Data Privacy Day 2024 Events and Resources For You!


Data Privacy Day 2024 Events and Resources for You!

Data Privacy Day is an internationally recognized day dedicated to creating awareness about the importance of privacy and protecting personal information.

That means a lot to me and I think it means a lot to you, too. I think it is important that we give our patients and clients the gift of privacy. And that we have the right tools and resources for our employees to make good privacy and security decisions in our businesses.

Information Managers Ltd. is a Data Privacy Champion!

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As a DPD Champion, Information Managers recognizes and supports the principle that organizations, businesses, and government all share the responsibility to be conscientious stewards of data by respecting privacy, safeguarding data, and enabling trust.
Each of us is responsible to manage our name and our identity. When you share your personal information, you have the right and responsibility to ask the person or business why they need the information and how they will protect your personal information.
Jean L. Eaton

Your Practical Privacy Coach, Information Managers Ltd.

Data Privacy Day Pop-Up Privacy Chats on

LinkedIn Live

Friday, January 26, 2024



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🔒 Join Us for Privacy Chat Pop-Up on LinkedIn Live Event! 🔒

In celebration of Data Privacy Day, we invite you to an engaging and insightful Privacy Chat Pop-Up on LinkedIn Live. Mark your calendars for Friday, January 26, 2024, as we bring together experts to share valuable insights and practical tips for safeguarding personal information and enhancing privacy practices in your small business.

🗣 Event Highlights:

Friday, January 26, 2024 0900-1600

Pop in for 15 minute segments throughout the day!

Add your comments and join the conversation!

Free to attend!

🎙 Live on LinkedIn:

Visit our Information Managers business page on LinkedIn to catch the privacy chats live or enjoy replays at your convenience!


👥 Guest Speakers:


💡 Agenda:

  • Privacy vs Confidentiality
  • Cross Border Data Transfers
  • Know Your Data
  • Website Privacy Statements
  • Emerging Privacy Legislation
  • Tips to Select Your Canadian Practice Management Software
  • Privacy Tips for Parents
  • 6 Steps To Small Business Privacy Compliance
  • Plan Privacy Awareness Education for Your Team


🤝 Why Attend?

  • Gain practical privacy tips for immediate implementation
  • Equip your business with the right tools for privacy and security decisions
  • Elevate awareness about the importance of data privacy in your professional community


Data privacy is not just a buzzword; it’s a commitment to ensuring the security of personal information. Together, let’s empower ourselves, our clients, and our employees to make informed decisions in the realm of privacy.


🔗 Event Link:

Sign into your LinkedIn account

Navigate to Information Managers Ltd page

Select the Pop-Up Chat to Join us Live!

📅 Save the Date and Let’s Chat Privacy!


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Data Privacy Day Resources

5 Steps To Prevent Employee Snooping


If an individual affiliate knowingly breaches the privacy and security of health information, and the custodian can demonstrate that reasonable safeguards (including privacy awareness training) were in place, the individual affiliate can be charged under the Health Information Act. Fines of up to $50,000 may be applied to the individual, in addition to other sanctions from their employers and/or their professional regulatory colleges where applicable (HIA s.107).

What Is Snooping?

Looking at someone’s personal information without having an authorized purpose to access that information to do your job is known as ‘snooping’.

Even when you are “just looking” at personal information but don’t share that information with anyone else, this is still a privacy breach.

It is illegal.

Snooping incidents are on the rise and can cost you time, money, heartache, and headache in your practice.

When there is an offence under the privacy legislation like the Health Information Act, there may be an investigation, charges and court appearances, fines, penalties, and loss of employment.

Snooping is entirely preventable.

How Can You Prevent Employee Snooping?

Let’s take a look at the pro-active steps that you can take today to prevent employee snooping.


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Download the Practice Management Success Tip 5 Steps to Prevent Employee Snooping

The Practice Management Success Tip, 5 Steps to Prevent Employee Snooping, will help you

  • Take 5 practical steps to prevent employee snooping.
  • Provide clarity about what is considered a privacy breach.
  • Contribute to the health information privacy compliance in your healthcare practice.

Protect Your Organization and Your Patients With a Privacy Awareness Quiz

Equip your staff with the information they need to confidently and correctly handle personal health information.

Healthcare businesses need privacy awareness training to support key policies and procedures, and risk management programs need a privacy awareness training program.

Reasonable Safeguards

As an employer and healthcare provider, you are responsible to provide training to all of your employees about privacy awareness.

If you don’t provide the training, or if the employees don’t understand the policies and there is a privacy breach, then the healthcare provider is more likely to be held accountable under the legislation and face penalties, including fines and even prison!

Patients value the privacy and security of their information.

Healthcare providers and clinic managers value privacy and security, and they value not having adverse results as a lack of compliance or patient safety issues.

Data Privacy Day Privacy Awareness Quiz

Patients trust their healthcare providers with their sensitive, personal, and financial information.

If patients don’t feel that the healthcare provider will keep their information confidential and secure, patients may choose not to share their information, which may impact their healthcare and treatment.

When we are privacy aware, we can better respond to patients’ questions and build their trust in the quality of services that we provide.

Download the Privacy Awareness Quiz to use today to train your employees and protect your patients’ health information.