Security Awareness

For the university’s Institutional Risk Management Program (IRMP), user-related risk is important. We must ensure all users of university systems and everyone who accesses data is equipped with the skills that will protect those valuable assets.

To comply with the IRMP (IT16) requirement, all users who access university systems or data must complete a minimum of 1 hour of information security awareness training every year. Our online Securing the Human training course is an easy way to meet this requirement.

Securing the Human training explains how you play an important role in protecting our university and how you are an “information gatekeeper.” In addition, the concept of creating a strong cyber shield is introduced. When you work through the training you will quickly see how the information will enable you to take control of and protect your cyber activities, both at home and at work.

How to Enroll in Security Awareness Training

The Information Security Standards require us to complete one hour of security awareness activities each year. The Security Awareness team is pleased to provide all employees with awareness training with practical steps for protecting yourself online. 

There is a Security Awareness training course is available via self-enrollment in BuckeyeLearn, to request the course please:

  1. Go to BuckeyeLearn (if prompted, login with your name.# and password).
  2. Search for "Security Awareness [PY4]” and click “Request.”  The course will be added to your transcript.
  3. Select the My Transcript button on the homepage and locate the " Security Awareness [PY4]” training and click “Open Curriculum.” 

If you are unable to complete the training all at once you may return to your BuckeyeLearn transcript to continue work on completing the training.  ​Please note, if you are unable to launch the course, you may need to disable the pop-up blocker.

For technical support, please contact the IT Service Desk online or at (614) 688-HELP (4357).​