ASU Information Security Training
All ASU faculty and staff are required to take information security awareness training within the first month of employment and annually thereafter. This online, self-paced class shows you how to protect ASU data and information systems from harm. The training takes about 30 minutes to complete and includes a presentation and a quiz. You must answer 12 of 15 quiz questions correctly to earn credit for the course. You may re-take the quiz if necessary. For more information and to take the training:
In this class, you will learn more about:
- The laws and policies that apply when you handle sensitive information at ASU
- Protecting your systems, accounts, and information
- Identifying who's sending you information
- How encryption plays a vital role in protection
- Using security software that updates automatically
- How to secure mobile and other devices when connecting to the internet
- Your role in implementing new technology systems and products through contracts and security reviews
- What to do when you have an information security event
Instructions for taking the online, self-paced “ASU Information Security Training”:
Remember, you must answer 12 of 15 quiz questions correctly to earn credit for the course. You may re-take the quiz if necessary.
You can find a reference guide for all the links described in the training here.
A toolkit to assist with FY22 InfoSec Training Compliance can be found here.
Contact the Information Security Office if you have questions or comments.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web: getprotected.asu.edu
- Chief Information Security and Digital Trust Officer: Donna Kidwell
- ACD 125 (Computer, Internet, and Electronic Communications policy)
- Data handling standard
- Incident response standard (summary)
- PCI best practices
Other links mentioned
- Information security standards
- Information security resources: Get Protected
- General Counsel: Legal information
- Office of Research Integrity: Guidance, forms, checklists
- ServiceNow (help desk requests)
- ASU Hot Line
- Data Handling Matrix
- Vulnerability Remediation
- Physical Security
- Last Pass
- Wifi Resources
The following articles may be of further assistance on topics relevant to the presentation outline.
- Regular updates
- Security software: myapps.asu.edu
- ASURITE password help
- Mobile devices and cloud computing: Going mobile