Mark your calendars for Jan. 28, 2016 as Data Privacy Day. DPD is an international effort held annually and organized by the National Cyber Security Alliance to create awareness about the importance of privacy and protecting personal information.
DPD is part of a greater effort, the #PrivacyAware campaign, which helps everyone understand how they can own their online presence and reminds businesses that privacy is indeed good for business.
NCSA's #PrivacyAware campaign provides free, nonproprietary resources to help you spread the word about privacy and protecting personal information. Here are some of the things you can do:
One way you can join the 2016 effort is by becoming a DPD Champion. DPD Champions include companies and organizations of all sizes, nonprofits, government organizations, schools and school districts, colleges and universities and individuals ... and USFRA is proud to be a DPD Champion.
Find some tools to promote Data Privacy Day and learn how to get involved and visit www.staysafeonline.org/DPD for more information.
awesome & thanks Dena -- thought about you & your group this past week with all the tornadic activity / storms. stay safe out there!