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Protecting information

Objectives

The signing of a new partnership, the loss of a client, financial results which fall short of expectations, rumours of a merger... in the business world, news quickly gets around.

You don't always need to be in a strategically-important post to have access to highly valuable information. Accessing this information is easy enough, given that the key factor in maintaining secrecy is also the weakest link in the chain - people. At any given time and place, you or one of your employees may unwittingly be putting the confidentiality of your most sensitive information at risk. At a time of increasingly fierce competition between economic rivals, now more than ever before, this information needs to be treated as one of your company's most precious assets.

In order to educate your employees about the importance of protecting information, HAXXOM's training programmes illustrate theoretical considerations with practical demonstrations.

 

The benefits of HAXXOM's training solutions

  • Training led by experts in business intelligence and surveillance, specialists in the acquisition and protection of sensitive information.
  • Compact, educational, multi-disciplinary sessions focusing on participants' main security priorities
  • Made-to-measure solutions tailored to your operational and budgetary constraints

HAXXOM, a listed training institute

Registered with the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes regional authorities, No. 84691473569.
This registration is not equivalent to government accreditation

Programme

Protecting information: a crucial priority for businesses

  • What is information? Why is is so strategically important?
  • Identifying risks and threats
  • Spotting vulnerabilities
    • Human factors
    • Technological factors
  • Strategies used by malicious parties
    • Human surveillance
    • Electronic surveillance
  • Principles of data protection
    • Technical counter-measures
    • Best practices to adopt
  • Fundamental principles of incident management
Target audience
Executives, managers, directors, employees
Participants
Max. 10-20 per session
Duration
1 day (approx. 7 hours)
Location
Lyon, Paris or on your premises
Documents and certificates
  • Summary booklet
  • Guideline sheets
  • Training certificate