"Data privacy has quickly and dramatically become one of the most important tech issues in the world, and affects virtually every institution—businesses, governments, non-profits/NGOs, and more—that uses data. If you manage a team or a business that uses other people's data (to any degree), identify the legal responsibilities you hold and learn how to set policies and develop operational plans that adhere to newly emerging laws. "
Learn why data privacy is a crucial issue, and how to manage it.
Identify the global rights and responsibilities of data privacy and governance.
Understand how GDPR affects you in any part of your job that connects to using data.
Understanding and Prioritizing Data Privacy with Michelle Dennedy
Get an introduction to the basics of data privacy: what it is, why it matters, and who it impacts, from consumers and private citizens to policymakers and C-suite business leaders.
1h 14m • COURSE
Creating a Culture of Privacy with Kalinda Raina
Protect your customers, your employees, and your organization. Create a successful privacy program by building privacy into the very foundation of your company culture.
57m 23s • COURSE
Learning GDPR with Kalinda Raina
Join Kalinda Raina—head of global privacy at LinkedIn—to learn about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): what it is, why it matters, and how it impacts your company.
13m 6s • COURSE
GDPR Compliance: Essential Training with Mandy Huth
Learn about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a privacy-related regulation in the EU. Discover if you are impacted and how your organization can comply.
55m 17s • COURSE
GDPR for Marketers with David Booth
Learn how the GDPR affects marketers around the world. Prepare for the new privacy regulation, which becomes active and enforceable in May 2018.
50m 22s • COURSE
Achieving GDPR Compliance with Microsoft Technologies with Andrew Bettany
Understand how GDPR affects your organization and how to achieve compliance using Office 365, Microsoft Cloud App Security, Azure Information Protection, and Compliance Manager.
1h 51m • COURSE
You'll learn GDPR and data privacy skills with these experts
Michelle Dennedy is the VP and chief privacy officer at Cisco.
She works to raise awareness and create tools that promote privacy, quality, integrity, respect, and asset-level possibilities for data. Michelle is passionate about data privacy, data protection, and building better technology that matters. She works closely with families, executives, innovators, and dreamers at all levels and in businesses and organizations at all stages to support the combination of policy, practice, and tools.
Kalinda Raina is the head of global privacy for LinkedIn.
Kalinda is responsible for leading the Privacy team at LinkedIn, with global responsibility for overseeing compliance with data privacy laws and regulations, establishing privacy standards and policies, performing regulatory outreach, and implementing the company's compliance framework for privacy. Prior to joining LinkedIn, she led the Americas Privacy team at Apple, and was the first global head of privacy at Nintendo.
Kalinda holds a bachelor of arts in history and communications, summa cum laude, from UC San Diego and a law degree from Boalt Hall.
Mandy Huth is the vice president of cybersecurity at Kohler, Co.Whether she's designing a strategy, building a relationship, or influencing a major initiative, Mandy is prepared to tackle whatever professional challenges may lie ahead. A Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®), Mandy boasts technical expertise and the ability to reliably achieve results. Prior to her role at Kohler Co.—a $7 billion manufacturer of kitchen and bath, power, and decorative products, in addition to hospitality—she was the director of information security at Smarsh, a software company focused on comprehensive archiving solutions for highly-regulated industries and business enterprises. Additionally, she was the director of information security at Belden, a $2 billion company, where she built out the security organization for the company and senior manager of IT security, infrastructure, and operations at Tripwire, where she directed the information technology functions of the company. Her skills include cloud computing, security, and IT service management.
David Booth is a consultant, instructor, and one of the founding partners of Cardinal Path.
A Google Analytics and AdWords Certified Trainer, David's firm consults on web analytics and marketing. He has spent over a decade advising companies and organizations throughout North and Central America in web design, technology selection and deployment, search engine marketing, analytics and business intelligence, statistical analysis, and conversion testing. David has led seminars, trainings, and sessions focused on web site analytics and search and conversion marketing for audiences ranging from top executives to technical implementation teams. He has been involved in web application development as an engineer and consultant since 1998, beginning his career as a technical marketing engineer with Intel. He also spent two years with the Peace Corps, developing and deploying web sites and web applications to attract grants and international aid for Guatemalan NGOs and local development organizations. David is a Google Analytics, AdWords, and Website Optimizer Certified Trainer, and his firm is a Google Analytics, AdWords, Website Optimizer, and Urchin Certified Partner. David earned his MBA in international management from the Monterey Institute of International Studies, and he holds a BS in electrical and computer engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Andrew Bettany is a trainer and author specializing in Microsoft technologies and social media strategy.
Andrew focuses on cloud and mobility technologies, including Windows 10, Office 365, Microsoft Intune, and Microsoft Azure. He is a keen networker who is passionate about helping people—from young adults to apprentices and career changers—pursue and achieve their learning goals and gain certifications. For eight years, he managed and grew the IT Academy at the University of York, until deciding to focus more on other opportunities, consulting, authoring, and freelance training. He also sits on several company boards as a director and advises on business development and strategy.