Empower your people to protect your organization from a cybersecurity attack. Become better equipped to recognize attacks on your personal or business data to help reduce a cybersecurity risk, and protect your digital assets.
There are many new work realities, but are we working securely? This course will help answer that question. It will define cybersecurity and give you tips on how to identify threats as well as the role employees play in defending those threats.
Organizations are becoming more vulnerable to cybersecurity threats due to the increasing reliance on computers, networks, programs, social media, and data globally. Data breaches, a common cybersecurity attack, have massive negative business impact and often arise from insufficiently protected data.
When employees know the telltale signs of cyber fraud, they’re less likely to fall victim to it. Ensure your information and systems stay secure by equipping your workforce with basic cybersecurity know-how.
Get to know your organization’s information privacy requirements under PIPEDA, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, and substantially similar legislation in Alberta, British Columbia and Quebec.
Understanding the who, what and why of cyberattacks can better prepare your organization against threats. Learn more with this adaptive, video-based course.
Don’t be the individual or organization responsible for a privacy breach. Understand your obligations under PIPEDA, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act, and substantially similar legislation in Alberta, British Columbia and Quebec.
If your business accepts card payments, you are responsible for safeguarding customers’ card information. This course explains the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) requirements and how to reduce risk to cardholder data.
If a customer asked to see the data that your organization holds about them, would employees across your business know how to respond? Make sure workers understand their role in protecting personal data and complying with the GDPR.
With more countries passing data protection regulations and consumers demanding better information privacy, it is essential that your workforce understands their obligations when handling personal data.
The UK GDPR is a set of regulations governing data protection in the UK. It governs UK citizens’ privacy rights but applies to organisations across the globe. This course covers key requirements for organisations, and information on staying compliant.
A more connected, electronic world brings huge opportunities and benefits, but it also brings risks. This course will help employees understand these cybersecurity risks, and how to recognise and deal with general technological threats.
A more connected, electronic world brings huge opportunities and benefits, but it also brings risks. Keep your workforce vigilant to recognising and dealing with general technological threats with regular training using this adaptive learning course.
If you process customer data, you are affected by the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). Keep your workforce up-to-date with regular training using this adaptive learning course.
Is your organization bound by the California Consumer Privacy Act? Know what is expected of your business under this game-changing privacy law and train your staff to appropriately respond to consumers’ requests in managing their personal information.
This course will help you to understand the legal requirements of Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR) under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in both the UK and EU forms.
Information security is all about making sure data in any form is kept secure. Your employees will learn about information security and their role in keeping the organization’s data secure.
This quick fire course explains the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law and how it affects you and your company.
Once you’ve taken the course, you may be surprised at the type of information that can make its way into the public domain by the Freedom of Information Act.
General Data Protection Regulation strengthened EU citizen’s privacy rights, giving them more control, and helps the law be applied consistently across the EU.
More people are working remotely than ever before. And that brings all sorts of IT security issues for organizations. Knowing the risks and how to avoid them can ensure your people and data stay safe, even when on the move.
This course will help you understand the basics of the PCI security standards and how to put your knowledge into practice where you work.
This course provides an overview of HIPAA standards including privacy standards, security standards, and standards for business associates.
This course can help to understand the risks of technology on the connected way we do business.