Non-Public Information: Carefully Handling a Critical Business Resource

Non-public business information serves as a vital resource, and its proper use helps to safeguard this important asset. This information can involve, for example, certain intellectual property, personal information, and sensitive, confidential information. It may be entrusted with an organization by a customer, business partner, or other third parties. How employees identify, use, safeguard, and properly share non-public information serves as a critical responsibility.

Course Objectives:

  • Identify what qualifies as non-public information
  • Indicate responsible ways to work with and protect non-public information
  • Know how to avoid mistakenly disclosing non-public information
  • Know when and to whom to disclose or not disclose non-publicn information

Course Versions:

Foundation
Audience: All managers & supervisors
Code: scfg315m
Time: 22 min

Core
Audience: All managers & supervisors
Code: sccg315m
Time: 10 min

Foundation
Audience: All employees
Code: scfg315
Time: 20 min

Core
Audience: All employees
Code: sccg315
Time: 8 min

Summary
Audience: All employees
Code: scsg315
Time: 4 min

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