- Introduction & Course Objectives
- Identifying the Need for Security
What are network security threats, and what is the discrepancy between active and passive attacks? Today’s lesson is about identifying the need for security. We will look at network vulnerabilities, the difference between threats, malware, vulnerability and risks, and discover ways to identify network security threats.
- Securing Devices
We’ve all heard that passwords like “123456” or “P@ssword” are the worst things to choose when protecting ourselves online. What exactly are the advantages of passwords and biometric security? Why do we use antivirus software? This lesson answers those questions plus explores blocking ads and enhancing software features with the lates security patches.
- Risk of Network Attacks
Do you know the risks of network attacks? After this lesson, you understand common network security risks, the scale and impact of industrial espionage, and network disruption and resilience.
- Securing Managing Wireless Devices
Learn how to implement security on a wireless network, use cloud-based tools to manage a network, and minimise the risks to your wireless network.
- Securing Web, Email and Social Networking
In this lesson, you will know how creating security awareness for employees helps reduce risk in the workplace. You’ll understand why businesses need security awareness training, and the importance of encrypting sensitive data.
- Applying Physical Security on Devices
Apply password-protect and understand the benefits of its use on your device, backup data using cloud services, and the different tracking software processes
- Protecting Your Data
There are countless videos and documentaries online about the impact of social media on personal information and behaviours, yet there are still hundreds of millions of people logging in and checking their phones multiple times a day without protecting themselves. From a security perspective, we all need to learn the dangers that lurk on social media. Understand how social media could be used to gather intelligence on you by hackers, explore phishing emails and learn how to identify an authentic WiFi network.
- Conclude & Follow Up Process
- Course Content
- Intended Audience
- Method of Delivery
- Additional Course Details & Info
- Related Consultancy
This Internet and Cyber Safety Fundamentals Live Webinar is for anyone who wants to learn more about security, privacy, and anonymity. Leaners will develop essential cyber security knowledge and skills, participants will learn how you can better protect your digital life.
Classroom based, instructor lead, practical hands on course.
Internet and Cyber Safety Fundamentals
This Internet and Cyber Safety Fundamentals Live Webinar will provide learners with essential cyber security knowledge and skills, and help you learn how you can better protect your digital life.
Awarding Body: Optima Training & Consulting Ltd
National Framework of Qualifications Level: N/a
Certification: Optima Training & Consulting Ltd Certificate of Completion
Minimum age- 18 years old
Minimum English requirements: Leaners must be able to understand and convey the concepts contained in the programme content.
Assessment Details: Class Interaction
Cost Per Person:
The fee is inclusive of all training courseware materials, certificate of completion and 3 months after training support.
Progression Opportunities: Please see related courses
Protection for Enrolled Students: N/A
Should a course not proceed, any payment received will be refunded within 48 hours