Digital security tip: ISO offers cybersecurity training, resources
Did you know the Information Security Office (ISO) has a variety of cybersecurity training and resources for University of Utah and University of Utah Health employees? That’s right, and we’ll be adding more soon.
Training for campus employees is available in Bridge (login required), the U’s Human Resources training platform. Modules can be taken at any time and by any campus employee.
Available modules are:
Information about multifactor authentication (MFA), also called 2FA.
Awareness about criminal attempts to manipulate individuals into divulging restricted or sensitive data by deception.
A security basics course.
A training module for managers that provides an overview of the process of access review, for identified applications, within SailPoint IIQ.
Information security training for University of Utah Health employees is available in the Learning Management System (LMS) and Cornerstone Learn mobile application (login required) as part of the annual HIPAA Security module.
Additional training for all campus and U of U Health employees is available in the KnowBe4 platform (login required), which the university recently licensed. Topics and modules will be added regularly. In fact, you may have been enrolled in a security awareness course during the recent mock phishing exercise. If so, please complete it at https://training.knowbe4.com/ui/login.
Remember, resources are available. The ISO is here to help you and your organization raise your level of cybersecurity awareness. Students, faculty, and staff are the university’s first line of defense against cyberthreats. Better cybersecurity starts with U.
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