Security Executive Council adds training videos

June 3, 2008
Topics cover C-TPAT, confidential information, workplace health

June 3, 2008, Washington, DC—The Security Executive Council (SEC) online store has added three new training videos to its lineup of industry-leading security resources. Developed by the award-winning Cohn Creative Group LLC, the videos provide small and large organizations an effective building block for employee awareness and security-related training.

C-TPAT Supply Chain Security educates employees of companies that have joined the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism about the key principles of supply chain security. Viewers go inside the mind of a criminal who shows how supply chain security can often be easily subverted. Engaging and informative, the video helps employees understand that they are the key to preventing product diversion and defending against terrorism attempts.

Safe and Secure follows the exploits of Jimmy, a thief who demonstrates how easy it can be to steal confidential information when employees are careless. Jimmy introduces critical topics and best practices for information, communications and physical security. This award-winning video that has been viewed by more than 1 million employees of leading organizations around the world and covers topics such as laptop security, password protection, e-mail and Internet security, and mobile device security.

Workplace Flu Fighters features a "reality show" format in which a "tribe" of employees works to survive in one of the environments most prone to disease: the office. As the risks of flu grow, employers need to help employees know how to protect themselves. This video shows how small changes in everyday business behavior can make a big difference in fighting off disease.

Each video may be customized by special order. Details and video previews are available on the SEC store's website.

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