This Cloud Computing: An Introduction online training course introduces learners to the exciting world of cloud computing and will learn to define cloud computing. The learner will explore how cloud computing evolved, describe how businesses can benefit from cloud computing, draw attention to the risks of cloud computing, and conclude with the practicalities of its implementation.
This Information Security online training course will identify the safeguards needed to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and security of the information that employees work with. Organizations are increasingly concerned about the security of electronic information. This course will introduce key concepts and terms, identify security threats, and outline best practices for information protection.
This IT Disaster Recovery Planning: An Overview online training course is designed for employees with IT systems responsibilities. Learn about Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP) - the development and implementation of strategies, processes, and procedures designed to prevent and anticipate disruptions to an organization’s critical IT systems and infrastructure, and to restore them as quickly and completely as possible after a disruptive event or disaster.
This IT Security: Corporate Account Takeover online training course is designed for all employees who use computers and other electronic devices in the course of their work. Corporate Account Takeover (CATO) is a type of cybercrime where cybercriminals gain access to employees’ account credentials on corporate systems. In this course, employees will learn to recognize Corporate Account Takeover (CATO) attacks and take action to defend against them.
This IT Security: Credential Stuffing online training course is designed for all employees in all industries. Credential stuffing is a type of cyberattack in which user IDs and passwords obtained from a data breach on one service are used to attempt to log into another, unrelated service. Learn what credential stuffing is, the potential negative effects of a credential stuffing attack, and best practices for IT Departments and employees to prevent credential stuffing attacks.
This IT Security – It Begins with You online training course is designed for all employees who use computers and other devices to access their organizations’ systems. Learn about the main ways that cybercriminals use people to compromise systems, and what we can all do to avoid becoming victims.
This IT Security: Mobile Phone Security Awareness online training course is designed for employees who use smartphones in the course of their work. In this course, you will learn to identify smartphone security threats, how to configure your smartphone to mitigate the risks and use your smartphone in a secure way.
This IT Security: Ransomware online training course is designed for employees in all industries who work on computers. In this course, you will learn about ransomware, best practices for IT staff and other employees to prevent ransomware attacks, and recovery options in the event that your organization becomes a ransomware victim.
This Security Awareness online training course will introduce key concepts in security, and provide you with a basic understanding of the security function. This course will outline the five primary responsibilities of the security function, and review common security-related events, including crimes involving security. This course will also look at the monetary and non-monetary costs of crime.
This Social Engineering Awareness online training course is designed for all employees. The techniques that cybercriminals use have been evolving over the years. As companies become better at securing their systems, cybercriminals are increasingly turning to social engineering – manipulating people into performing actions that either compromise their computers and devices or expose personal or sensitive information. Learn to recognize the ways that criminals try to manipulate people into performing actions that either compromise their computers and devices or expose personal or sensitive information.
This Supply Chain Cybersecurity online training course is designed for Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) and IT security employees. Learn about the two types of supply chain attacks: island hopping and third-party software attacks, and how to mitigate the risks for both types of attacks within your organization and your supply chain.
This Synthetic Identity Fraud online training course is designed for employees of banks and other lending institutions. In this course, you will learn what Synthetic Identity Fraud is, how fraudsters create and use synthetic identities, and what you can do to reduce the risk of loss from this type of fraud.
Employees have an important role to play in protecting the organization's assets. Keeping individual work areas secure is a key aspect of this responsibility. This Workstation Security online training course will provide an explanation of why workstation security is important and will review best practices for workstation security for individual employees.