What password would you choose?
Date of birth
High school nickname
Where do you keep your password?
Put it on the sticky note on your desk
Don’t use a password
Have the same password for everything, so you don’t have to remember it
There is a ton of information breach risks at your workplace. Choose one of them from the example below:
There is a folder named “TOP SECRET. BURN AFTER READING” left in the printer room
You have decided to take a well-deserved coffee break with your favorite colleague and left your computer unlocked
You have received an unexpected email with the subject “Pictures of cute kittens” sent from email@example.com
Your workplace is a secure environment and you don’t have to worry about data breach risks
Finish the first principle of data protection: Data must be…
Sold to your company’s rivals, as it is a great source of income
Shared with your friends and family. Sharing is caring
Fairly, lawfully and transparently processed
Kept in secret at all times
What does GDPR stand for:
General Data Protection Regulation
Gotta Do Proper Reading
General Dental Practice Renewal
Great Depression Problems Returning
What might be the consequences of not complying with data protection policies?
Your parents will get angry
You will get arrested
Your organization will get disgustingly large fines
How can you prevent risks at your workplace?
Clear your desk once in a while
Stop coming to work
Share your password with the colleague you trust so you don’t forget it
Postprint screens from your work compute in your IG stories so that everyone sees how productive you are
Oh my dear, Pear
It seems that you have never heard of data protection in your life.
Your knowledge of GDPR is as soft and leaky as a ripe mango. On the positive note – you’re sweet!
Good job! Looks like you’ve done some homework! With a bit of sugar and grinding, you will make GDPR your JAM.
Congratulations! Your knowledge of GDPR is as strong as coconut shell – 100% data breach-proof.