Video based GDPR and cyber awareness training with supported e-learning for all levels of staff, developed by award winning production team, Matobo, in partnership with CC2i.
Cyber awareness and cyber security in every organisation is now simply essential.
High profile attacks have crippled organisations across the world and cyber threats are a high priority risk across all sectors. As these threats continue to adapt, all organisations need staff to stay up to date on the type of threats that are out there, as well as knowing how to mitigate them.
Now GDPR is in place, it is business critical that staff know the basis of this new regulation and how to manage personal data.
Working with the production team behind the BBC’s mandatory cyber & GDPR training course, we have developed ‘Dojo’. Dojo offers 60 minutes of high quality animated video-based training and SCORM compliant e-learning.
The 12 modules are accessible on any device, can be delivered in a variety of formats and cover the full range of cyber threats, as well as two specific modules on GDPR.
This trailer previews just some of these video modules that are included in Dojo. Each video is precise and to the point, ensuring high levels of staff engagement along with a cyber savvy workforce.
Cyber Security & GDPR Matters
What Is Personal Data?
Handling Personal Data
Online Services & File Sharing
Portable Devices & Apps
We’re Here To Help
A Dojo license provides your organisation with a SCORM compliant package, which can track and measure staff awareness more closely - all through your own Learning Management System. Included are the 12 video training modules and supporting e-learning. Alternatively, we can provide a fully hosted service for your staff.
Modules listed above are covered by the license and will be kept up-to-date in terms of cyber messages and relevant security protocols.
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Brought together by the digital co-funding and collaboration platform - CC2i.
Bio Products Laboratory & Water Management Consortium and Doncaster East Internal Drainage Board commission Dojo