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Cyber Security

Explore the world of Cyber Security and develop the skills to stay safe

After completion of this course, the candidate will be able to cover the following..

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  • Enhanced Digital Security:

The online course on Cyber Security enhances learners’ ability to protect their digital assets. They gain skills to identify and mitigate cyber threats, safeguarding personal and organizational information from unauthorized access and data breaches.

  •  Improved Awareness of Cyber Risks:

The course focuses on raising awareness of cyber risks. Learners acquire knowledge of common threats, such as phishing and malware, enabling them to recognize potential dangers and take proactive measures to prevent cyber attacks.

  • Increased Personal Privacy:

Cyber Security training promotes personal privacy. Learners gain techniques to secure their online presence, protect sensitive information, and maintain control over their digital identity, enhancing their privacy and reducing the risk of identity theft.

  •  Effective Data Protection:

The course emphasizes data protection strategies. Learners develop skills to encrypt data, establish secure backups, and implement robust access controls, ensuring the confidentiality and integrity of sensitive data.

  •  Enhanced Online Banking and Shopping Security:

Cyber Security training provides skills for secure online banking and shopping. Learners gain knowledge of secure transaction practices, identify secure websites, and protect financial information, ensuring safe online transactions.

  • Improved Password Management:

The course focuses on effective password management. Learners gain techniques to create strong and unique passwords, employ password managers, and implement multi-factor authentication, reducing the risk of unauthorized access to accounts.

  • Increased Organizational Security:

Cyber Security training enhances organizational security. Learners develop skills to identify vulnerabilities, implement security protocols, and educate employees on cyber risks, enhancing the overall security posture of organizations.

  • Enhanced Detection of Cyber Threats:

The course emphasizes the detection of cyber threats. Learners acquire knowledge of common indicators of compromise, analyze network traffic, and employ intrusion detection techniques, enabling them to identify and respond to cyber threats promptly.

  • Improved Incident Response:

Cyber Security training focuses on incident response strategies. Learners gain skills to handle security incidents, contain threats, and restore systems, minimizing the impact of cyber attacks and facilitating quick recovery.

  • Effective Mobile Device Security:

The course provides techniques for securing mobile devices. Learners gain skills to protect smartphones and tablets from malware, secure mobile connections, and employ remote wipe capabilities, ensuring the security of mobile data.

  •  Enhanced Understanding of Social Engineering Attacks:

Cyber Security training enhances learners’ understanding of social engineering attacks. They gain knowledge of tactics used by attackers to manipulate individuals, enabling them to recognize and resist social engineering attempts effectively.

  •  Improved Security Awareness:

The course emphasizes security awareness among learners. They gain knowledge of best practices, such as avoiding suspicious links and practicing safe browsing, leading to increased awareness and a proactive security mindset.

  • Increased Compliance with Data Protection Regulations:

Cyber Security training focuses on compliance with data protection regulations. Learners gain understanding of legal and regulatory requirements, ensuring adherence to privacy laws and avoiding penalties associated with data breaches.

  • Enhanced Network Security:

The course provides techniques for network security. Learners gain skills to configure firewalls, implement secure Wi-Fi networks, and monitor network traffic, enhancing the security of organizational networks and data.

  •  Improved Email Security:

Cyber Security training emphasizes email security. Learners acquire knowledge of email phishing techniques, employ email filtering, and recognize suspicious email characteristics, reducing the risk of falling victim to email-based attacks.

  • Effective Cloud Security:

The course focuses on securing cloud-based environments. Learners gain techniques to protect cloud data, manage access controls, and implement encryption, ensuring the security of sensitive information stored in the cloud.

  • Enhanced Ethical Hacking Skills:

Cyber Security training promotes ethical hacking skills. Learners develop knowledge of penetration testing techniques, enabling them to identify vulnerabilities and recommend security improvements within systems and networks.

  • Increased Cybersecurity Career Opportunities:

Proficiency in cyber security opens doors to career opportunities. Learners who demonstrate excellence in cyber security become valuable assets to organizations and can pursue roles such as cybersecurity analysts, consultants, or incident responders, enhancing their career prospects.

  •  Improved Business Continuity:

Cyber Security training contributes to business continuity. Learners gain skills to develop disaster recovery plans, implement backup solutions, and maintain operational resilience, ensuring that organizations can recover quickly from cyber incidents.

  • Protection Against Online Threats:

The course provides overall protection against online threats. Learners gain comprehensive knowledge of cyber risks, security best practices, and protective measures, enabling them to navigate the digital landscape with confidence and protect themselves from online threats.

