A new report from PrivacyCulture, in collaboration with international law firm Dentons, examines 12 key areas of privacy, data protection, security and governance to provide insights into the cultural characteristics, knowledge levels and behavioural traits of employees at a granular level. Now in its second year, the Global Privacy Culture Survey Report 2022 sets out to help organisations understand the significance of culture along with findings and recommendations on the best and worst-performing areas. The survey measured the anonymised and pseudonymised responses of almost 10,000 employees working in different organisations, countries, and sectors. The 2022 report identified that Compliance and Monitoring, Data Security, and Data Breach & Incident Management were the top performing themes across all industries, while Risk Management, Retention & Deletion, Rights, Policies, Training, Awareness & Culture, and Records of Processing & Lawfulness were the lowest performing themes. Moving forward, the survey will continue to monitor, benchmark, and track cultural trends over a 10-year period.
Read our IAPP post on the Global Privacy Culture Survey 2021 Annual Report.
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