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Cyber threats are constantly evolving, making it imperative for end users to be equipped with the knowledge and skills to protect themselves and their organisations from cyber-attacks. This comprehensive course on Cyber Security Awareness Training for End Users focuses on real-world scenarios to provide practical guidance and best practices for navigating the complex landscape of cybersecurity.
Modern-day theft scarcely resembles heists and burglaries of the past—it has evolved into the digital sphere, requiring us to learn new security practices alongside the old ones. In this course, learn what constitutes confidential data, why it’s important to keep it safe, and essential security best practices that include both cyberspace and physical facilities.
In this lesson, you’ll learn safe social media practices to stay connected with your social network—without giving away private information to ill-intentioned individuals. You’ll also learn how social media impacts your professional reputation.
No matter how much planning goes into a project, teams are bound to struggle if scope goes unaddressed. Scope refers to all the work that goes into completing a project, and it’s one of three primary project constraints along with time and money. Clearly defining your project’s scope will help your team produce the best quality results.
In this course we will cover the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) frameworks. The NIST 800-53 Cyber security Framework consists of three main components: the Core, Implementation Tiers, and Profiles. The Framework Core provides a set of desired cybersecurity activities and outcomes using common language that is easy to understand.
It’s a perennial dilemma: How do we make the most of the time we have? Time is both precious and fleeting, and many of us feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the day. This course will give you core strategies to tackle that problem.
The importance of mental health can’t be overstated, given that it impacts every part of our lives. Even so, we often let caring for our mental health take a back seat to other priorities. We ignore our needs until we’re burned out, isolated, or struggling with illness.
Doing the right thing means that you're acting with integrity in all that you do. But doing the right thing can become challenging when you’re faced with ambiguous and complicated ethical dilemmas, like a potential conflict of interest. That’s why you’ve been given this case study. By working through the following activities, you’ll learn how to identify potential conflicts and how to handle them when they arise.
Training is a foundational component of our Cyber Awareness Methodology, and our unique approach allows you to deliver effective cyber security education in a flexible, on-demand format that minimizes disruption to daily work routines. Here are some of the key benefits to our modules:
We benchmark, then personalise.
We know from countless training sessions that companies are 2.3 times more likely (91 percent vs 39 percent) to assess current knowledge and skills to identify gaps that training needs to address.
With this insight, they can identify employee strengths and weaknesses and develop a personalised knowledge plan to help these employees reach their potential.
We use learning techniques that appeal to multiple generations
and mirror real life.
From millennials to boomers, our training solutions are 76 percent more likely to incorporate modern techniques that make learning more engaging and effective for multiple generations. These techniques mimic real-world applications like Google, Facebook and YouTube.
We make learning agile and continuous.
Instead of approaching training with a “one and done” mindset, best-in-class organisations view learning as an ongoing process that is woven into each workday.
They know change is the only constant, so they are 37.5 percent (33 percent vs. 24 percent) more likely to keep employee knowledge agile in order to respond to shifting priorities.
One way they are doing this is by leveraging modern learning technologies that allow content to be changed on the fly, ensure it can be pushed out to employees immediately, and also enable employees to pull it when they need a quick reference.