Cyber Security Modules

In this course, you will get 12 Modules which are describing all aspects greatly

  •  Module One: Getting Started
  1. Workshop Objectives
  • Module Two: Cybersecurity Fundamentals
  1. What is Cyberspace?
  2. What is Cybersecurity?
  3. Why is Cybersecurity Important?
  4. What is a Hacker?
  5. Case Study
  • Module Three: Types Of Malware
  1. Worms
  2. Viruses
  3. Spyware
  4. Trojans
  5. Case Study
  • Module Four: Cyber Security Breaches
  1. Phishing
  2. Identity Theft
  3. Harassment
  4. Cyber Stalking
  5. Case Study
  • Module Five: Types Of Cyber Attacks
  1. Password Attacks
  2. Denial of Service Attacks
  3. Passive Attack
  4. Penetration Testing
  5. Case Study
  • Module Six: Prevention Tips
  1. Craft a Strong Password
  2. Two-Step Verification
  3. Download Attachments with Care
  4. Question Legitimacy of Websites
  5. Case Study
  • Module Seven: Mobile Protection
  1. No Credit Card Numbers
  2. Place Lock on Phone
  3. Don’t Save the Passwords
  4. No Personalized Contacts Listed
  5. Case Study
  • Module Eight: Social Network Security
  1. Don’t Reveal the Location
  2. Keep Birthdate Hidden
  3. Have a Private Profile
  4. Don’t Link Accounts
  5. Case Study
  • Module Nine: Prevention Software
  1. Firewalls
  2. Virtual Private Networks
  3. Antivirus & Antispyware
  4. Routine Updates
  5. Case Study
  • Module Ten: Critical Cyber Threats
  1. Critical Cyber Threats
  2. Cyber Terrorism
  3. Cyberwarfare
  4. Cyber Espionage
  5. Case Study
  • Module Eleven: Defense Against Hackers
  1. Cryptography
  2. Digital Forensics
  3. Intrusion Detection
  4. Legal Recourse
  5. Case Study
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Be Creative with Quizes

Each Module is finishing with its quiz & hence you will get to review your Modules in the form of 100 questions.

