Step 4: Provide Continuous Training
What training can I provide?A well-rounded data security program requires a strong infrastructure that includes proper technologies, policies, and training. In many organizations, training falls to the bottom of the priority list. It is not uncommon for employees who are responsible for handling sensitive information to be unaware of best practices involving data security. People cannot practice what they don't know; creating vulnerabilities. Data security involving your students and staff can be significantly increased through effective training practices.
Security Awareness Insider
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DESE has partnered with ArkansasIDEAS to provide continuous & quality security awareness training to schools and districts. The following training modules can be accessed at http://ideas.aetn.org.
- Intro to Security Awareness
- Passwords vs. Passphrases
- Email Security
- Public WiFi
- Reporting Incidents
- Social Networking
- Mobile Security
- Computer Security
- Web Security
- Office Security
- Information Protection
Teachers are encouraged to include students in the conversation. Preparing students is just as important as preparing our staff. For each module on ArkansasIDEAS, DESE has recommended a student-friendly video and poster that can be used to complement the campaign.
Security Awareness (Part 1)
- Intro to Security Awareness Campaign Video | Campaign Poster
- Passwords vs. Passphrases Campaign Video | Campaign Poster
- Phishing Campaign Video | Campaign Poster
- Email Security Campaign Video | Campaign Poster
- Public WiFi Campaign Video | Campaign Poster
- Reporting Incidents Campaign Video | Campaign Poster