Data Protection and Security
Security e-learning on average equates to 1-2 hours CPD or contribution to relevant apprenticeship standards
Data Protection and Security
These courses cover security issues surrounding issues such as data security and bribery. Most of these courses are not legislation specific apart from the course on the Bribery Act.
This learning covers the 12 steps as outlined by the Information Commissioner's Office to get ready for the regulation. The e-learning demonstrates what steps are needed as well as giving practical advice as to what to do.
Anti Money Laundering Introduction: Money Laundering is the process by which criminals and terrorists convert money obtained illegally into legitimate funds. This course covers how to recognise money laundering in social housing and how to avoid it.
Anti Social Behaviour for General Employees: This e-learning course has been designed to give guidance to employees and contractors on recognising anti-social behaviour and what to do to control it.
Bribery Act: This course deals with the things you need to know to ensure your business complies with the Bribery Act 2010. The course emphasises the importance of applying common sense and honesty when dealing with suppliers.
Staff training for organisations that introduce individuals to businesses that are lenders of money or other credit brokers. The training covers correct behaviour and legal requirements.
Data Protection Act: The e-learning introduces the Data Protection Act (DPA), the terminology used in the Act and how to apply it to your workplace. A case study of implementing this course can be found on the site.
The learning answers what is Data Protection, examining how the new regulations differ from the old. Practical advice is offered in developing new procedures for handing data.
General Security: By the end of the e-learning you will have a greater understanding of security threats: recognising the various types and consequences of a breach in company security.
This e-learning answers what is ISO 27001 and how does it affect products and services rpovided by an organisation. The learning also gives practical advice on how to achieve certification and what are NCRs.
IT Security: IT Security and understanding company policy Network Eavesdropping and protective measures Threats to your password(s) and best practice to avoid attack. Malware: what it is and how to recognise it. Steps to take to avoid attack from Mal-ware.
This course defines the ‘Digital Footprint’ and then goes on to list the dangers associated with Social Media use. The course also covers how to conduct an online audit and offers help in resolving any identified problems.
Money Laundering: This course covers how to recognise and prevent money laundering in the regulated sector.
Prevent Strategy training covers extremism and the terrorist threat, focusing on how to safely identify the threat and report it under the UK Government's Prevent Strategy.