CyberSafe: Protecting Your Data from Security Risks
CyberSafe is a three-hour workshop for non-technical users that focuses on using technology without compromising personal or organizational security. Students will learn the skills they need to protect digital data on computers, networks, mobile devices, and the Internet. They will learn how to identify many of the common risks involved in using technology, such as phishing, spoofing, malware and social engineering, and then learn how to protect themselves and their organizations from those risks. On completion of the course, students will be prepared for the Certified CyberSafe credential, which they can obtain by completing the credential process on CyberSaftCert.com. The online credential covers 10 questions, and is included as part of the course.