Hello, I am in-house counsel for a medium sized UK company (250 employees) and would like to know if anyone can suggest a basic GDPR online training provider that provides training videos for company employees?
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It’s worth chatting with Chris, it seems like he’s done a lot of work on this.
I also agree with Stephen, I’ve used KnowB4’s phish alert button, they have some great paid and free resources.
Other’s to consider – https://www.bobsbusiness.co.uk/ & https://www.metacompliance.com/ (Full disclosure on MetaCompliance, we resell their platform to SMEs)
I have researched a range of eLearning tools for many of Cybata’s clients. I have learnt that there are so many factors that will impact the right platform for your organisation. Here are some thoughts;
– Some of the largest providers are US based and my clients real from the obvious language differences.
– Some clients absolutely need SCORM to allow support of existing/additional material from that provided.
– Others absolutely want integration with their HR system.
Some clients need the tool but also need a wider program of supporting materials such as email/social/posters.
– Having the content that chimes with the culture of the business is for me also a critical consideration.
Happy to have a conversation if desired – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sounds like it is a company wide initiative so in this case I would use one of the ‘security awareness providers’ who as part of the solution provide phish testing emails, hundreds of videos on GDPR and other security related topics, and importantly a delivery mechanism to ensure employees are engaged. Employee engagement is key and very difficult to achieve. If a breach were to happen the ICO will ask the question – ‘When were your employees last trained’….so you need evidence of a program rollout and employee engagement.
We use KnowBe4 as they have the largest video content and then include a services wrap for cyber security training sessions and to deliver the phish email tests.
In the spirit of openness on this forum you could choose from between 10 and 20 mainstream vendors, all of which would fit the bill.
I would recommend the specialist GDPR companies only if you want specific individual’s, such as a DPO, to get some certificates.
Yesterday I wrote a full response but it got blocked. Wonder if the fault has been corrected.