E-learning Training - Staff Security Awareness and Compliance

Ensuring that your employees are up to date with compliance requirements is time-consuming and can be costly, especially for larger organisations. That is why we have developed simple-to-use yet effective e-learning staff awareness courses, which offer a hassle-free and cost-effective training solution.

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IT Governance e-learning courses

GDPR staff

This course aims to provide a complete foundation on the principles, roles, responsibilities and processes under the GDPR to all non-technical staff, reducing your organisation’s risk of non-compliance.

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Information Security
& ISO 27001 staff awareness

This e-learning course enables employees to gain a better understanding of information security risks and compliance requirements in line with ISO 27001:2013, thereby reducing the organisation’s exposure to security threats.

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Information Security &
Cyber Security staff awareness

The course aims to reduce human error and improve vigilance when using technology, by familiarising non-technical staff with information security and cyber security awareness policies and procedures.

PCI DSS staff

This course is designed to increase employees’ awareness of PCI DSS requirements, and to provide clear and simple explanations of what companies and individual employees must do to meet the requirements of the current version of the Standard.

Phishing & Ransomware

IT Governance has developed the phishing and ransomware course in light of the recent WannaCry ransomware exploit, which spread rapidly across networks and affected 200,000 organisations in 150 countries.

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Phishing staff awareness

This course will help you and your team understand how phishing attacks work, the tactics that cyber criminals employ, and how to spot and avoid phishing campaigns.

Misuse of Cc and Bcc when emailing

This course aims to educate employees on the risks and consequences of misusing the Cc and Bcc fields when emailing, and teaches users how to communicate securely and legally with large numbers of people.

Benefits of e-learning courses:

Reinforce the importance of cyber security and data protection to ensure the success of your implementation project.

Deliver cost-effective staff awareness training to a large number of people.

Complex concepts are simplified, making it easier for non-technical staff to understand.

Delegates can learn at their own pace.

The user-friendly dashboard can be rebranded and certain content customised to suit the needs of your organisation.

The course content is created by industry leaders in cyber security and IT governance.

Key features of IT Governance e-learning courses

Each course:

  • Can be started, stopped and resumed at any time;
  • Uses non-technical language, making them easily comprehensible to non-technical staff;
  • Includes relevant definitions, specific security and compliance requirements, compliance-specific terminology, examples of procedures and policies, real-life examples, case studies, optional questions, and feedback;
  • Includes a final multiple-choice test to assess the understanding of the topic, and awards printable certificate when the test is passed;
  • Allows staff to retake the test until they pass.

For multiple courses

We offer a 5% discount if you purchase one additional course, a 10% discount if you purchase two additional courses, a 15% discount if you purchase three additional courses and a 20% discount if you purchase four additional courses..

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Increase staff awareness with our e-learning courses

Ensure the success of your cyber security project with a staff awareness course. Staff have flexibility to work at their own pace, and our e-learning courses are customisable and can be rebranded for your organisation. Speak to one of our training experts for more information and advice on the best training solution for your organisation.

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