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  • Your employees likely work on the go—from hotels, airports, home, bathroom stalls (hey, we don’t judge!)—which invites increased cybersecurity, privacy, and confidentiality risks. Kick your worries to the curb by giving them this tool, which neatly contrasts the DOs and DON’Ts of remote working. That way, your people are crystal clear on what they need to do to protect company assets.

    Working remotely? Protect your data!

    Your employees likely work on the go—from hotels, airports, home, bathroom stalls (hey, we don’t judge!)—which invites increased cybersecurity, privacy, and confidentiality risks. Kick your worries to the curb by giving them this tool,...

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  • Handling Personal Information?

    Handling Personal Information?

    This easy-to-use chart covers what counts as personal information—and how to think through managing it. Handling personal information—whether it’s your customers’ or your own employees’—is risky, so help your...

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  • Watch out for red flags from third parties

    Watch out for red flags from third parties

    Do your employees know what to look out for when managing third parties? This piece supports their due diligence efforts by covering the five red flags they need to spot and tell you about ASAP!

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  • Basic Code of Conduct Obligations

    Basic Code of Conduct Obligations

    This general guide is a quick reminder (with tips!) of day-to-day things that every employee needs to know, including how each of us has responsibilities related to ethics and compliance. Meant as a refresher and thought-provoker, this piece...

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  • Can you throw it away?

    Can you throw it away?

    Use this elegant decision tree to help your people understand the ifs, whens, and hows of getting rid of documents. Keep versus shred may feel like second nature to your compliance and legal teams, but your other employees often need more guidance. This...

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  • While going undercover and being a super sleuth sounds like fun, it’s not something you want your employees doing to sniff out what your competitors are up to. Use this piece to explain the right way to gather information and what’s totally off limits.

    Preparing to gather competitive intelligence?

    While going undercover and being a super sleuth sounds like fun, it’s not something you want your employees doing to sniff out what your competitors are up to. Use this piece to explain the right way to gather information and what’s totally...

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  • Managing a Third Party?

    Managing a Third Party?

    The risk of working with third parties is actually working with them, not starting the relationship. Show your team how to manage third-party relationships—and their potential red flags. This piece breaks down the basics of handling day-to-day...

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  • Annual Refresher Course & Code Obligations Job Aid

    Annual Refresher Course & Code Obligations Job Aid

    Still stuck doing annual check-the-box training? Gross, and sorry. But hey, at least this 31-slide kit will make it 10 minutes long and actually relevant to every employee. So, you've got that going for you, which is nice. The ideal annual refresher...

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  • Insider Trading Basics

    Insider Trading Basics

    Gordon Gekko may think that greed is good, but your company doesn't when it comes to insider trading. Educate your employees on the basics with this graphic piece. Aimed at a general audience, this piece lays out three common categories of material...

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  • Finalizing, Submitting, or Storing Company Records?

    Finalizing, Submitting, or Storing Company Records?

    This simple checklist helps employees keep good records without getting bogged down with trying to remember what to do. It’s easy to forget how vital recordkeeping is, but sometimes the mere act of insufficient documentation is itself a violation...

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  • Is it confidential?

    Is it confidential?

    This elegant decision tree helps your team quickly determine if they can share info—or keep it private. One of our favorite pieces, this breaks down the main elements of what constitutes info that should NOT be made public without approval. Even...

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  • Would you trade on it?

    Would you trade on it?

    This graphic guide simplifies the types of information that should be protected to avoid insider trading. Without getting too far in the weeds of securities terminology (woof), this piece highlights common categories of material non-public...

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  • What happens when I make a disclosure?

    What happens when I make a disclosure?

    Employees are hesitant to disclose their personal interests for a conflict review because they’re worried they’ll be in trouble, have to ditch their side gig, or who will see their personal information. Eliminate the uncertainty of...

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  • Piecing together confidential info - horizontal

    Piecing together confidential info - horizontal

    Employees' social media posts can provide enough bits of a story for your foes to assemble the whole picture of your confidential info. This graphic shows how it's done.

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  • Confidential? Here's how to handle it - horizontal

    Confidential? Here's how to handle it - horizontal

    Use this effortless graphic to remind your team how to keep your company's confidential info safe.

