Why Attend this Workshop?

This is the first online course designed to help Process Owners and their employees understand the practice of Data Privacy; not just the principles of data privacy. The 2-day (4 hrs/day) course puts the practice of data privacy in terms of what people should know, should do and not to do, as it pertains to their jobs: when collecting, processing, safeguarding, disposing, or sharing personal data of fellow employees, customers, service providers and other stakeholders.
The course is designed so that with the materials and handouts provided, attendees will have a single-source reference for everything they need to know to ensure that they are able to carry out their responsibilities as data subjects and in protecting the data privacy of personal data entrusted in their care in behalf of their organization.

  • Process owners, frontline employees, and Data Protection Officers or Business Owners.

  • HR Managers looking for a comprehensive training program for their own employees on the basics of Data Privacy.

Note: This program is available inhouse for companies who have no time to develop their own Employee training programs on Data Privacy that meets the 5-Pillar requirements of the National Privacy Commission (NPC).

Topic Outline of the Online Training/Workshop

  • The Data Privacy Act of 2012: in layman’s terms

    • Knowing what is important and critical

    • Why every employee should practice data privacy in the company

  • The Rights of Data Subjects: how to protect Employees, Customers, and Providers

    • The 8 Data Privacy Rights: what to do and not to do

    • The new normal: in a Data Privacy Culture

  • The Data Privacy Principles: changing your mindset about

    • Transparency

    • Legitimate Purpose

    • Proportionality

  • The TOP Privacy Security Measures: finding data privacy solutions

    • Technical measures

    • Organizational measures

    • Physical measures

  • The Documentation requirements: the writing on the company wall

    • Understanding the Privacy Management Program (PMP)

    • The Privacy Policy Manual: writing and living it

  • The Data Breach: preparing for the inevitable

    • Different Data Breach Incidents: and how to prepare for it

    • The Breach Drill: the practice and exercise every employee should know


September 22-23, 2020

Delivery Mode: Online via Zoom


For your convenience, you may deposit your payment at any branch of:



Account Name: Premier Value Provider, Inc.

Account Number: 006830102862

Branch: Trident-Gil Puyat



Account Number: 002410007904

- Please email a copy of the deposit slip with company name, company TIN number, company address, participant name/s, and participant contact number/s to info@pvpi.ph.

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To register, please fill out the form below.

Our Resource Speakers

About the Speaker


Amado “Jun” Malacaman, Jr. is one of the country’s top ICT professional and Management Consultant specializing in Information Systems Management, Info Security, Data Privacy and Training. He has worked as programmer, systems analyst, CIO and President of several multinational companies in the Philippines and abroad.

His international experience includes: President of Software Merchants, California, USA; General Manager of SGV-Byrne Technologies, Hong Kong; and Senior Lecturer/Trainor at I/ACT (conducting various IT and Project Management training courses in Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Thailand, and Korea).

Mr. Malacaman, Jr.  is a past president of the following industry associations: IT Foundation of the Philippines (ITFP); Information Systems Security Society of the Philippines (ISSSP); Philippine Marketing Association (PMA); and United Software Exporters of the Philippines (USEPhil).


About the Speaker


Ross Villamil is a seasoned and highly-competent Leadership, Human Resource Practitioner and Management Consultant with almost 30 years of experience in various fields and industries. His areas of expertise include: Organizational Development and Change Management; Leadership Development and Strategic Planning; Learning and Development; Talent and Performance Management; and Employee Relations and Engagement.