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Celebrating Data Privacy Day!  

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People around the world mark January 28th each year as Data Privacy Day.  On April 26, 2006, the Council of Europe launched an annual event to raise public awareness of privacy and data protection issues. Convention No. 108 is the first legally enforceable international data protection agreement. It was signed in 1981 and the anniversary of the signing is celebrated on January 28th each year.

Since it was first celebrated in 2007, Data Privacy Day has been the catalyst for major changes in the regulatory landscape governing privacy on a global scale. Regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) impose strict obligations on businesses, while providing customers with additional legal protections and provide rights. Data Privacy Day provides an opportunity for organizations and individuals alike to educate the public about the need to protect personal information and promote best practices in this area. This opportunity is offered annually on January 28th.

What activities can we and you focus on as an organization to celebrate Data Privacy Day?

There is no one right way to commemorate Data Privacy Day. But on this day, everyone needs to stop for a moment and think about how important it is to protect personal information. For example, to better understand what it means to “accept cookies”, he could spend five minutes of his day researching the topic. You may want to look up what “legitimate interest” or “privacy explainer video” means on YouTube. Both of these can be found in the search bar.

On the occasion of Data Privacy Day, businesses can choose to educate their employees about the safety procedures in place to protect personal data. This time is also ideal for workshops outlining strategies for maintaining the confidentiality of personal information. We aim to rebuild privacy for all our clients and viewers.

Getting as much education as possible should be a priority. Reading the latest news and developments in the area of ​​privacy may provide the necessary cannonball if keeping the conversation going is your goal. It’s more essential than ever to get it removed, cleaned and ready for use.

  • Protect Your Privacy

We often talk about how we help organizations gain trust by following privacy best practices and ensuring the highest possible level of protection for sensitive data. That said, there are some basic actions you can take to protect the privacy of your personal information while surfing the web. Some examples are given below.

Most of us have accidentally clicked the “accept cookies” button without fully understanding how it works. But have you ever wondered why ads are still appearing months after the company ended their campaign? Clearing the cookies stored in your browser regularly can prevent advertisers from You can prevent tracking information from being stored on your device. Cookies are useful, but they also pose a security risk as cybercriminals can easily use them to steal information from your computer.

You will be informed of the legal rights given to you regarding the collection and use of your personal data by your organization. Subject to many regulations, you have the legal right to obtain a copy of your personal information held by the company. In many cases, we may comply with your request to remove this information from our systems. These rights often differ depending on where you are on the planet, so it is essential to be aware of which of these rights pertain to you and how you can make use of them.

You must manage your password yourself. Using ‘12345’ is hardly safe. Use a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols to make your password difficult to guess. Doing this greatly reduces the risk of being attacked by someone trying to guess your password. If you feel tired of trying to remember all those complex passwords, you can visit a trusted password manager.

  • Hold a Privacy Quiz

Set up a personal confidentiality quiz/test – If you and your friends and colleagues want to learn more about privacy but also have fun with it, there are several options. Set. Simple tests, especially those involving incentives like prizes, are good in most cases. You may simply pass on your privacy data to your peers via instant messaging or email.

  • Focus on Online Events.

Hosting or participating in an online event is a great opportunity to show your clients and other stakeholders that you take the protection of their personal information seriously. This can be achieved in various ways.

This Privacy Week will maximize the opportunities for you and your organization. For more information, please visit the website at our company. Alternatively, you can click to register directly. here.

Get ready and level up your privacy game before this week’s event.

DELTA Data Protection & Compliance Academy strives to provide the best possible instruction and training in the field of data privacy. We not only provide certification and training for Certified Data Protection managers and Officers but also give students real-world experience by working on real-world projects with them through our consulting business at DELTA Data Protection & Compliance Academy. Through courses such as Data Privacy Fundamentals and Data Protection Officer Certification, we bridge the talent gap in the global marketplace by facilitating the entry of privacy enthusiasts into the data privacy industry.

DELTA Data Protection & Compliance, Inc. Academy & Consulting – The DELTA NEWS – info@delta-data-compliance.com

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