I'm hoping someone might be able to point me in the right direction.
I work for a local government IT department. Our users have a huge variance in terms of IT awareness and skills - everyone from regional park rangers and dog control officers who are out in the field 95% of the time and rarely touch emails to finance and procurement staff in our main offices who are quite IT-savvy.
We have an Office365 implementation, with Delve turned on. Delve has highlighted for us that there is a lack of understanding within elements of our user base about file/folder permissions and personal IT security best practices. So I'm looking around for tools-agnostic resources (videos, web pages, documents) that I can share with my users that describe:
-What permissions are
-Why users need to be mindful of them/why they are important
Any hints and tips would really be appreciated (as well as more abstract advice about how to educate non-IT users about file/folder security) :)