We’re tickled pink that these fine partners are Sponsors of the 15 Day Privacy Challenge!
Group of Rogues
The Group of Rogues is an Edmonton based company, who specialize in Marketing and Advertising strategies.
“Customers make decisions about buying your product based on their needs, not yours. With a customized team of elite creative and strategic minds, we learn who your customers are, what they want and how you can solve their problems. Then we develop campaigns with the right tools to be where your customers are when they need what you have to offer.
We help you create smart, meaningful marketing that resonates with your customers.”
Grant Ainsley has become one of Canada’s most popular media trainers. He works with CEO’s, politicians, association leaders and others to refine their messages when they speak with the media. He also speaks and conducts training locally and at conferences across the country about media relations, crisis communications and social media. Grant Ainsley is the author of The Honest Spin Doctor: Navigating the Media Maze
ITPG is a Global Leader in Providing Professional Education, training, delivery fulfilment and IT professional services. They provide association management; awareness, training, and education curriculum development and delivery; certificate and certification program optimization; and event management expertise. One area of specialty is Cyber Security Services.
“The SCIPP EUSA Certificate Program provides end-users with the world’s most up-to-date, internationally-recognized, effective, and efficient security awareness program for end-users of organizational enterprise networks.”
Through his writing and presentations, Nelson Scott provides managers, supervisors and other leader with tips, tools and techniques to enable them to hire the right person every time and to use high-value, low-cost staff recognition to improve retention, boost morale and increase engagement. To learn about Nelson's presentations and workshops, to read more articles on staff recognition and interviewing, or to purchase copies of his book, Thanks! GREAT Job!, visit www.GREATstaffrecognition.com
TELUS WISE® is a unique educational program focused on Internet and smartphone safety to help keep families safer from online criminal activity such as financial fraud and cyberbullying. This program is available free of charge to all Canadian adults/parents, kids, teachers, policing services and community groups (e.g. sports groups). Canadians can participate in TELUS WISE via two unique programs:
TELUS WISE is a program for parents, educators and groups which provides access to:
o Seminars – TELUS WISE Ambassadors host one hour public seminars engaging participants in a discussion about Internet and smartphone safety and security. These seminars are also available upon request for TELUS business customers, community investment partners, parent groups and community associations.
o A WISE virtual community – www.telus.com/wise is a secure website that provides users with ongoing access to great resources, articles and training around Internet and smartphone safety and security for their families.
o TELUS WISE tip sheets are also available in Chinese simple, Chinese traditional, English, French and Punjabi.
o TELUS Learning Centres – Learning Specialists in more than 225 of our exclusive TELUS locations, provide personalized, one-on-one guidance to customers on Internet and smartphone safety and security as a part of our TELUS Learning Centre program.
TELUS WISE footprint is an online digital citizenship program for kids ages eight through 16. This program provides a multi-faceted experience for Canadian teens and tweens to learn how to become good digital citizens and keep their digital footprint clean – e.g. kids can visit TELUS WISE footprint to take the ‘footprint challenge’. Upon request TELUS visits schools and engages students in engaging digital footprint discussion. There are also some great ways for kids to earn dollars for their school’s digital literacy programs while they learn.
Dave Rodwell entered the field of private investigation and security consultation work upon retiring from he RCMP. For the last number of years, he has helped companies and individuals by conducting investigations in the following areas: internal thefts,insurance investigations, motor vehicle accident investigations, unfair business practices, wrongful dismal, sexual harassment, pre-employment screening, and missing persons.
He has helped a number of companies with an assessment of their security needs, and provided written procedural manuals to meet their company needs. Dave's client base includes law firms, large and small companies, Federal and Provincial governments, municipalities, educational institutions, and individuals.
Rebecca Herold, The Privacy Professor, is an information privacy, security and compliance consultant, author and instructor who has provided assistance, advice, services, tools and products to organizations in a wide range of industries during the past two decades. Rebecca is a widely recognized and respected information security, privacy and compliance expert. Checkout Rebecca's website here!