Members-Only Resources

Members will have access to a rich library of recorded webinars on a variety of topics. Each features leaders in specific areas of expertise. Corporate members will receive access to on-demand training for all their employees and executives.


Education and training appropriate to each employee creates a cyber and privacy awareness culture and translates complex regulatory principles into practical and understandable best practices.

Staying Current

ADCG membership for the entire GRC staff ensures that they have resources to stay current about important developments. This is an important aspect of cyber defenses that may prevent disasters and convince regulators of the organiztion’s commitment to compliance.

Cross-Border and Multi-Jurisdictional

The issues faced in cyber and privacy compliance are uniquely global. The issues are not always clear, but ACDG’s forums and online events are designed to bring experts to share their knowledge insights, and facilitating and enhancing the decision-making by an organization.

Recruiting and Hiring

A job board is being developed by ADCG for member companies to advertise their job openings to a very relevant, qualified and interested audience.

Protection of Reputation

Being an ACDG member demonstrates a commitment to the tenets of sound cybersecurity and privacy and data protection policies and practices.

Career Advancement

Training and education nearly always positively impact earnings. In that way, membership may be viewed as an investment. A career section at will host and publicize new opportunities, announcements of career moves, and survey results.

Conferences and Seminars

Live events offer the many benefit of face-to-face discussions with experts carefully selected for their thought leadership. Additionally, personal connections established with counterparts in other organizations greatly increases the value of this experience for the attendees.


Foundations of Cybersecurity for Credit Union Executives
and Board Members
Category: Hybrid, Cybersecurity, Credit Unions.

NIST Privacy Framework
Category: Web Seminar.

Data privacy and Section 314(b) Under the Patriot Act
Category: Web Seminar.




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Weekly news and analysis from our Editorial Staff analyzing latest developments in
data and cyber governance.


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Guidance on Explaining Artificial Intelligence Decisions: Data Privacy Aspects

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New York Privacy Act

New York Privacy Act: It Goes Beyond CCPA

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/ Breach prevention, Cybersecurity
Phishing BEC

Phishing Schemes are Only Getting More Sophisticated

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/ Cyber Fraud, Fraud, Phishing, Phishing

2019 in Data Breaches: What We Can Learn

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National Labor Review Board Allows Employers to Ban Personal Use of Company Email

National Law Review reported yesterday that the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled in a 3-1 majority decision that employers …
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/ email, Phishing, Privacy, privacy

What All Financial Institutions Can Learn From the Capital One Breach

Learning lessons from another financial institution’s mistake, such as the Capital One Breach in 2019, is one of the best …
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Does Your Company Need to Comply With CCPA?

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Chief Compliance Officers Need to Know Cybersecurity

New Government Standards Raise the Stakes With both the Fed and the FTC preparing to implement a new set of …
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/ Compliance

Synopsis of Recently Passed New York State Laws on Cybersecurity

Two new privacy protection laws were signed into law by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on July 25, 2019. (NY …
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/ Compliance, New York State

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