|This five minute micro-course is an updated version of the Phishing Challenge with new emails based on recent threats. It is a hands-on, practical challenge in which users learn how to identify a phishing threat. Through a series of real phishing emails, users are quizzed on the common red flags that appear in scam emails.|
This five minute micro-course is an updated version of the Phishing Challenge 1.0 with all new emails based on recent threats in 2017 and 2018. It is a hands-on, practical challenge in which users learn how to identify a phishing threat. Through a series of real phishing emails, users are quizzed on the common red flags that appear in scam emails.
|This course is a short overview of the key changes to data protection due to the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation. It is a direct, interactive and informative overview of the basics of GDPR. Perfect to roll out to all staff in an organisation, it introduces people to the tools they need to understand the steps towards GDPR compliance.|
GDPR: A Practical Overview takes a refreshing new approach to data protection in the workplace. The course combines short bursts of learning with practical scenarios and real-life case studies to ensure all staff know how to safely and securely work with data. Interactive scenarios test and score your data protection knowledge as you progress through the training.
DAC6 is a European regulation aimed at reducing international tax evasion and promoting transparency. DAC6 requires lawyers, accountants, tax advisers, bankers and other "intermediaries" to report some aggressive cross-border tax arrangements. These "mandatory disclosure requirements" (MDR) are for tax transactions that cross EU borders, where it seems that the primary purpose of the transaction is a tax advantage.
This Risk Management course takes a closer look at the risks surrounding conflicts and confidential information (including multi-jurisdictional aspects). The aim is to help you identify situations in which the Code of Conduct might prevent the firm from accepting a new matter due to an actual conflict or a possible future conflict of interest which may emerge; or a confidential information issue that cannot be effectively managed with consent and information barriers.
This short, iPad-friendly refresher course provides a framework for ongoing training in the important area of information security. Leading organisations are increasingly identifying cyber security as a key area of risk, and an important part of their ongoing compliance and risk management training programs.
This course trains users on their requirements under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It has now become more important than ever to ensure that clients’ personal data is safely protected and only available to the appropriate staff members. Our modular course allows participants to complete a form to help build a customised course based on the industry they work in as well as their role within the organisation.
This course has been designed to teach you anti-money laundering best practices and procedures, as defined by 14 of the world’s leading law firms and in line with the Practice Note that has been drawn up by The Law Society of England and Wales and applicable legislation in the UK and other jurisdictions.
VinciWorks’ new anti-money laundering course, AML: Know Your Risk, takes the risk-based approach mandated by the Fourth Money Laundering Directive and drops users into real life, immersive scenarios to test their knowledge, understanding and ability to uncover risks of money laundering hidden in everyday transactions. In this course, users immerse themselves in a simulated job experience where they encounter clients and need to make risk-informed decisions.