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Password Security for Educators

Our interactive Password Security module stresses the importance of following internal policies regarding access to sensitive student information.

Social Engineering for Educators

Our Social Engineering module teaches a three-step method to add clarity to a confusing conversation, challenge the other person's identity and verify suspicious requests.

Removable Media for Educators

This interactive module covers security risks to educational institutions posed by removable media, and risks of student data breaches from lost or stolen media.

Working Remotely for Educators

This interactive module details networking essentials and best security practices to keep remote education-sector personnel secure. Secure methods for accessing student data remotely are discussed.

Safe Web Browsing for Educators

Our interactive Safe Browsing module shows learners how hackers can launch attacks on educational institutions from unsafe websites and outlines best practices for safe browsing.

Physical Security And Student Records

This module will review best practices for physical security as it relates to protecting printed student educational and personal information, including facility access, device storage, physical record management and electronic record transmission.

Phishing for Educators

This interactive training explains how education-sector employees and students are targeted by phishing attacks and how to identify fake requests for student records.

FERPA for K-12

In this module, we identify types of information protected by Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and specific regulations for K-12 institutions.

FERPA for Post-Secondary Education

In this module, we identify types of information protected by Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and specific regulations for post-secondary institutions.

Malware for Educators

This interactive module defines malware and details the dangers it poses to educational institutions, as well as preventative actions.

Mobile Security for Educators

This module identifies the security risks educational institutions face from business-based mobile device use.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

This module covers the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), discusses the types of student education record information covered and what must be documented when a FERPA request is made.

Security Awareness for High School

This module teaches high school students how to use computers and the internet safely and responsibly.

Security Awareness for Middle School

This module teaches middle school students how to use computers and the internet safely.

Cybersecurity Careers

This presentation is a quick introduction to the growing field of cybersecurity and how to get started on the path to a cybersecurity job.

Just the Facts: Introduction for Educators

The internet requires a whole new lesson plan. Explore smart cybersecurity behaviors and learn about common threats in the digital world.

Exceptional learning experiences powered by LX Labs cyber expertise

All Infosec IQ security awareness and training resources are infused with LX Labs know-how. Our elite team of cyber experts, learning specialists and creative ninjas blend cybersecurity expertise with right-brain design talent and solid instructional design. It’s what makes our security awareness series like WORKed and Need to Know so engaging and effective.

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Cybersecurity Culture — Quantified

See the data on the most overlooked variable in security and learn how to measure your organization's cybersecurity culture.