New guideline: Achieving effective privacy and information security training
OIC has published a new guideline, Achieving effective privacy and information security training, which draws on both the OIC's work in auditing agencies and recommendations made by the Crime and Corruption Commission in their Operation Impala report. It outlines the key requirements necessary for an agency's privacy and information security training to be as effective as possible.
Training employees about their privacy and information security obligations can provide better protection for personal information and reduce harm to the community. This guideline is intended to assist agencies in implementing effective training strategies and content.
Read the guideline here.
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