Voice Over • Video Narration
A voice over audio to accompany a video for a professional services company. Based on an introductory guide to regulation at the company.
Young Adult (18-35)
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Welcome to Regulation 101 an introductory guide to regulation here at TCBY. This short video will outline all applicable regulations that we must follow us members of T c b. The necessary actions that we must take if we believed to be in breach of any of the regulations and how we can prevent breaches from taking place. How do we define regulation on what this regulation means? Us here at TCBY. So regulation by definition sets upon imposing limitations on the behaviour off individuals organisations. So for us here at TCBY, complying to regulations in place insures that the business, its employees on our clients are protected from potential breach which could lead to detrimental consequences. As a member of the TCBY, there are two specific regulations which he must call insure that were compliant with on a day to day basis. It's a diesel regulations surrounding that off confidentiality on GDP are So what is confidentiality and how can we be seen as potentially breaching this regulation as members ofthe TCBY? Fundamentally, confidentiality is about privacy and respecting someone's wishes. Confidentiality agreements, also known as N. D A's or non disclosure agreements, are put in place to protect crucial and commercially sensitive business information that we exposed to when we work with clients. Here are some examples of the potential ways members of TB can be in breach of regulation, the potential risks and implications of the breach on the immediate action that is to be taken if the breach does occur. Scenario one in the instance that you misplace your work, phone or laptop, or for some reason, it is stolen. The risk here is that you could potentially expose Klein on company information. The first point of action. It's a notified director immediately, or the Customs Bureau manager and follow the guidance provided scenario. Two. If for some reason you divulge sensitive information about a client or their upcoming ideas to competitors, directly or indirectly, this could be seen as detrimental to the client's competitive edge. There may be long term financial implications to the client on the TCBY on legal action may be taken if this is to occur. You must notify director immediately and detailed the exact information that was disclosed. Scenario three. In the instance that you accidentally email confidential information or a document to the wrong individual client, you risk disclosing sensitive information that could be harmful to the business or individual. If this does occur, you must not divide director immediately and detail the exact information that was disclosed. There are a number of things that we, as members of T. C B, can do now to make sure that we're protecting ourselves. Decline on the business when it comes to confidentiality. This includes things such as to use of privacy screens when working in public spaces, continually using client code names when we are discussing projects, avoiding discussion of projects with family and friends or in detail of colleagues outside of your project circle. Being mindful of the websites you're browsing external documents, you are viewing on applications you're downloading, making sure that your laptop and phone is locked if you are currently not using it and ensuring that your Bluetooth or airdrop functionality on your devices are switched off when not being used. The second regulation that's important for us to comply with here at TCBY is GDP are by definition, the General Data Protection Regulation is a legal framework that sets guidelines for the collection and processing off personally identifiable information from individuals who live in the European Union and in the United Kingdom. This personal information can refer to any data days used to identify a specific individual from email addresses and phone numbers, toe IP addresses, geo locations and even behavioural data. Here are a few examples of the potential ways members of T C. B can be in breach of GDP, our regulation, the potential risk and implications off the bridge and the immediate action that is to be taken off. The breach does occur. Scenario one in the instance that your client accidentally shares of you a list of their customers information, which includes card details and email addresses. And there is no data sharing agreement in place. You risk being exposed to information that you should not be privy to. If this does occur, you should notify the director responsible for your circle immediately. Delete the file and inform the client that you should not have received the farm and not to circulate any further scenario. Two. If for some reason you share customer information with a third party without client consent, TCB maybe libel and you risk exposing the business to a fine of up to £17.5 million or 4% of annual global turnover for this breach. If this does occur, he should notify the director responsible for your circle immediately. Scenario. Three. You have been granted consent by a client to hold P I ay data, but the information is lost or infiltrated by a hacker or external party again. TCB maybe libel, and you risk exposing the business to a fine of up to £17.5 million or 4% off annual global turnover for this breach. If this does occur, he should notify the director responsible for your circle immediately. Scenario full. You have received an email from an unfamiliar email address instructing you to take action by clicking into a random link. A successful phishing attack could result in malicious parties gaining access to personal data, and this would be considered as a breach. TCBY maybe libel and you were six pros in the business who have fine of up to £17.5 million or 4% of annual global turnover for this bridge. If this does occur, you should notify director immediately. There are a number of things that we as members of T. C B can do now to make sure that we are protecting ourselves, the client, on the business when it comes to GDP are. This includes things such as making sure that your emails always encrypted when requesting data from a client, ensuring that the data's had Donham ised and ensuring that any sensitive information produces appropriately protected a marked with the appropriate classification or person. Again, it is imperative that you take immediate action. If you think that you have been in breach off any of the regulations, you must reach out to a director immediately and be prepared to call twice. If you cannot reach them, you must send an SMS as they may be in a meeting. This will flag the urgency for them. And remember, if you have a work phone, keep it on and charged so the director can reach out to you. This concludes the Introductory Guide to Regulation One Oh one