CyberSecurity: It’s Only as Strong as Your Weakest Link
Open Enrollment Course Dates: 10/31, 12/11
Delivery: Instructor Led/Group Live
End users are not able to stay ahead of modern cyber threats on their own. Any company, from large to small, is susceptible to being hacked and exploited. The damage is is costly and many times severe. Ill-prepared end users are the #1 vulnerability.
The CyberSecurity Awareness Training for the End User course is developed for the end user, is non-technical, and recommended for anyone within an organization. You will learn how to identify best practices and fundamentals of information security; identify vulnerabilities and threats; defend personal and workplace data; review laws, standards and regulations.
Protecting your personal and workplace data is as crucial as protecting your bank account. Hackers, identity thieves and malicious programs roam the Internet searching for easy targets. Learn the fundamentals of information security including key principles, concepts, vulnerabilities, threats and how to counter them. By mastering the information presented in this course you will be able to defend your personal and workplace data from malicious threats. This course will also incorporate aspects of physical security along with laws, standards, and regulations such as PCI, SOX, GLBA, HIPAA, HITECH, FISMA, and Red Flag are incorporated into the training.
Highlights: Password management; Viruses and malware; Mobile data; Physical security; Social engineering; Phishers; Acceptable use policies; Incident response; Security services; Risk management; Network eavesdropping; Encryption; Malware; Backups; Protecting your home computer; Identity theft; Cyber Insurance.
Cancellation Policy: 5 working days for full refund. Cancellations after that time are charged full tuition for the course.
For more information regarding refund, concerns, and/or program cancellation policies please contact our offices at 919-878-7100 ext. 22
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