This online information security awareness course introduces basic concepts of information security, provides an overview of information security vulnerabilities and threats commonly encountered in today's workplace and at home, and recommends best practices in responding to the information security challenges which regularly occur in all environments.
State Information Security Consolidated Policy (State PSP 100, Section 3.5 Security Awareness) requires all Nevada State employees to complete information security awareness refresher training at least annually. This Information Security Awareness course has been designated as an approved method to satisfy that mandatory training requirement.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:
- Understand the basic concepts of information security and the risks to information security
- Understand fundamental best practices for using information systems securely
- Recognize common types of security vulnerabilities and threats, at work and at home
- Take appropriate action when a security vulnerability or threat occurs, at work and at home
Minimum Passing Score: 75% on the Final Exam
Credit Hours: 1.0
Time to Complete (Approx.): 1 Hour
How to Enroll: Student self-enrollment. Click on the course name.
If you have issues enrolling in the class, please contact the HR Help Desk at 775-687-9099 or at email@example.com.
Department of Administration, Governor’s Office, Lieutenant Governor’s Office, Governor’s Finance Office, Governor’s Office of Science Innovation and Technology, Governor’s Office of Energy, and Nuclear Projects Employees only: As of August 20, 2018, we will no longer use the Nevada Information Security Awareness training to meet the annual security awareness training requirement (this applies ONLY to security awareness training). You will be sent an email when your training is due directly from KnowBe4.com (this includes new employees!) If you have questions or encounter any technical difficulties with this new training, please speak with your supervisor or contact your Information Security Officer, Dennis McHugh, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 775-684-7370.
Department of Transportation employees only: NDOT no longer uses this training to meet the annual security awareness
training requirement. Please go to https://training.knowbe4.com/login?domain=dot.nv.gov
to complete your training. If you have questions or encounter any technical
difficulties with this new training for NDOT employees, please contact your
Information Security Officer, Jeramie Brown, at email@example.com or
Please Note: This course will serve as New Employee and/or Refresher training.
If you are registered in an instructor led classroom course, but are taking this on-line course in-lieu of the instructor led course, please remember to drop from the instructor led course. THANK YOU!
Sexual harassment is a form of discrimination; it is against the law and has no place in the workplace. This course is mandatory for all State of Nevada employees in accordance with NAC 284.496.
Upon completing this course:
- You will gain an understanding of the State of Nevada’s Sexual Harassment and Discrimination policies & regulations.
- Learn your rights and responsibilities to ensure the State of Nevada’s work environment is free of sexual harassment and discrimination.
- Gain an understanding on how to respect the sensitivities of others by developing an appreciation for a diverse workforce.
Minimum Passing Score: 70% on the Final Exam
Credit Hours: 1.0
Time to complete the class: Approximately 60 minutes
Division of Human Resource Management-EEO Office
100 N. Stewart St., Ste. 200
Carson City, NV 89701
EEO Office hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Teacher: TAMMY SMITH