The iGaming Academy is addressing one of the key regulatory issues currently influencing iGaming, GDPR compliance, with the launch of its new eLearning course.
The leading iGaming training provider, iGaming Academy, has launched a new eLearning course focusing on General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance.
It claims the courses content is relevant for all employees who deal with client data, the aim of the course is to define what personal data is, what parts should be protected, how they might be breached and how to comply with the new GRPR regulations. As well as presenting information, the course will deliver different scenarios to test viewers’ understanding of Data Protection.
Commenting on their latest course, Jaime Debono, iGaming Academy’s Managing Director said: “Understanding GDPR and the requirements it puts on business is essential. Companies that fail to comply with the new framework leave themselves open to the imposition of huge fines, licencing restrictions and loss of company reputation. It’s critical that companies and their employees are well prepared as this will help ensure they safe guard their interests as well as those of their clients”.
iGaming Academy’s GDPR Compliance course forms part of the company’s regulatory compliance core range and all its courses are available for purchase by visiting the igacademy.com/about/elearning/.