Information Security Training for Employees
USNH Cybersecurity & Networking offers Information Security Training for new and existing employees.
Contact us for more information or to schedule employee training. Training can be customized for your departmental needs on a variety of information and computer security topics.
Cybersecurity Governance, Risk, & Compliance is excited to offer a Data Security Fundamentals course available to all USNH Faculty, Staff, and Students via the Get Inclusive LMS platform. The course takes approximately 20 minutes to complete.
We hope this training will help individuals better understand their role as front-line defenders, and the part we all play in protecting the USNH community and information from cyber threats.
- USNH offers Gramm Leach Bliley Act (GLBA) Training through CampusGuard. To request GLBA training, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. GLBA is a federal law that requires financial institutions to develop, implement, and maintain administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to protect the security, integrity, and confidentiality of customer information.
- Additional Training is provided by United Educators (UE) - you can register for an account using your USNH email or login with an existing account here. UE offers a wide variety of training, and a list of available training can be found in UE Learning Programs Overview.
- To request The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), or Red Flags: Preventing Identity Theft training, please contact Cybersecurity GRC at email@example.com.
This DoD Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) Training provides information on the training requirements for accessing, marking, safeguarding, decontrolling and destroying CUI along with the procedures for identifying and reporting security incidents.
Information Security Resources
- Shields Up (link to CISA site)
- Restricted Telecommunication and Surveillance Equipment - National Defense Authorization Act
- Social Media Guidelines
- Good Security Practices at Work, Home, and School
- Tips for Keeping Your Devices Secure
- Signs Your UNH Account is Compromised
- Things to Consider if Your UNH Account has been Compromised
- UNH Campus Virus Protection
- UNH Server Best Practices
- Phishing and Spam
- Password Managers