This course will make UNICEF users more aware of how susceptible they can be in today's threat landscape, and how changing certain risky behaviours and creating a secure organizational culture protects all of us. This course promotes a security-focused culture that empowers users to protect systems proactively by taking adequate security measures.
By successfully completing this course, you will:
- Increase your knowledge on information security, personal information and privacy
- Identify the main risks when using information technology
- Identify threats such as social engineering, phishing, ransomware and spyware
- Learn how to protect yourself from the main information security threats
- Learn how to report information security incidents
UNICEF staff, partners, consultants, national committees, UN Volunteers, interns and others as appropriate. Audience
The estimated time it takes to complete this course is 90 minutes.
The course has 13 interactive modules:
- Introduction to Information Security
- Personal Information and Privacy
- Access Control
- Social Engineering
- Working Remotely
- Mobile Devices
- Protecting Your Home Computer
- Incident Reporting
This course is part of UNICEF’s Information Security Programme, and is developed
to manage human risk with a sustainable, measurable and targeted approach. It promotes an information security mindset and behavior change so users can protect both the organization and their personal assets.
For more information: Information Security webpage