protection Culture

An effective corporate awareness and training program can greatly reduce many risks that cannot be addressed through technology and policies alone. Such a program can also help create and sustain a data protection “culture” within the organization. And, you don’t need to “break the bank” to achieve positive results and increased user involvement.

A good awareness and training initiative should:

  • Reinforce your corporate culture and/or data protection messaging;
  • Be integrated and complement your other security and privacy initiatives;
  • Include content that is tailored and relevant to your audience and business needs;
  • Be engaging and use different communication methods to clearly set expectations and affect real behavioral change;
  • Record knowledge attainment and track awareness results; and
  • Be an ongoing process, not just an annual event.

A high-quality awareness program will reduce your risk by helping users understand their obligations, understand their role in data protection activities, recognize data protection threats, and recognize that good data protection practices are important to their personal success, as well as the success of the organization.