Global Training Solutions releases new training module

July 27, 2012
Company’s Information Security Awareness Training Program expanded

Global Training Solutions Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of a newly released training module: SOCIAL MEDIA AND BRAND PROTECTION Training to the Information Security Awareness Training Program.

The 30 minute module covers the following topics:

• What is Social Media
o Social Media Statistics
o Social Media vs. Traditional Media
o Ownership of Social Media Content

• Social Media in the Corporate Environment
o Brand protection and Abuse
o Online Disputes
o Disguising your Identify and Pretending to be Someone else
o Information Leakage
o Social Media Policies

• Social Media Risks and Threats
o Malware
o Data Loss
o Bandwidth Consumption
o Productivity Loss

The Security E-Learning Training Series presents contemporary security content in a new and exciting way by incorporating text, voice, video, animation, simulation, interactive sessions, testing and reporting. It enables standards-based training programs that encompass the power of the internet and multi-media technologies to educate your employees and students. It helps retain the message by using multimedia to enhance the learning process: Reading, Hearing, Watching and Doing. We offer rapid deployment of content in 16 languages with low bandwidth requirements.

Features include:

- Fully customizable to include your company logo, policies, processes, procedures and links to internal and external documents
- AICC, SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004 Compliant
- Maintenance, Update and Support Program
- Courses are hosted on our LMS or self-hosted on your internal LMS
- Customization support available

Other titles include:

• Payment Card Information
• NERC CIP Security Awareness
• Chemical Terrorism Vulnerability Information (CVI) Training
• Information Security Management
• Physical Security Training
• Incident Response and Computer Forensics
• Secure Coding Practices
• Identity Theft Training
• Red Flag Rule
• Internet Safety (Parents Edition)
• Internet Edition (Kids Edition)

To request additional information, please send your e-mail requests to: or by calling 416-806-5777. Additional information is also available by visiting: