The Justice Management Institute provides education and training on how to protect data and personal information in the cyber age. In today’s world of data breaches and cyber stalking, every organization within the justice community should have a cybersecurity plan that includes guidance on the personal and professional use of the internet and social media. Everyone in the organization should understand how employees engage the public, other professionals, and each other on the Internet and how your organization will respond to a cyber-threat.
JMI’s privacy and security training will not only identify risks to an organization but provide communication tools and solutions that can be applied to the personal use of the internet and technology. For example, justice employees are a part of many emotional situations. Training and risk mitigating strategies must be employed when individuals and their families are targeted by threat actors on the Internet because of their rank or role within the justice system. No person involved in the justice system – whether criminal or civil – wants to admit that they don’t know what to do when they or members of their family become a target of a cyber threat actor. In an age of public information and searching, everyone from the judge to the clerk at the public desk can be a victim.
Basic and Advanced Privacy and Security. JMI takes a proactive approach with a training curriculum that provides basic and advanced topics in privacy and security, including the following:
- Protecting Personal Information on the Internet
- Reputation Management
- Social Media Policy
- Travel and Identity Protection
- Privacy and Social Media Best Practices
- Incident Response