You can get involved at home, at work and in your community. Take action, help create a culture of privacy and support Data Privacy Day’s theme of respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust. This year, we are encouraging everyone to “Own Your Privacy” by learning more about how to help protect the valuable data that is online. One simple thing you can do is to update your privacy settings by using a helpful tool created by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA).
NCSA provides free, non proprietary privacy awareness and education resources to help you spread the word about managing your privacy and protecting personal information. Check out this infographic to get started.
Privacy is good for business: Create a culture of privacy at work by teaching all employees what privacy means to your organization and the role they have in making sure privacy is achieved and maintained and that data is protected.
Check out our 5 Ways to Help Employees Be Privacy Aware tipsheet for help.
Own your online presence: Talk to your family and friends about protecting personal information and how to stay safe online. Get started with our Privacy Tips for Parents.
In Your Community
Share your privacy knowledge: Volunteer in a local school, senior care facility or faith-based organization, send messages on community lists and share NCSA’s privacy resources to spread the word.
Attend a Data Privacy Day event: Promote your event or see what Data Privacy Day activities are taking place in your area.