NAAA members will soon have access to KAR’s Privacy Pam training program

KAR Global/ NAAA team photo. (Credit: KAR Global)

KAR Global and the National Auto Auction Association (NAAA) announced the licensing of KAR’s privacy and security training program, Privacy Pam, for use by NAAA member auctions—including its Canadian members.

The update means that, through the NAAA, all member auctions will get access to the training program that helps both KAR and its employees safeguard the data, information, and business interests of their OEM, dealer, fleet operator, rental company, and financial institution customers.

“As vehicles and our industry continue to evolve digitally, it is more important than ever to give our members the tools they need to keep their auctions—and their customers—safe from security and privacy breaches,” said Tricia Heon, CEO of NAAA. “We’re excited to offer these trainings to our membership and give them valuable tools that protect their businesses.”

Training topics range from understanding the difference between privacy and security to what personal information is located in a vehicle, while also touching on international privacy. Additional topics will be provided as new data privacy and security trends/threats emerge.

KAR Global developed the Privacy Pam program in 2020 and launched it for use by all employees in 2021. The company said the NAAA plans to make the training available in the coming weeks.

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