No matter your role within your workplace, you play a vital part in preventing cyber security incidents. This course will greatly increase your awareness of Given guidance in actions to take if risks do materialise risks and provide you with simple and effective information to give you confidence in spotting and preventing these risks materialising.
By the end of this course delegates will:
- Understand common cyber risks, their potential impacts on businesses and how they materialise
- Review examples of cyber risks materialising
- Understand the key topics, red flags and best practice in relation to preventing cyber risks materialising
- Be signposted to further useful sources of information
- Be assessed on the to ensure, and re-enforce, competency on the course content
- Define a cyber risk
- The perpetrators and their motives
- Dispelling Cyber security misconceptions
- The role employees play
Common Cyber Risks
- Social Engineering
- Spear Phishing
- Business Email Compromise
- Data Breaches
Impact of Cyber Attacks
- What are the impacts of successful cyber-attacks?
- Examples such as - Online banking fraud, Ransomware & Business email compromise
- The importance of passwords
- What are the risks to passwords?
- What happens when they are compromised?
- Password bad habits
- Password best practice
- Did you know, the 419 scam and why email is like a letter?
- What are the threats?
- Red flags- what to look out for?
- Browser security - Best practice
Company and Personal Data
- How is it used against us?
- What is out there and where?
- Steps to take minimise data loss?
- Software security
- Physical security
- Device and physical security
- Wireless networks
- Mobile devices
- Shoulder surfing
What to do when it goes wrong?
- Plan for the worst - training and processes
- What actions should you consider taking?
- Discussion of some useful resources available to delegates
- Any additional questions?
- 15 mins multiple-choice assessment