End User Security Awareness
 
How do you keep your business safe from Cyber threats you take a bunch of cash and get to the security guys to get as much as they can? Maybe you take your most sensitive data put it somewhere else to keep it safe or your small business maybe you think that these things only happen to big companies. Computer and Cyber attacks are on the news more and more and we’re finding that a lot of these attacks were happening against small businesses some of us can afford the high-priced tools by professionals that were told we need to keep our business safe even when we have these tools a lot of threats still slip by why? Well an employee sitting at the computer or sometimes inadvertently do everything that hurts our security choosing weak passwords clicking on malicious emails installing bad software all the things that help the bad guys get around our security so what do we need to do to stop this from happening? Introducing our End User Security Awareness course
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The most important piece in a secure business is the user, that is the person actually sitting at the keyboard and mouse they might not be purposely trying to help the bad guys. The truth is most of them are thinking about other things and they just don’t know how to stay safe so what we’re going to do is teach them that even in a small business knowing and practicing simple security measures can be more effective than the expensive tools in a large business they are affected even greater when there’s more people who don’t understand security practices there’s more room for bad things to happen but when those more people do understand security practices they act safer report more in keep the business better protected. This may sound complicated but the concept and the content is really simple yet very effective. it’s an entire course with modules designed to teach the average person basic security if you want to add your own material for them we can do that too. Users take short quizzes to make sure they actually learn something and they get a certificate to show off when they’re done. Everyone uses technology every day but to many of us don’t know how to use it to stay safe. Let’s stop thinking about Cybersecurity as an expensive and complicated tools and let’s start focusing on the person at the keyboard. It’s time we all know how to more secure
 
Overview

 
Secure Your Enterprise with Continually Updated Security Awareness Training designed to be easily consumable, engaging and entertaining, our End User Security Awareness training course helps organizations mitigate the prime threat that their networks and data protection face, their employee’s usage.
It is widely known that employees are not able to remain well enough aware about the state of the threat landscape, as they are too busy with their day to day productivity. This easy to follow course helps your employees to be equipped with the best practices, do’s and don’ts surrounding organizational security and data protection. Both conceptual and procedural lessons are implemented so that employees are both aware of the threats around them and trained to react to those threats. This course is professional, engaging, interactive and informative.
 
Topics in Our Security Awareness Class Include:
 
    

  • What Is Cybersecurity?
    • Why is this something I should learn? What is my private data? What is PII? Why do people want this?
    • Keeping your private info private (Confidentiality)
    • Making sure your data can’t be changed (Integrity)
    • Having access to your data even though it is secure (Accessibility)
  • What is Social Engineering?
    • Human weaknesses and lack of knowledge is the main target of Security threats
    • Develop a healthy skepticism on the computer
    • Knowing potential targets will help protect your information
    • Scams and what to do when they happen
  • Emails and Links
    • Phishing
    • Bad links
    • Case study
  • Basics of Online Security
    • Never share secure information or PII over insecure channels
      • Http vs. Https
      • Check for website clones
      • Browser security features
    • Log out when you are done
    • Risk Factors
      • Social Media
      • Online Banking
      • Online Purchasing
      • Any sites which request your information
    • Keeping your public information private (Social Media)
      • Almost Everything online is permanent
      • Use good judgment in what to share online
  
 
    

  • Password Security
  • What is malware and what does it do
  • What am I up against?
    • Zombies & Botnets
    • Script Kiddies
    • Hacking tools
  • Basic Computer Security Settings
    • Disable guest and account permissions
    • Strong Password
    • Updates
    • Virus Protection
    • Firewall
    • Regular Backups
  • Network Security
    • Home network security
    • Home Wi-Fi Security
    • Public Network Security
    • ​VPN’s
  • Physical Security
    • Locking your devices up
    • Securing USB devices, using encryption
  • Mobile Device Security
    • Tablets and Phones are vulnerable
    • Securing your data
    • The dangers of rooting
  • Something went wrong…now what?
    • Scams (contact authorities, SSN Hold, Contact Bank, etc)
    • Compromised Password / Hijacked account
    • Infected Computer