23 April, 2012
Aurion Learning has been working closely with Scottish Water to design and develop a new e-learning programme on Information Security.
The e-learning programme has been developed for all staff at Scottish Water and is designed to help them get to grips with Scottish Water’s Information Security Policy Practices.
The online learning programme covers what information security means to Scottish Water, threats to information security, what resources are available to help Scottish Water staff in relation to information security, and where to find them.
Speaking about the project, Dr. Maureen Murphy, Managing Director of Aurion Learning said:
“Information Security is about people…..their lives and their livelihoods. We have developed this Information Security e-learning programme in partnership with Scottish Water to raise awareness that information security and data protection is everyone’s responsibility, and to encourage staff to think about the consequences of poor data management, both for themselves and for members of the public.”
Scottish Water is a publicly owned company, answerable to the Scottish Parliament and the people of Scotland. Scottish Water’s role is to bring clean, safe and high quality drinking water to 2.4 million households and 124,000 business premises across Scotland. Every day, Scottish Water produces 1.3 billion litres of safe, treated drinking water and takes away 840 million litres of waste water, which they treat before returning safely to the environment. You can read more about Scottish Water by logging onto their website at www.scottishwater.co.uk
Aurion Learning is an award winning online learning solutions provider. We help organisations deliver learning and development solutions including e-learning, learning portals, learning management systems (LMS) and continuing professional development (CPD) management tools. We also provide strategy and capability building services to help organisations develop focussed online learning strategies and to develop their own online learning in-house.
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