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NAVEX Global Online Compliance Training Courses: Technology Use and Security Training for Employees

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Use of Assets & Technology

Technologies have delivered tremendous advances to the workplace, enabling employees to work faster and more productively. But these advances have also created security challenges. This course is designed to expose learners to policy and expectations governing technology use, inform them about important responsibilities and introduce best practices designed to boost security and reduce risks.

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All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • Proper use of electronic devices
  • Examples of conduct that can violate policy
  • An employer's right to access and review electronic communications
  • Obligation to report misuse of technology
  • Misuse of technology outside the workplace
  • Blogging and social networking
  • Inappropriate downloads and copying of employer software
  • Managing employee misconduct and expectations, including privacy

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Company Assets

Explains the broad definition of “company assets” – including financial, information, physical and technology assets – and reinforces each employee’s responsibility to protect these assets in order to help the organization maintain its competitive advantage in the marketplace.

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