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2017 Secure UD Training

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Phase I of 2017 Secure UD Training being rolled out to employees

The 2017 Secure UD Training, announced last month, is being released to University of Delaware employees this week.

Secure UD Training, introduced in 2014, is the University’s information security awareness training program. It’s a modular, online and self-paced program that empowers employees by providing the knowledge and skills to address cybersecurity risks and protect themselves and the University community.

The University refreshes Secure UD Training annually in order to keep the campus community aware of cyber threats and the best practices for protecting community members from them.

Following last year’s format, 2017 Secure UD Training will be delivered in phases that organize training modules into shorter, more convenient chunks.

• Phase I of 2017 Secure UD Training is being rolled out to UD employees this week and will be available through the spring 2017 semester and the summer 2017 term.

• Phase II will be made available for the fall semester 2017 and the winter 2018 term.

Employees enrolled in Secure UD Training will receive an email from noreply@securingthehuman.org as their training becomes available.

Employees can log in, complete Phase I of their 2017 Secure UD Training and explore other cybersecurity resources at the Secure UD website.

Those with questions about Secure UD Training can contact the IT Support Center.


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