Act Now is pleased to announce that it has won a contract to deliver consultancy services to a major organisation in the regulatory sector.
We have been asked to use our information law and security expertise to assess the content of the organisation’s mandatory e-learning modules covering the Data Protection Act, Information Security (ISO 27001:2013 certification) and the Freedom of Information Act.
The purpose of the assessment is to ensure that the training content meets the legislative and ISO 27001 (2013) requirements and meets the needs of the organisation’s staff, associates and contractors, providing them with a gap analysis report based on the current training provision, examples of best practice and legislative requirements.
This project will be led by Ibrahim Hasan and Frank Rankin who are well-known experts and trainers in this field. Commenting on the award of the contract, Ibrahim Hasan said:
“I am very pleased to have the opportunity to use our expertise on this project. This is one of many recent consultancy projects Act Now has undertaken and enhances our reputation as one of the UK’s leading providers of in house training and consultancy in information law and information management.”
Act Now is also starting to develop an international reputation. In January 2015 Ibrahim Hasan and Paul Gibbons were in the Far East to deliver data protection audit training to the Government of Brunei.
We have also developed a number of interactive e learning solutions to assist organisations comply with their legislative and regulatory requirements. With the new EU Data Protection Regulation likely to come into force in 2018, it is important that all organisations assess their staffs’ data protection awareness and compliance.
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