Employee Training. The Provider shall provide periodic security training to those of its employees who operate or have access to the system. Further, Provider shall provide LEA with contact information of an employee who LEA may contact if there are any security concerns or questions.
Employee Training. The Provider shall provide recurring, periodic (no less than annual, with additional sessions as needed throughout the year to address relevant issues/changes, such as (but not necessarily limited to) new or evolving security threats, changes to security protocols or practices, changes to software and/or hardware, identified vulnerabilities, etc.) security training to those of its employees who operate or have access to the system. Such trainings must be tailored to the Provider’s business and cover, but not necessarily be limited to, the following topics: common types of attackers (e.g., cyber criminals, hacktivists, government sponsored groups, inside threats, etc.); common types of attacks (e.g., social engineering, spoofing, phishing, etc.) and how the information sought is typically used; identifying threats, avoiding threats, physical security and environmental controls; internal policies and procedures; and safe internet habits. Further, Provider shall provide LEA with contact information of an employee who LEA may contact if there are any security concerns or questions.
Employee Training. All workforce members who assist in the performance of 10 functions or activities on behalf of COUNTY in connection with Agreement, or access or disclose PHI 11 COUNTY discloses to CONTRACTOR or CONTRACTOR creates, receives, maintains, or transmits on 12 behalf of COUNTY, must complete information privacy and security training, at least annually, at 13 CONTRACTOR’s expense. Each workforce member who receives information privacy and security 14 training must sign a certification, indicating the member’s name and the date on which the training was 15 completed. These certifications must be retained for a period of six (6) years following the termination 16 of Agreement.
Employee Training. In accordance with the terms of this Agreement, within fifteen (15) calendar days of the date of this Agreement, Seller and Purchaser shall agree to mutually acceptable terms and conditions under which Purchaser shall be permitted to provide training to Seller’s employees at the Branches who are reasonably anticipated to become Transferred Employees; it being agreed that, prior to, and on, the Closing Date, all Branch Employees shall remain under Seller’s control. Any such training shall not occur until after receipt of Regulatory Approvals (except for the expiration of statutory waiting periods). All training and employee informational meetings shall be conducted in a manner that will not unreasonably interfere with the business activities of the Branches. Purchaser shall reimburse Seller for the additional time spent by, and all related, reasonable travel expenses incurred by, any such prospective Transferred Employee in connection with such training activities and informational meetings to the extent such time and expenses would not have been spent or incurred by such prospective Transferred Employee but for such training activities or informational meetings, and Purchaser shall reimburse Seller for reasonable costs and expenses (including compensation related costs and expenses) incurred in connection with replacement employees for such prospective Transferred Employees excused from their duties at the Branches for such training activities or informational meetings for the periods during which such prospective Transferred Employees are excused, where such replacement employees are reasonably determined by Seller to be needed to maintain ongoing operations at the Branches without disruption. As promptly as practicable following the date of this Agreement, Purchaser shall provide Seller with Purchaser’s proposed plan for the training of all anticipated Transferred Employees and, within ten (10) Business Days of Seller’s receipt of such plan, Seller shall provide Purchaser with an estimate of the anticipated costs of implementing Purchaser’s proposed training program. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Seller and Purchaser shall reasonably cooperate in good faith to minimize the costs of such training program in a manner consistent with achieving its intended purpose. In addition, from and after the date of this Agreement until the Closing Date, Purchaser shall consult with Seller and obtain Seller’s consent before communicating (directly or indirectly and wh...
Employee Training. Both Parties recognize the need to provide employees with opportunities to improve their qualifications in order to prepare for promotional advancement, upgrade their skills required as a result of technological change, new methods or procedures, and to qualify for new positions being planned. To meet these needs the Employer shall:
Employee Training. All workforce members who assist in the performance of functions or activities on behalf of County, or access or disclose County PHI or PI must complete information privacy and security training, at least annually, at Business Associate’s expense. Each workforce member who receives information privacy and security training must sign a certification, indicating the member’s name and the date on which the training was completed. These certifications must be retained for a period of six (6) years following contract termination.