The InteProIQ Insider Threat Awareness Training identifies the spectrum of accidental or intentional insider threats, risk-based mindsets, behavioral anomalies and engagement/mitigation strategies. This single course addresses the unique roles and responsibilities of the audience; includes training, final exam, certificate of completion and evaluation.
Provides definitions and examples of the various types of insider threats with potential impacts. Emphasizes the importance of implementing protective procedures and technologies. Raises management and employee awareness through positive preventive actions; resulting in reduced accidental and intentional incidents.
This single course focuses on how anyone within your organization can accidentally or intentionally misuse authorized access to sensitive and proprietary information, business techniques, business technologies or other significant assets.
75% of employees don’t receive adequate information about information security policies.
58% of employees don’t understand what is considered a security threat.
50% of employees disregard information security protection policies in order to get their job done.
Appropriate for management with authority for program implementation, the Insider Threat Awareness Training, Management version identifies risk-based mindsets, behaviors and activities, plus effective procedural and technological protective measures to mitigate an insider threat.
• Completion time is about 25 minutes.
• This is NOT a timed training.
• You can start/stop at your convenience AND automatically return to where you left off.
• Coffee breaks are respected and appreciated.
• You can access your training from different devices: laptop, tablet or smartphone.
• Browser accessible: Mozilla Firefox®, Google Chrome™, Windows® Internet Explorer®, and Apple® Safari®.
It is important to understand that an insider threat awareness program includes an obligation to protect the reputation of employees and safeguard their continued employment by addressing potential misconduct diligently and fairly, and by providing employees the opportunity to explain their actions.