Employee Awareness

Instructor:  Peter Glock
Course Dates: 15th Feb 2016 - 17th Mar 2017
Enrollment Dates: 15th Feb 2016 - 25th Aug 2017
Who can Enroll: Students are added by instructors.
Course Language: English
Price:  FREE

About the Course

Reduce your security risk exposure with information security staff awareness training

The aim of this course is to reduce the likelihood of human error by familiarising non-technical staff with security awareness policies and procedures. It ensures that information assets are better protected and increases customer and employee confidence in the organisation.

Benefits

  • Non-technical: uses a common language approach.
  • Video based: information is presented by an instructor.
  • Simple to use with relevant and informative content.
  • Reduces the likelihood of a data breach as a result of a human error.
  • Supports regulations such as the UK's Data Protection Act, the US’s HIPAA and GLBA, the EU Privacy Protection Directive, and Canada's PIPEDA, all of which make it clear that organisations must ensure their employees are aware of privacy issues.
  • Can be deployed for existing employees and as part of an induction process for new hires.

Target audience

This course is aimed at all employees in an organisation who are involved in processing information, using information technology in their daily job or using the Internet as a means of conducting business. The course content is not technical and is aimed a users of any level of knowledge.

Contents

  • What is information security and what does it have to do with you?
  • What are the sources of risk?
  • Keeping personal and professional life separate
  • Policies and how to comply to them
  • Managing information
  • How to adopt safe working practises

Additional information

  • 10-question multiple-choice test.
  • Learners have the opportunity to re-take the test until the pass mark is achieved.
  • An online Certificate of Achievement is issued to all staff who pass the test.
  • A personalised guide on how to improve their score is available to all learners.

Course Structure

  • Employee Awareness - Introduction
    • Untitled Page 1
      00:00:00
      • When discussing information security, we often use the initials CIA. What does CIA stand for?
  • Employee Awareness - Sources of Risk
  • Employee Awareness - Separating Personal and Professional
  • Employee Awareness - Policies
  • Employee Awareness - Managing Information
  • Employee Awareness - Summary
  • Take Test & Get Certificate

Instructors

Peter Glock
Peter Glock