Security Training FAQs

All full-time employees of UNT, UNT Dallas, and UNT System who were hired before January 1, 2018 are required to complete this round of Security Awareness Training.  Part-time employees are encouraged to complete the training, but it is not required.

Keeping our confidential data secure requires the effort of technology, processes and people. In this training, you will learn why you are an important part of information security and what you can do to protect data. In addition, many regulations and standards require security awareness training for every employee.

Employees should login to the EIS portal (, or, go to the Human Resources tab and click on the link in the Information Security Training box.

No. You can view each short video over as many sessions as required. You do not need to complete the training in one session because your progress will be saved when you exit the training site.

All employees should complete the training by Wednesday, November 15, 2018.  Full-time employees who do not complete the training by this date are at risk of losing access to computer resources.

The length of all of the required videos in the training is about 30 minutes. All videos have a one-question assessment at the completion. There is also one page of information to read after the “You Are the Shield” segment.

Yes! After you have completed the training, you will be provided a link to view the certificate confirming your successful completion of the course 1 CPE credit.

UNT System does not restrict employees from using mobile devices unless confidential information is involved. Confidential information may not be stored on mobile computing devices, i.e., laptops, tablets, smart phones, etc., unless the device is encrypted. Cloud storage services are available through One Drive for Business. Employees may use OneDrive for Business to store files for a UNT System institution business purposes only. For more information about encryption and other topics on information security, please see the UNT System Information Security Handbook section 12.4 for information about encryption. 

No.  The FERPA training module included in the Securing the Human training is meant to enhance rather than replace, any existing FERPA training.

Contact your local help desk or IT support team.

Once inside the training system, click the “Contact Support” link to the left of the training videos. You can then send an email to describing your difficulty to the security support team. Or you can contact your local help desk.

Before you can click the tick-box, you must navigate to the URL. Once you return to the training, you will be able to click on the acceptance statement.

UNT System did not purchase any addition language training packages, therefore, the training is only available in English for employees of the UNT System institutions.