ALWAYS A BETTER LEARNING EXPERIENCE
GDPR Training That Actually Works
Ask yourself this simple question: Would you like to find your personal records lying on a table in a café?
Of course not! We need to take care of personal data – we need to practice responsible digital citizenship. That is why we have built a standard training tool - for you and your organisation.
UNDERSTAND GDPR RISKS
Old school awareness training does not cut it anymore. Today, your employees are frequently confronted with critical choices, risks and possible breaches.
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An effective tool
MOCH Digital Awareness Training is accessible to all employees – when it is most convenient for them. Also, as the person responsible for compliance in your organisation, the concept enables you to track and measure participation and learning results.
Based on our extensive experience with compliance training, we have designed an awareness tool with highly effective training that provides you with a unique opportunity to protect your company standards.
Professionally, we have completed close to 1,000 hours of collaboration with lawyers from the government’s preferred contractors, and namely two large, multinational companies. Therefore, our work is meticulous and detail-oriented. Moreover, we focus on avoiding drowning our users in information by carefully planning our projects and only including essential, client-centred information in our basic introduction to the GDPR.
We are proud of our work and the results we have created.
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Why should we do this?
We operate in an increasingly regulated world. More than ever, it is a must for your company to have robust procedures in place that protect personal data. Moreover, warning signs indicate that fines and lawsuits for violations may spiral out of control, and the increasing number of regulations have introduced criminal sanctions for serious offences.
You are not alone – every organisation faces this challenge and needs to ensure that their teams are aware of GDPR and policies.