All Georgia State faculty and staff are required by the University System of Georgia policy to complete cybersecurity awareness twice annually. Georgia State’s cybersecurity team will conduct university-wide online training during fall and spring.
The online training, conducted using the KnowBe4 training system, helps you recognize and protect against increasingly common cyber threats that can compromise your and others’ sensitive personal and financial information as well as cause damage to computer and information systems. It contains a series of video modules and interactive quizzes that will help you learn how you can better protect yourself from cyber threats both at work and at home.
Georgia State uses the KnowBe4 training system for cybersecurity training. 2023 Training modules will be available beginning Monday, Feb. 6.
KnowBe4 uses CampusID single sign-on for login.
- Enter your [email protected] faculty/staff email account.
- When prompted, sign in with your CampusID and CampusID password.
Note: Student employees, make sure you enter your faculty/staff email address (@gsu.edu). More information on student employee email accounts.
You will receive an email notifications from the email address [email protected] with the subject line “You’ve Been Added to GSU Cybersecurity Awareness Training.” The emails will contain instructions on how to complete your training.
To sign in, enter your [email protected] faculty/staff email account. When prompted, sign in with your CampusID and CampusID password.
If you are a sponsor needing to request specialized training for a member of a group, on topics such as PCI-DSS or GLBA, you can request training with this form.
Email the Cybersecurity Team: