Knowledge is Power: The Future of Privacy Forum launches FPF Training Program
“An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest”
Let’s make 2023 the year we invest in ourselves, our teams, and the knowledge needed to best navigate this dynamic world of privacy and data protection. I am fortunate to know many of you who will read this blog post, but for those who I don’t know, please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Alyssa Rosinski, FPF Senior Director of Business Development, and I am leading the relaunch of the FPF Training Program.
Perhaps when you think of FPF, the first thing that comes to mind is the deep in-house subject matter expertise on topics such as Artificial Intelligence, Ad Tech, Legislation (both US and Global), Biometrics and De-Identification, to name a few. Or you think of the brilliant infographics used to explain complex privacy and technology issues in a digestible format. Maybe it’s the deep-dive reports that you wait for to help you understand the intricacies of the ever-evolving privacy and data protection landscape.
If FPF training didn’t make it to your list, I’m here to tell you it should. The FPF Training Program combines all the strengths and delivers them to you and your teams in an interactive, educational training session. The same subject matter expertise that you rely on to help you understand the relevant laws, policies, underlying technologies, and business practices are the same subject matter experts developing and teaching our training.
Are you looking to understand the evolution of online advertising and how data is used for targeted advertising purposes? Our Fundamentals of Online Advertising was designed with you in mind. Are you curious about the ethical ramifications of how Biometrics are used? FPF experts will explore how Biometrics work and weigh in on the social and ethical considerations of this technology during our Biometrics – Head to Toe training session. Perhaps your team needs to brush up on the technical and legal definitions of De-Identification and the risks associated with re-identification. Look no further than our De-Identification training.
The FPF Training Program is intentionally designed to provide you and your teams with training that lasts no more than two hours and can be done virtually or in-person, in a public training setting or as a closed-door in-house training, all culminating with a Certificate of Completion from Credly, qualifying for CPE credits. During our public training sessions, there’s an open dialogue allowing you to discuss relevant issues with your peers and the trainer as you work your way through the session.
In-house training sessions provide a closed-door forum for collaborative discussions between internal stakeholders and the trainer, making the training session highly relevant to those who attend. Our training is for those of you who play a role in developing policies for your organization, are working with clients on complex privacy issues, or for those of you who are interested in emerging technologies and their implications for privacy and data protection.
Joining one of our training sessions will pay dividends. Check out our public training calendar to reserve a spot for one of our upcoming training sessions, or email me at [email protected] if you’re looking to bring your team together for private, in-house training. I look forward to working with you and your teams this year and participating in the investment you make in professional development.