Responsible for Information for SME's Course for Charities
'Responsible for Information' for SME's
Produced under HM Government for National Archives, they have produced an approximate 1-hour E-learning course for those responsible within UK SME's, whose role is directly or indirectly related to being Responsible for Information.
Therefore, IS Know How immediately felt that this would be a great and incredible resource, which would fit perfectly for UK Third Sector Organisations, where many personnel will be responsible for information and this is a great starting point for your organisation.
As you may be aware, ISKH have a mission to not 'Muddy the Water' if it's not necessary and this resource fits very nicely in to this ethos.
Find Out How This Course Can Help Mitigate Your Organisations Risks.
Everyone creates, uses and shares information. We need to know how to protect ourselves, our organisations and our customers from the risks associated with the misuse of this information.
'Responsible for Information' is a free resource aimed at staff in micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). It helps employees and business owners to understand information security and the associated risks. You will learn how to identify information security threats, and how to minimise the associated risks in this resource.
National Archives 'Responsible for Information' Course Features:
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The above resources and content namely the Course Features, Powerpoint Course Presentation Download File and Course Topics; "Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0."
ISKH is in no way affiliated with, or working on behalf of the National Archives. ISKH is quite simply reproducing their perfectly balanced 'Responsible for Information for SME's' E-Learning Course, to be able to put it in front of our Third Sector target audience(s) and afford UK Registered Charities, Social Enterprise and Not-for-Profits to know the material is available to them.
Any externally linked National Archives content in the ISKH website, including PDF documents or video media, is offered for information purposes only, as is.