Yet, while the organisations are aware of the importance of setting up a Privacy Awareness and Training programme, there is very little clarity about how to organise one.

Beltug’s Privacy Council took on the issue, with a 16-member task force sharing their knowledge and expertise to develop guidelines for other Beltug members. Their recommendations have been published in a 13-page Beltug Paper, ‘Beltug’s Guidelines for creating a privacy awareness and training programme’, that covers possible approaches, which roles within the organisation need the training, and the content and training time for each employee profile.