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What is Document Management

The best way to understand document management is to go through document management courses. Controlling the flow of documents is key for regulatory compliance. Also, it helps secure the personal and business information entrusted to you by your clients.

Documents often contain sensitive information that needs to be protected. So, you need to know about document security, how to handle requests for releasing documents, how long to retain documents, and when to destroy them.

First, you’ll learn about many types of documents. Then, we’ll take a quick look at the basics of document security. You’ll learn about physical security and computer security measures that you must follow.

Then, we’ll talk about how you should handle requests for documents. You’ll learn about confidentiality and handling unusual requests for information.

Next, you’ll learn about document retention. And finally, we’ll discuss the topic of destroying documents.

Course Description

CategoryInformation Security
Course NameDealing with Document
Duration30 mins
Certificate IncludedYes
Languages English
Course TypeInteractive online training
FormatLM-light, SCORM 1.2
Supported DevicesDesktop/Laptop, Tablet, Phone
Last UpdatedJune 30, 2021

What you’ll learn

  • What is a document?
  • Basic physical and computer security measures that you need to employ to protect documents
  • How to handle requests for information
  • Why do we retain documents, and how long should we retain them
  • Why, when, and how to destroy documents


  1. What is dealing with documents
  2. Structure of the dealing with documents course
  3. Basic document security
  4. What is a document?
  5. Physical security of your documents
  6. Basic computer security measures
  7. What is data classification
  8. How to deal with requests for information
  9. Document confidential should be a default
  10. Beware of social engineering
  11. Examples of social engineering attacks
  12. Learn about document retention
  13. Why do we retain documents?
  14. What is a retention period?
  15. Where do we retain information?
  16. How long should we retain documents?
  17. Document retention and the storage media
  18. What is data migration?
  19. How to destroy documents?
  20. Why do we destroy documents?
  21. Reasons to extend retention of documents
  22. Destruction methods for destroying documents
  23. The impact of incorrect destruction
  24. Why some documents shouldn’t be recycled?
  25. How to securing your document destruction process
  26. Recap of the Document Management courses

Who Should Attend?

  • Staff members who connect with customers directly, or have direct or indirect access to customer data
  • Staff members responsible for dealing with documents.
  • IT security staff who need to expand their understanding of their attack surface

Why emPower

100s of customers

  • 14+ Years of experience in working with small to large businesses from different industries
  • 95% customer retention

Customer Experience

  • 24x7 dedicated support and toll free number
  • 99%+ guaranteed uptime

Extremely Cost-effective

  • As low as $0.99/user/yr
  • We will match or better the price of your current LMS

Effective Courses

  • Each course is 20-40 min long to ensure engagement with quizzes and certificate
  • SCORM 1.2 Compliant


  • No setup costs
  • We deploy your customized solution in less than 48 hours

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As you go through document management courses, you’ll learn about document classification, storage, and destruction. Understanding these three aspects of documentation will train me to use secure methods of document handling, including sharing and processing of electronic records.

The documents that we come across at work often contain sensitive information that requires our protection. So it’s important for us to understand how this information needs to be protected and when it should or shouldn’t be released.

In your organization, a document controller’s task is to ensure document security. They oversee the flow of documents across the organization. This includes ensuring that documents are created, stored, shared, and destroyed as per the company policy on document management.

As you go through the campus security authority training, you’ll learn about the requirements of the Clery Act, crimes covered under the Clery Act, which parts of the campus you need to cover, and what information you need to collect and report to your administration.

Most institutions consider CSA training as mandatory. Although there’s no certification requirement under the law, if your designated responsibilities make you a CSA, it’s recommended to go through campus security authority training.

All users of emPower elearning, receive their login credentials from their training administrators. You should have received a welcome email with instructions on how to access your CSA training.  If you cannot find your welcome email, you can ask your training team to send you a fresh email.