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The digital world is constantly changing, so it’s more important than ever to secure your tech. This superb collection will teach you how to mitigate cyber threats and secure your data from theft and corruption. Use this bite-sized content to turn the tide in the cyber security war! This collection is useful to anyone that uses any digital system in the workplace or simply for leisure activities. In short, that’s everyone!
Train yourself to keep that tech under your control and stop hackers in their tracks with our engaging, up-to-date cyber security collection. These courses cover a myriad of topics, including email security, phishing, viruses & malware, using a strong password, spoofing attacks, and special courses with clear language and no unexplained jargon designed to help keep you compliant with GDPR rules. Check out further details for our most popular courses below.
GDPR is a fairly complex subject, although the idea is straightforward. The fact is, this is one regulation that we are all affected by daily, whether you realise it or not. And so, understanding it is key. This course explains GDPR and its main points, and will help you demonstrate an understanding of the 7 core principles of data protection, identify the key tasks of a Data Protection Officer, and explain how to report a data breach, including details of what it should include.
This course offers an introduction to common types of virus and malware that cyber criminals use to gain control of your devices and steal sensitive information. It touches on the motivations behind these attacks, because understanding why they are launched gives you a better sense of the angles they come from. If you know what the attacker is trying to get you to do, you can avoid falling victim to their tricks. By following the simple guidance this training provides, you can build your defences to be solid, protecting both yourself and your organization.
This course will help you secure your personal data while you’re using the internet. The first step is to identify the most common online threats. Once you know what to look out for, you can take action to avoid those threats, and implement computer security improvements that’ll help you stay safe online.
We all love films about hacking. Like when a detective is trying to get access to a secret computer and manages to crack the code just before the criminal comes through the door. These films can be exciting. But did you know, hacking isn’t just about glamorous cases like taking over government schemes or robbing banks? Usually, it’s pretty run-of-the-mill stuff like accessing your email or your online shopping account.
Hackers and cybercriminals are always trying to find a way into your systems for their own personal gain. An obvious way in for them is through your emails. Malware sent as links or attachments could wreak havoc, as could phishing attacks, which try to con you into clicking links and giving away your data on bogus websites.
You need to be savvy when it comes to protecting your emails. A securely set up email system is your shield from these bad guys. Using passwords, encryption, and common sense, you put a metaphorical bouncer on the door and beef them up to repel attackers.
Ever heard of Phishing? We’re not talking about an angler baiting their rod and casting to see what they can hook. Oh, hang on. We sort of are. Phishing is a type of cyberattack that a criminal might use to get something from you. Personal information, money directly, or something else entirely. They lure you in and hope you bite.
Alright, it’s a lazy analogy, but it’s an appropriate one. Phishing techniques are becoming more sophisticated, and if you don’t know how to protect yourself, you too could become another victim of this fast-growing weapon in a cybercriminal’s armoury.