Training for Consultants, Professionals & Micro-Businesses

In by Roland Hedges

Expertise Level: Beginner to intermediate – no previous knowledge required


What a cyber security breach could do to your business:

 

  • Sensitive customer data stolen and exploited
  • Targeted scams plundering your finances
  • Ransomware file encryption & extortion
  • Trust broken & reputation ruined
  • Confidential assets stolen & exploited
  • System data wiped by malicious attacks

As cyber crime evolves the only effective way to prevent most security breaches is by everyone following best-practices. These come from individual training and ongoing support.


This interactive e-learning course is designed for the particular challenges faced by:

Consultants, professionals & micro-business owners who are personally responsible for the sensitive data in their organisation.

It helps them to:

Focus on their own cybersecurity and to help in reducing cyber-security risk throughout their operations.

Included in this course:

 

  • 14 interactive modules across 3 lessons.
  • Each module is 5 to 10 minutes long
  • All knowledge areas for cyber security at work.
  • Lessons completed at your own pace.
  • If interrupted, return to any module later.
  • Optional knowledge challenges for certification.
On completing this course you will be better able to:

 

  • Understand & use secure passwords
  • Avoid targeted scams before they strike
  • Avoid ransomware encryption & extortion
  • Recall correct data handling & destruction
  • Spot the psychological tricks criminals use
  • See & avoid being targeted socially
  • Enhance the physical security of your devices
  • Block data breaches on mobile devices
  • Maintain security outside the office
  • See how social info can be used against you
  • See how insider-threats can compromise you
  • Understand what malware is & does
  • Identify and not fall for malicious links
  • Surf the web avoiding malicious activity

 

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Course Content

Lessons Status
1

Threat Awareness For Everyday Events Topics: Ransomware, malicious links, malware, surfing the web

2

Protecting Customers Data & Your Companies Assets Against Targeted Attacks Topics: Social engineering, spear phishing, BEC scams.

3

Practical Day-To-Day Best Practices For Better Security Topics: Passwords, data protection, physical security, mobile devices, security outside the office.