Data Protection Academy: Premium Training Content- NINJIO

NINJIO: Official Training Partner of PrivacyEngine

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We have partnered with cybersecurity awareness training solution provider NINJIO to offer all PrivacyEngine customers their 3 to 4- minute Hollywood-style micro-learning videos to empower individuals and organisations to become defenders against cyberthreats.  

Training Breakdown

NINJIO AWARE: is a once a month, engaging animated episode based on a real security breach suffered by a real company. 

NINJIO CCPA COMPLIANCE: NINJIO has developed an original three-part series on CCPA Compliance as it relates to the end-user. 

NINJIO GDPR COMPLIANCE: NINJIO has developed a unique 5-episode series on GDPR designed to give end-users a broad understanding of what GDPR is, and the rules that will apply to data-subjects (people) and data-controllers (usually companies). 

NINJIO HIPAA COMPLIANCE: NINJIO released a HIPAA Compliance track consisting of 3 episodes. 

NINJIO PCI- DSS COMPLIANCE: NINJIO has developed a unique 3-part series on PCI Compliance as it relates to the end-user. 

The training is delivered online through PrivacyEngine and enables participants to demonstrate and further their expertise in cybersecurity. You'll learn how you ,and your organisation can ensure you don't get hacked, making you the first line of defence against today's increasingly sophisticated cybercriminals. The training videos are ready to watch on demand, so you can watch them whenever suits you!

Interested in hearing more about how NINJIO can help further your expertise in data protection? Please contact us by the button below. You can also sign in to PrivacyEngineTM here

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About NINJIO


NINJIO offers a cybersecurity awareness training solution that uses engaging, 3 to 4-minute Hollywood-style micro-learning videos to empower individuals and organizations to become defenders against cyberthreats.

They teach organizations, employees, and families how not to get hacked, which makes them the first line of defense against today’s increasingly sophisticated cybercriminals.