As more organizations offer employees the option to work from home or in a hybrid model, managers are key to creating a productive, respectful remote workplace. From ensuring that everyone has the necessary technology and equipment to promoting virtual teamwork, managers play a critical role. Read On
In today’s global economy, commerce, technology and data come together in the form of a thin rectangle of plastic — the ever-present credit, debit or payment card. These cards are used approximately a billion times a day, which translates into a lot of activity and a lot of data about the card, the cardholder and the transactions. And with the increase in security threats, it’s critical that organizations in the payment card industry develop and maintain secure systems. Read On
Traliant, an innovator in online sexual harassment training and diversity training, today announced a new eLearning course on the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards or PCI DSS. Annual PCI DSS awareness training is required by the PCI Security Standards Council for anyone who handles credit, debit and prepaid cards.
“PCI DSS training is an essential step in protecting cardholder data and preventing fraud which can result in costly fines and losing the ability to accept payment cards,” said Andrew Rawson, Chief Learning Officer and Co-Founder of Traliant.
With more employees working remotely or in a hybrid environment, risks for cyber attacks are increasing. More distractions, interruptions and stress can make employees more susceptible to phishing — a common form of cyber crime that manipulates people into disclosing personal or confidential information. Whether the phishing attack takes the form of an email, phone call, text or social media message, the goal is the same: to get people to lower their defenses in order to steal money, identities or hack into an internal network. Read On
Traliant, an innovator in online sexual harassment training and diversity training, today announced a new addition to its HR/compliance training library, Creating a Respectful Remote Workplace. This new online course is designed to help organizations promote a safe, respectful and harassment-free remote work culture in the COVID-19 era.
As more organizations offer remote or hybrid work options, employees need to understand that workplace policies, laws and standards for behavior apply when they aren’t onsite. This course focuses on how to create a respectful, inclusive workplace for employees and managers, who play a critical role in maintaining a successful remote work culture.”