2 hours 19 minutes
welcome back to student data privacy fundamentals. In this lesson, we will define compliance.
You will learn what types of compliance to address and how to address them.
To further define compliance, we look at regulatory compliance and user data compliance.
Regulatory, as the name suggests, refers to the regulations or laws with which we must comply.
User data compliance refers to your own organizations, users complying, toe whatever rules and expectations you set for them.
You might pause the video and think about the two examples listed on the slide.
What type of compliance is each example?
This as an example of a regulatory compliance section of your policy and what it can sound like?
You can pause the video here and read it, and even adapted to use in your own policy.
This is an example of a user data compliance section of your policy. What it can sound like.
You can pause the video here to read it and even adapted to use in your own policy
another few things to consider for your own policy or listed on this slide. Let's look at the 1st 1 as an example.
User expectations and consequences for violating user compliance.
So in your policy, you will want to go into more detail about your organization, specific expectations for users and what consequences there would be for violating user compliance. For example,
if your policy says users are prohibited from using another, users log in information,
then violating this regulation will result in
whatever disciplinary action your organization deems appropriate.
So there's an example. Now you might want to pause the video and work through the remaining bullet points toe. Add to your own policy.
Let's take a quiz.
What two types of compliance should be addressed in your data governance policy?
Is it federal and state,
legal and educational,
educational and regulatory
or regulatory and user data?
The correct answer is D regulatory and user data.
In today's video, we discussed regulatory compliance for legal requirements like Copa for but etcetera
and user data compliance, which is more specific to your own institution and users.
In the next lesson, we will work to define our data cycle.
See you soon