In addition to teaching you some important skills for todays working world, this course is suitable for those undertaking Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
A course covering the basics of cyber security for anyone working in an organisation.
In less than 1 hour employees and workers will have the knowledge to protect themselves and the business from harm online.
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All courses at The Method Academy are designed to be easy to understand for people who work in businesses or organisations.
Our method of splitting the subject down into easy to understand topics is a great way to ensure success is delivered!
The content in this course is based upon proven techniques which have been used in real businesses and other organisations.
Once they have completed this course, employees and knowledge workers will have the information to protect themselves and the business from being harmed online.
All workers will understand the risks involved in being online in today’s business world and in particular, when working from home. Remote working brings additional risks and these are explained in the course.
Knowledge workers are people who use computers, laptops, smart phones or tablets to complete their work. They are the most exposed to hackers, malware, phishing and social engineering.
This course will make a big difference to preventing these issues, making employees aware of them and what to do in the event of an attack.
After you complete this course you will understand what online threats are out there and be fully aware of the areas of greatest risk. Also, you will be able to take action in order to protect yourself and the organisation you work for.
Remember, this will not just help you in your working life, but the cyber threats are equally relevant if you are online shopping or on social media.
The course covers the following topics and can be taken on a desktop or laptop computer, or a tablet such as iPad.
- Impact of cyber crime
- Legislation (Cyber Security Law)
- Web browsing
- Mobile devices
- Social media
- Security incidents
- Email practices
- Social engineering
- Remote working
- Malicious software