“Understanding why certain IT restrictions are in place means I now take a more proactive approach to IT security”
real-life case studies, knowledge assessment, quizzes.
A lack of user understanding or engagement with your organisation’s IT security policies will result in an elevated risk of data breaches, social engineering and cyberattacks. This module reinforces the importance of adhering to policy and keeping your organisation secure.
- To remind employees that they are accountable for safeguarding your organisation’s data.
- The restrictions placed on viewing or copying organisational data.
- The importance of security incident reporting procedures.
- Procedures required to protect the network from malware attacks.
- Possible penalties for the misuse of data.
Awareness of accountability means that employees are more likely to take an active role in protecting your organisation.
Participants versed in the importance of data breach reporting means that incidences can be remediated before they result in extensive damage.
Less time is spent by your organisation’s IT team dealing with information security incidents.
Employees dismissed over serious data breaches are less likely to use a lack of awareness or training as a defence in any legal dispute.