The goal of enterprise learning is to provide required online courses as well as optional learning opportunities that offer skills, knowledge and connections that are meaningful and essential to the Drexel community. Enterprise Learning will consist of:
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As part of the Drexel community, we have an obligation to protect our people, our information and our systems from cybercriminals. Attackers compromise accounts, computers, systems and networks to steal sensitive information, leaving us all at risk. They extract personally identifiable information, protected health information, financial information, confidential data, and intellectual property by planting ransomware in their victims’ systems. Technical defenses like firewalls, antivirus, and multi-factor authentication have been proven to work. Yet, frequent information security awareness training programs are also critical to preventing cyberattacks.
In collaboration with the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), we are launching our first enterprise learning required online course: Drexel University Information Security Compliance. You will be able to access this mandatory online course in Career Pathway on your transcript.
Drexel University seeks to foster an educational and work environment that is safe, welcoming, and free from discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct in all forms. Understanding Drexel's policies around these topics, including the University's efforts to comply with federal Title IX law, can help our community become safer, empower our faculty and staff to comply with mandatory reporting requirements detailed in University policies, and encourage individuals to take appropriate action to help themselves or others. This course is a review of Drexel's policies and procedures surrounding issues of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct; an explanation of mandatory reporting and other key concepts and terms within the policies; and a primer on best practices related to these issues. At the end of the course, you will be able to understand the University's obligations under policy and federal Title IX law, identify what types of behaviors fall within these policies, and understand how to report concerns related to issues of sexual harassment or sexual misconduct when they are raised.
This enterprise learning required course, Understanding Title IX at Drexel, offered in partnership with the Assistant View President and Title IX Coordinator, is now available for completion in Career Pathway on your transcript.
The Workplace Privacy and Confidentiality Training is intended to bring awareness to our institutional commitment to protecting the personal data of members of the Drexel community and to provide Drexel University employees with a practical overview of data privacy protection principles and best practices for the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information on behalf of the University. This training will provide information about the confidentiality and privacy requirements of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Workplace Privacy and Confidentiality, created in collaboration with the Office of Compliance, Privacy, and Internal Audit, is on your transcript and available for you to complete in Career Pathway.