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  • Going on a business trip? (Overseas travel checklist)

    Going on a business trip? (Overseas travel checklist)

    This piece is famous for a reason! These simple to-do's prepare your international travelers how to be safe and ethical abroad, without getting mired in legal details. This checklist covers the trade control, cybersecurity, privacy, anticorruption,...

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  • Anatomy of a strong password

    Anatomy of a strong password

    Spot the reference to Will Smith in this visual guide for creating safe, strong, and easily remembered passwords. Everyone hates generating a super complicated password, getting a snippy email from IT that they’re overdue to change it, forgetting...

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  • Contract terms checklist (2-page version)

    Contract terms checklist (2-page version)

    Want your transactional teams to think like compliance? Show them how with this thorough checklist for key terms required for every company contract. In the hurry to finish a deal, even the sharpest of transactional lawyers can miss important compliance...

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  • Contract terms checklist (1-page version)

    Contract terms checklist (1-page version)

    Want your transactional teams to think like compliance? Show them how with this thorough checklist for key terms required for every company contract. In the hurry to finish a deal, even the sharpest of transactional lawyers can miss important compliance...

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  • Who's looking at your profile?

    Who's looking at your profile?

    Folks don't realize how useful social media can be to your company's adversaries. This helpful graphic cautions them before they post online.

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  • You don’t expect your employees to memorize everything about privacy and personal data, but that’s the message they’ll get if you dump a ton of regulation-focused material on them.

Make it clear that they just need to know the basics—how to properly collect, use, store, and destroy personal data they handle for their jobs. And if they’re unsure, the Privacy Team is here to help. 

In 18 slides, this module covers all that and more—starting with defining what personal data is (and isn’t!), what’s considered sensitive personal data, and then wrapping up with key takeaways for maximum stickiness. 

Your employees will love it because of its low-impact, high-reward structure. You’ll love it because we’ve included 4 instruction slides giving you tips and tricks to make this the module of your dreams.

Wanna make the info really stick? Grab these awesome privacy pieces.

    Module: Personal Data & Privacy

    You don’t expect your employees to memorize everything about privacy and personal data, but that’s the message they’ll get if you dump a ton of regulation-focused material on them. Make it clear that they just need to know the...

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  • Expeditious

Ex·pe·di·tious | /ˌekspəˈdiSHəs/

Definition

: to do something with speed and efficiency

How to use expeditious in a sentence: 

This checklist helps your employees expeditiously gather and prepare information for personal data requests, and covers other important details they need to share with the Legal team.

Your teams will thank you for helping them be expeditious, and you’ll be relieved to receive the info you need the first time around.

    Gathering information for a personal data request

    Expeditious Ex·pe·di·tious | /ˌekspəˈdiSHəs/ Definition : to do something with speed and efficiency How to use expeditious in a sentence:  This checklist helps your employees expeditiously gather and prepare information for...

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  • What counts as personal data to one person might be meaningless info to another, which can create major headaches. Use this decision tree to remedy your ills and ensure all your teams have a healthy dose of privacy know-how.
In five simple steps, it guides them through  what documentation and approvals must be in order before anything goes outside the company. That way, they’ll know if it’s ok to hit “send” or if they’ll need to check with the Privacy Team first.
Clarity + consistency = privacy cure all

    Received a request to transfer data?

    What counts as "personal data" to one person might not be to another, which can create major headaches. Use this decision tree to remedy your ills and ensure all your teams have a healthy dose of privacy know-how. In five simple steps, it guides them...

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  • Being accountable and fixing mistakes yourself is great, but when it comes to privacy mishaps, there are situations where the Privacy Team needs to be looped in. This infographic explains the most common scenarios that require their helping hands—from everyday slip-ups (like sending a private email to the wrong person) to stuff they stumble upon (like finding confidential info lying around).
Share this with your people so they know exactly when and how to escalate a privacy issue when it happens.

    Notify Privacy when mistakes happen

    Being accountable and fixing mistakes yourself is great, but when it comes to privacy mishaps, there are situations where the Privacy Team needs to be looped in. This infographic explains the most common scenarios that require their helping...

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