I’ve been a teacher for the past 15 years, and I’ve taught in several mediums including live classes and computer-based e-learning. I have come to the conclusion that the most effective factor in education and training is fostering emotional investment.
Simply put, students must care about learning the material. The more they care, the more they learn.
The notion of getting emotional investment from students might sound like simple common sense, but it is often not done …and often not even attempted.
I was recently asked whether I had a list of the various laws, regulations, and industry codes that require privacy and/or data security training. I know about a number of training requirements, but didn’t have a formal list. I realized that such a list would be useful, so I created one with the help of Joe Newman, a former student who now does some work for my company.
The PDF is here. It provides information about each requirement, citations, and quotations of the relevant provisions. Below is a summary. If there are any training requirements we missed, please let me know.
We have begun producing a new program series about financial privacy. The first two programs are completed.
The first part is an overview video that discusses the importance of financial privacy and the various laws and regulations that regulate. These laws and regulations are discussed very broadly. The video concludes with some key best practices for protecting financial data. This video is made in a unique style — an animated piece of currency.
The second program focuses on the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA). The video discusses the GLBA’s scope, notice, confidentiality, data sharing, and security. The video also explains why protecting the privacy and security of financial data is important.
There are interactive materials and quiz questions to accompany the video.