The CommLaw Group is pleased to offer Privacy Awareness Training programs to Telecommunications and Cloud Communications service providers operating in the United States and across the globe.
For Telecoms & Cloud Communications Providers
Unlike the high-level, “cookie cutter” approach to employee privacy training available to businesses through online courses, tutorials, and webinars, The CommLaw Group delivers in-depth training that is customized and tailored to your Company, taking into consideration unique factors such as:
- Type of services and solutions offered
- Geographic scope of customer base and users
- Company size and budgets
- “Online” or “In Person/On-Site”
- And more
The CommLaw Group’s Privacy Awareness Training programs deliver what your Company needs to ensure its employees, management and business owners understand how to comply with the privacy rules & regulations specifically applicable to your Company. You will learn the “rules of the road” when it comes to the following:
- Background and principles of data protection
- Employee and Company responsibilities with respect to the protection, storage, transmission, and use of personal customer data and information
- Consequences of non-compliance
Employee Privacy Training is a recommended “Best Practice” for all businesses, particularly those serving in the communications and information technology sectors, where access, storage, transmission, and use of personal customer data and information is a daily occurrence. Incorporating this “Best Practice” into your Company’s routine will result in increased awareness and sensitivity to the issues, requirements, and risks associated with operating in the ever-increasingly digital economy, thus reducing the potential for economic exposure and reputational harm to your business. It may even aid in your Company’s qualification for and reduction in costs related to Cyber Risk Insurance.
Do not hesitate! Contact The CommLaw Group now to schedule a free consultation and receive a No Obligation “Scope of Work and Fee” proposal!