This interactive e-learning course helps employees to gain a better understanding of information security risks and ISO/IEC 27001:2013 compliance requirements to reduce their organisation’s exposure to security threats.
The course explores information security risks in the workplace and highlights the importance of understanding your organisation’s information security policies.
This is a one-year licence for the course hosted on our learning management system (LMS). Customisation is not included.
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All staff that successfully complete the course will be issued with a certificate that displays their score. This can be kept on record for internal purposes or if necessary, suitable for audit.
This course is set out to meet the requirements of Clause 7.3 of ISO/IEC 27001:2013, which stipulates that it is essential to address security issues at employee level. Forward-thinking organisations that take cyber security seriously align with international best practice such as the international standard ISO 27001.
Sharing knowledge of cyber attacks, security threats and best practices with employees to prevent future attacks is invaluable to both cyber security and information security strategies.
E-learning is a quick, affordable and effective means of delivering training with minimal disruption.
This course is targeted at all employees who need to be aware of and understand their organisation’s ISO 27001 obligations. It is suitable for all employees who process information, use information technology in their daily job, or use the Internet as a means of conducting business.
This course enables all employees to better understand information security risks and compliance requirements in line with ISO 27001. It also aims to familiarise non-technical staff with their organisation’s information security policies to reduce the likelihood of security incidents.