In this course, Kalinda Raina, head of global privacy at LinkedIn, shows how to create a successful privacy program by building privacy into the very foundation of your company culture. Learn what privacy is, why it matters, and how to develop a privacy program that serves the interest of not only your customers, but your company as well. Discover how to tie your policies back to your corporate values, enlist privacy advocates from every level of the organization, and build privacy into the product development cycle.
- Explain the importance of following data privacy regulations.
- Identify which steps to take when creating a culture of privacy.
- Describe a purpose for integrating privacy into your corporate mission.
- Interpret an approach to make privacy more relevant to employees.
- Summarize the intention of privacy with product development.
Skill Level Beginner
- Does your company collect personal data? Are you thinking about how you protect it? As we head into the digital age, protecting the privacy of data is an issue every organization needs to think about. Hi, my name is Kalinda Raina and I've been working in the field of privacy for over 16 years. When I started my career, there wasn't much interest in the word privacy, and not many people understood what I did. Throughout my career, I've seen companies struggle with understanding what privacy is, why it matters, and how to effectively manage this issue. My experience has taught me that in order to manage this issue successfully within a company, you have to build, what I like to call, a culture of privacy.
I'm excited to help you better understand the issue of privacy and how you can maximize it's value for your organization. In this course you will learn, why privacy is such an important issue for companies today, how to develop a privacy program that's tied to your corporate values, how to create privacy advocates throughout your organization, how to build privacy into your company's product life cycle, and finally, how you measure successful and enduring culture of privacy within your organization. So, are you ready to help influence your organization's approach to one of the seminal issues of our century? Let's get started.