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Karte 76.2 ZitierfähigEvaluating training effectiveness2008-08-30

Evaluating training effectiveness is a vital step to ensure that the training delivered is meaningful.
Training is “meaningful” only when it meets the needs of both the student (employee) and the
organization. If training content is incorrect, outdated, or inappropriate for the audience, the
training will not meet student or organizational needs. If the delivery vehicle (e.g., classroom or
computer-based training) is inappropriate, either in relation to the simplicity/complexity of the
content or to the type of audience—or if there is an inadequate mix of vehicles in an agency’s
overall training program—the training will not meet needs. Spending time and resources on
training that does not achieve desired effects can reinforce, rather than dispel, the perception of
security as an obstacle to productivity. Further, it can require the expenditure of far more
resources in data or system recovery after a security incident occurs than would have been spent
in prevention activities.

Quelle: Mark Wilson and Dorothea E. de Zafra and Sadie I. Pitcher and John D. Tressler and John B. Ippolito (2003) : Information Technology Security Training Requirements: A Role- and Performance-Based Model (S. 157)        
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Siehe auch: Awareness; Sicherheit; Verhalten; Lernen; Training; Evaluation; Effektivität;
Kollokationsgraphen:Awareness; Sicherheit; Verhalten; Lernen; Training; Evaluation; Effektivität;
Literatur:Awareness; Sicherheit; Verhalten; Lernen; Training; Evaluation; Effektivität;

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