Cyber Security: Full Frontal Assault – Threats, Vulnerabilities, & Countermeasures
Open Enrollment Course Dates: 10/12, 11/20, 12/19
This course is non-technical but developed for the everyday user. It is recommended for anyone within an organization that has physical access, technical access, and use of an organization’s data resources.
Often, cyber security training and development courses focus on the hands-on usage and best practices of desktops, laptops, and Personal Digital Assistants (mobile devices). This course will focus on electronic devices and best practices, but is unique since we will also cover best practices for your physical facilities and also how to recognize different methods of on-site social engineering that are used to penetrate an organization.
Learn the fundamentals of cyber security including best practices, key principles, and concepts around electronic attacks, physical facilities attacks, and social engineering attacks. Protecting your workplace and personal data is more crucial than ever as hackers are using all methods available as technology advances. As a result, hackers are attacking organizations from all fronts and we must be prepared and recognize all hacking approaches.
By mastering the information presented in this course you and your organization will be able to quickly recognize individual and coordinated attacks on your organization and your data assets.
Highlights: Social engineering; Penetration methods recognition; Facilities protection; Password management; Viruses and malware; Mobile data and devices; Phishers; Best practices; Incident response; Security services; Risk management; Encryption; Malware; Backups; Protecting your home computer; Identity theft; Cyber Insurance; Recommended written policy and procedure