Custom Corporate Training
One Half-Day Session
Interactive Webinar Format
An overview of Canadian privacy principles and best practices for their implementation
Knowledge of your organization’s legal compliance requirements
Guidelines for development of an enterprise privacy program for your organization
Awareness of privacy-enhancing technologies, including de-identification and anonymization tools, and their business implementation
Insight into innovative privacy strategies for big data environments
Review key privacy concepts, discuss how to promote effective communication and collaboration around privacy, and explore how a culture of privacy can equip your organization to mitigate risks and realize a return on investment.
Understand how Canadian, US and EU privacy regulations may apply to your organization.
Explore the development of a mature privacy program, including governance, policy development, data lifecycle management, and prevention and response to data breaches.
Explore how privacy-enhancing technologies including data inference tracking, de-identification and anonymization tools, legal compliance mapping tools, and audit predictive analytics can mitigate privacy risks and help demonstrate regulatory compliance.
Explore how big data operates, how data analytics can benefit your organization, and how to develop a big data strategy for your context. Understand the privacy risks of big data/AI systems and explore how privacy can be integrated into system design. Learn best practices for privacy-informed technology procurement and adoption.
The trainers for this course on Privacy by Design for Leadership are highly experienced professionals who specialize in data privacy and security. They possess a wealth of knowledge and expertise in this field and are equipped with the latest information on best practices for implementing privacy-centric design in organizations.
These trainers have a proven track record of working with a diverse range of clients, including large corporations, small and medium-sized businesses, government agencies, and non-profit organizations. They understand the unique challenges that leaders face in managing and safeguarding sensitive data and are skilled at providing practical solutions that align with business objectives.
Moreover, the trainers are committed to helping participants understand the importance of privacy by design principles and how they can be integrated into every stage of the product development process. Through interactive and engaging sessions, they will guide participants in developing a clear understanding of the key concepts of privacy by design and the steps required to implement these principles in their organizations.
With their extensive knowledge and hands-on experience in privacy and security, the trainers for this course are the ideal choice for any organization looking to enhance its privacy posture and ensure compliance with relevant regulations.
You can take this four-module course online from the comfort of your own home or office. Our training programs are conducted in a hands-on environment that works best when participants are logged in on individual computers.
If you are interested in registering your organization for the KI Design Privacy by Design for Leadership course, please contact us to learn more.
What is Privacy in Design?
Privacy in Design is a development framework that focuses on proactively embedding privacy into the systems you design.
Who created Privacy in Design?
Privacy by Design is a concept that has been developed and promoted by Ann Cavoukian, the former Information & Privacy Commissioner of Ontario, Canada. Other regulators, including the US Federal Trade Commission and the European Commission, have also developed the concept. Privacy in Design integrates their work with KI Design's extensive experience supporting privacy implementation.
How will Privacy in Design help our leadership?
Although developers are the ones who ultimately integrate privacy into design, it is the leadership of a company that creates and enforces policies, guidelines and processes. To ensure that your developers can implement your privacy practices, it is vital for your leadership to understand the important elements of proactive privacy framework.