Every year all TCNJ employees must participate in Security Awareness Training. This year TCNJ implemented a new Security Awareness Training platform. The training modules are a little more interactive and updated than the previous training videos.
The College considers information to be a strategic asset that is essential to its core mission and business operations. The College also values the privacy of individuals and is dedicated to protecting the information with which it is entrusted. The College is committed to providing the resources needed to ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability of its information as well as reduce the risk of exposure that would damage the reputation of the College.
SANS is the company that provides our new training platform. They use a hosted learning management system called Litmos. When training opens all employees will receive an email from “TCNJ IT Security Training email@example.com the training portal. Copy and paste the link into a browser and click Start this Course to begin. A window will open with the interactive training module. There is audio, so make sure your headphones or speakers are turned on.
Sample email for the IT Security Awareness Training Program:
Clicking the training link will load the training portal
Clicking Start this course will open a new window with the training module. The training should take less than 10 minutes, but you can stop and resume the training as many times as you like. After completing the quiz, advance to the next module by clicking the Next Module button in the upper right of the screen.
Yearly training must be complete by Nov 18. You can use link to login to the training portal Security Training. Contact the IT Helpdesk x2660 firstname.lastname@example.org if you experience any browser issues while trying to view the training.
If you are interested in an in-person training session please contact Matthew Cesari at email@example.com
Thank you for your cooperation. IT Security Awareness is a very effective piece in our IT Security Program and the College’s Information Security depends on you.