29 Jan 2021

Beyond Data Privacy Training

We go beyond training in the third installment of the “Data Privacy Best Practices Training for Libraries” train-the-trainer series and dive into three important areas for any library privacy program: privacy risk management, vendor procurements and contracts, and patron programming. Participants will learn how to identify and assess data privacy risks at their library, as […]

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29 Jan 2021

Building and Fostering a Culture of Privacy

We wrap up the “Data Privacy Best Practices Training for Libraries” train-the-trainer series with addressing the big question – how can libraries cultivate a culture of privacy? This interactive webinar breaks down the components of building a privacy program, including identifying stakeholders, creating buy-in, and exploring different privacy frameworks to incorporate into library operations. We […]

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29 Jan 2021

Cybersecurity: Tying it all together

In week four we’ll discuss your website, and everything else around the library we haven’t covered. We’ll wrap up with check lists and how-tos. Note – Participants are also highly encouraged to take part in the privacy discussions on Basecamp. Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Training for Libraries is supported in whole or in part by […]

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29 Jan 2021

Cybersecurity: Making Your Library Defensible and Resilient

Even a small library is an attractive target to hackers. Let’s start talking about how we can work to make your library IT more secure. Note – Participants are also highly encouraged to take part in the privacy discussions on Basecamp. Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Training for Libraries is supported in whole or in part […]

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29 Jan 2021

Data Privacy Training at Your Library

It’s time to train staff! This interactive webinar will cover how to create a data privacy training program, from surveying different training methods to how to create a sustainable training program at the library. We will discuss common training challenges and how to address them, as well as how to support and reinforce staff learning […]

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29 Jan 2021

Cybersecurity: Securing Our Things

We all use so many “things” that are connected to the internet now, let’s talk about how we can start to make them more secure. Note – Participants are also highly encouraged to take part in the privacy discussions on Basecamp. Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Training for Libraries is supported in whole or in part […]

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29 Jan 2021

Data Privacy, the Library, and You

In the first installment of the four part “Data Privacy Best Practices Training for Libraries” train-the-trainer series, we will explore the fundamentals of data privacy in libraries. Participants will learn the evolution of the concepts of privacy and data, and how libraries incorporated privacy into their profession.  We will review what current factors and issues […]

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29 Jan 2021

Introduction: Why Cybersecurity, and What’s Wrong?

An introduction to what Cybersecurity means to libraries and why it is now so important. Note – Participants are also highly encouraged to take part in the privacy discussions on Basecamp. Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Training for Libraries is supported in whole or in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under […]

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29 Jan 2021

Building and Fostering a Culture of Privacy

We wrap up the “Data Privacy Best Practices Training for Libraries” train-the-trainer series with addressing the big question – how can libraries cultivate a culture of privacy? This interactive webinar breaks down the components of building a privacy program, including identifying stakeholders, creating buy-in, and exploring different privacy frameworks to incorporate into library operations. We […]

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29 Jan 2021

Beyond Data Privacy Training

We go beyond training in the third installment of the “Data Privacy Best Practices Training for Libraries” train-the-trainer series and dive into three important areas for any library privacy program: privacy risk management, vendor procurements and contracts, and patron programming. Participants will learn how to identify and assess data privacy risks at their library, as […]

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