- Structured knowledge about what information is
- Clear differentiation between information protection and IT security
- Comprehensible presentation of the goals of information security
- Solid knowledge for secure handling of information
- Examples of potential risks in handling information
- Working with Information Classification More info
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20 - 25 Min.
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Information security according to BAIT
With the BAIT, BaFin is making new demands on financial institutions. One of them is raising awareness and training employees on various information security topics. This e-learning package offers the training program required by the BAIT - online and cost-effective.
Information classification plays a critical role for organizations to effectively protect their data and information. Organizations are exposed to various threats related to information, such as data loss, unauthorized access, or data tampering. By classifying information, companies can target their protective measures to valuable and confidential data and minimize the risk of security breaches. Information security objectives include protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information, as well as ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standards.
How exactly is information defined?
Information includes all data and documents that are of value to an organization. This can include customer information, trade secrets, internal processes and more. Classifying information allows companies to categorize their data according to its value and confidentiality. This allows appropriate security measures to be taken to limit access to sensitive information and minimize potential risks.
E-learning as an effective method for information classification
E-learning provides organizations with an effective way to train their employees on information classification. Through interactive learning modules and training materials, employees can understand the basics of classification, learn how to properly label information, and what safeguards are required for different classification levels. Through digital learning, organizations can raise awareness of the importance of information classification among their employees.