Security Search: Information Security and Privacy (Fun) Learning Event/Competition

This engaging learning exercise is based on a wildly successful program Rebecca developed for one the world’s leading financial institutions. Its primary activity tool is an interactive poster featuring cutaways of an office building with a myriad of visible information security and privacy risks. Your employees will learn by searching for the risks illustrated within the poster, working in teams or individually, based upon your organization’s learning objectives.  See below for a full description.

This engaging learning exercise is based on a wildly successful program Rebecca developed for one the world’s leading financial institutions. Its primary activity tool is an interactive poster featuring cutaways of an office building with a myriad of visible information security and privacy risks. Your employees will learn by searching for the risks illustrated within the poster, working in teams or individually, based upon your organization’s learning objectives.

This training tool’s highly detailed illustrations are of people and work areas, as well as the immediate surroundings of a typical office building. The poster is 19” x 27” – big enough to clearly identify all of the elements (similar to the detail in a Where’s Waldo book), and is produced on heavyweight paper (made with recycled materials), so you can use it not only for this exercise, but as a lasting, posted reminder of information and privacy security situations.

Key benefits of The Privacy Professor’s Security Search #1: At the Office:

  • Meets regulatory, legal and contractual training requirements
  • Actively engages personnel to effectively and measurably improve security and privacy practices
  • Teaches participants how to identify and address security and privacy risks within their office building
  • Encourages fun while learning!

What’s included in the package

  • Illustrated learning tools and posters – multiple options are available for a variety of organizational sizes
  • Answer key and corresponding descriptions for each risk
  • An answer sheet template for learning participants to use to provide their descriptions of the risks
  • Metrics tools to measure awareness before and after the exercise to determine increase in awareness as a result of the learning exercise
  • Project plan and timeline identifying key activities before, during and after the learning exercise
  • Sample memo from the organization leader  to managers to announce the learning exercise
  • Sample memo with instructions to managers for initiating the exercise with participants
  • Learning exercise response grading instructions
  • Communications to send to participants in the weeks/months following the training exercise to reinforce each key training topics
  • Winning team and participant prize suggestions
  • Tips for success

This is the training activity that organizations should do for special events, such as International Data Privacy Day, Information Security Day, etc.: http://www.privacyguidance.com/security_search.html.  It gets all employees interested in information security and privacy and keeps them interested.

Other details:

  • The full package for this training event includes all the forms necessary to present the event, as well as to document the activity.
  • The training coordinator can file all the forms with their compliance file.

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