Security and privacy in Google’s cloud services
Welcome to a webinar where we take a deep dive into how Google works to support municipalities and schools’ challenges in terms of GDPR, security and privacy.
Webinar 19. October, 2 p.m.
This is the webinar for you who are in some way involved in the design of your IT environment
You may be an IT manager in a municipality, an ICT manager in a school or a digital strategist in an education administration and want to know more about security and privacy in Google’s cloud services.
Security and privacy are important – especially in activities that include children. Municipalities and schools must ensure that GDPR, laws and government requirements are met when using Google’s cloud-based services. We review how Google has built a very robust cloud-based infrastructure with security as the highest priority, which includes data encryption and protection against eavesdropping and surveillance. We also show you how to create maximum security in your Google domain with support for the features and settings available in Google Workspace. Here are parts of the content:
– Google’s server infrastructure
– Privacy / GDPR
– End-to-end encryption
Chrome OS operating system
– Chrome browser
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Welcome to an educational webinar featuring the best Google experts.
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Where: Live on Youtube
When: 19. October, at 14:00
Meet our experts!
With many years of experience from the teaching profession and as school leaders, our experts know exactly what challenges municipalities and schools have today. They know everything and a little more about Google’s cloud services and will share their knowledge with a focus on GDPR, security and privacy.
If you have any questions or concerns – whatever you are wondering – ask your questions directly to our experts!
Head of Education Norge
Kim Nilsen Aarberg
Teacher specialist PfDK, Follese school
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