ASU Information Security Training

The annual Information Security Training is moving from fiscal year to calendar. In order to transition to calendar year, the Information Security training launched July of 2021 is valid through December 31, 2022. 

All ASU faculty and staff are required to take Information Security 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:

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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.

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Supplemental resources

The following articles may be of further assistance on topics relevant to the presentation outline.

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