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Types of Scams, Enhanced Password Protection, Encryption and CyberAwareness Policy.
What you’ll learn
Learn the different types of scams.
Learn the tactics used by scammers and hackers to convince their victims into given up confidential information.
Identify how to empower the human element to be cybersafe and cybersmart.
Learn from real examples and situations that could help prevent you from making the same mistakes.
Useful Tips and Recommendations to put into practice on the web, social media and at work.
A Web-Based Security Awareness Program is all about making the Human element less vulnerable and more proactive. With AI on the rise, humans have to start investing in learning and improving our layer of cybersecurity. The human layer is the largest layer in the cybersecurity world, and yet it is the most vulnerable. Why? Because we are imperfect humans and we make mistakes. I didn’t know – is one of the most dangerous expressions there is when it comes to cybersecurity: It is our obligation as employees, parents, shoppers, and business owners to know and if we don’t know, learn. Digital risk is on the rise and we have to armor up to face the challenges that await us all in this digital landscape.
What you’ll learn in this course:
Types of Scams
1. Branded and Phone scams
2. Chat scams
3. Web scams
4. Phishing scams
5. Email scams
6. Elderly scams
Enhanced Password Protection
1) Use secure and unique passwords.
2) Don’t save your passwords on the browser.
3) Password Notebook.
4) Turn on two-factor authentication
5) Turn on Multi-factor authentication
6) Be Creative with your recovery questions.
Update Apps and Software
A. Perform routine checks, backup your data, and read cybersecurity tips.
B. Remove apps you don’t use, secure your mobile devices, and install an antivirus and scan for viruses regularly.
Safeguard and Encrypt
a) Avoid free wifi
b) Be smart on social media
c) Install an SSL/TLS Certificate.
d) Install anti-malware software
Cybersecurity is not a romantic topic and sometimes we have no idea what it is about. In this course, you’ll learn cybersecurity using simple, digestible words and Zero jargon.
Sign Up now and start this adventure with me. Your basic Cybersecurity Awareness Training.
Who this course is for:
People interested in learning basic cybersecurity tips to help protect themselves and those around them.
Online shoppers who want to learn about ways to identify scammers and scams.
Employees who want to learn how to identify cyber criminal tactics and how to avoid cyberthreats.
Employers who want to educate their employees about cybersecurity practices.
Business owners who want to learn how to protect their websites and protect their customers data.
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