  • Module Two Review Questions
  1. Cyberspace refers to which of the following:
  2. What is an item that is included in cyberspace?
  3. Why is cybersecurity implemented?
  4. Cybersecurity helps control physical access to and prevents danger that may come in from:
  5. What type of information is NOT secure information that is likely to be compromised in a data security breach?
  6. What is the main purpose of computer sabotage?
  7. Why do “grey hat” hackers typically hack into computers?
  8. Why do “white hat” hackers typically hack into computers?
  9. What type of business are Patrick and Willow opening?
  10. Does Willow think they need security for their computers? What is her reasoning?
  • Module Three Review Questions
  1. How do worms work?
  2. Which of the following does not list as the damage that worms can cause?
  3. When can infected files infect other computers?
  4. Which of the following does not list as damage that viruses can cause?
  5. Spyware is commonly used to bombard the user with:
  6. Which of the following does the lesson not list as the damage that Spyware can cause?
  7. How do Trojans gain access to computers?
  8. Which of the following does the lesson NOT list as damage that Trojans can cause?
  9. What do many employees at XYZ Company notice about their computers?
  10. What does Harry say has happened to his computer?
  • Module Four Review Questions
  1. How do phishing scam criminals attract their victims?
  2. What is not one of the ways phishing uses individuals’ information?
  3. What quote is mentioned in the “Identity Theft” lesson?
  4. Of the following, which is not mentioned in the “Identity Theft” lesson as a way to help prevent identity theft?
  5. What is the first thing to do when you discover you have been a victim of cyberbullying?
  6. What is the characteristic of cyberbullying?
  7. What does the lesson mention on how cyberstalking is punishable?
  8. What is missing in the “Cyberstalking” lesson as an anti-stalking tip?
  9. Receiving an email that says, “We suspect an unauthorized transaction on your account. To ensure that your account is not compromised, please click the link below and confirm your identity”, is MOST likely characteristic of what?
  10. What does Emily tell Paula about the email she received?
  • Module Five Review Questions
  1. You should create a password that is:
  2. What should your password include?
  3. What is a denial of service attack?
  4. Which of the following is not mentioned in the Denial of Service Attack lesson as the damage that denial of service attacks can cause?
  5. What is the purpose of a passive attack?
  6. Passive attacks relate to:
  7. What is penetration testing used for?
  8. Which of these is discussed in the “Penetration Testing” lesson as a reason that companies implement such testing?
  9. Kurt’s password will consist of:
  10. Receiving a large amount of spam mail and being locked out of the system after putting in the correct password, but not given access are characteristic of which of the following?
  • Module Six Review Questions
  1. What is the best way to store a password?
  2. When is it best to use one password for all of your accounts?
  3. In the “Two-Step Verification” lesson, which of these is mentioned as something that one can use for authentication purposes?
  4. The “Two-Step Verification” lesson states which of these can be used to confirm an individual’s identity.
  5. What is true of an email attachment with an extension of .doc?
  6. What is a way to protect yourself when it comes to opening attachments?
  7. Opening a website that appears to be legitimate but is a spoof can do all of the following, except:
  8. Which of these is not mentioned as a precautionary measure to avoid opening a spoof website?
  9. What does Ann tell the trainees about why the company has a two-step verification process?
  10. Who asks about the company’s policy on opening email attachments?
  • Module Seven Review Questions
  1. Credit card numbers:
  2. What is a way to safeguard credit card information that you must store on your phone?
  3. When setting up a lock on your phone that can be opened with a password:
  4. To create a strong password, it should have:
  5. What should be your backup method if you cannot remember your password?
  6. The “Don’t Save Passwords” lesson states that passwords should be secured where?
  7. What is the name of the person in the contact list?
  8. What was the job title of the person in the contact list?
  9. What does Delores want to save on her phone?
  10. What does Delores and Earl’s manager encourage them to do?
  • Module Eight Review Questions
  1. What is the MOST effective thing to do if a social media site requires you to put in your address?
  2. Which of these is NOT mentioned in the “Don’t Reveal Location” lesson of potential things that can happen as a result of inputting your real location?
  3. If your birthday is visible on your account, what part of it should you not include?
  4. The first sentence of the “Keep Birthdate Hidden” lesson says, “Giving away your birthday seems like a ______ act…”
  5. Which of these is not there in “Have Private Profile” as one of the common social media platforms used?
  6. Of the following, which is not a part of “Have Private Profile” as a common social media website?
  7. You should:
  8. Which of these is not listed as a reason to not to link your social media accounts?
  9. Who wants to link their personal and business social media accounts?
  10. Who is responsible for setting up and managing the candy shop’s social media account?
  • Module Nine Review Questions
  1. Which of the following are two types of firewalls?
  2. What are firewalls designed to do?
  3. An example of using a VPN is a company that gives its employees an access to its Intranet while not inside the office. What type of VPN is this?
  4. Of the following, which is an actual VPN protocol?
  5. What are threats that Anti-Virus software protects against?
  6. Which of these companies offers Anti-Virus and Anti-Spyware software?
  7. Which of these is typically the MOST complicated update to install?
  8. How often do operating systems release updates?
  9. Greg says that they should invest in:
  10. What is Greg concerned about?
  • Module Ten Review Questions
  1. According to the “Critical Cyber Threats” lesson, which of these is mentioned as critical infrastructure?
  2. Which of the following is NOT listed in “Critical Cyber Threats” as a type of critical infrastructure?
  3. In the white supremacist example of cyberterrorism, what state’s ISP disabled temporarily?
  4. In the Institute for Global Communications Cyber terrorism example, protesters from what country bombarded the institute with thousands of bogus emails?
  5. In the Cyberwarfare examples, in 1998, the United States hacked into what country’s air defense system?
  6. In 2009, a cyber-spy network called ___________ accessed confidential information belonging to both governmental and private organizations.
  7. In one of the examples in the “Cyber espionage” lesson, an unnamed government official told the Wall Street Journal that the cyber-spies from which countries had broken into computer systems?
  8. In late March, Canadian researchers revealed that a cyber-spy network based in what country had broken into diplomatic computer systems involving 103 different countries?
  9. In the case study, what’s the name of the business that is receiving threats?
  10. What is Martha concerned about?
  • Module Eleven Review Questions
  1. What is cryptography?
  2. Which of these is not an encryption method mentioned in the “Cryptography” lesson?
  3. The “Digital Forensics” lesson says that who collects and analyzes the data is the:
  4. In the Sharon Lopatka example in the “Digital Forensics” lesson, who was the person who murdered her?
  5. What is not a question that the “Intrusion Detection” lesson states that one must ask before investing in an IDS?
  6. Which of these companies is mentioned as a manufacturer of IDSs?
  7. The majority of computer hacking crimes are punishable under:
  8. The “Legal Recourse” lesson states there are penalties for committing the following offenses involving computer:
  9. What method of defense does Frank say they should consider?
  10. What do intrusion detection systems do?

  • What is the requirement for this course?

The course is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about the subject matter, and there are no specific entry requirements to enroll.

  • What much Time I need to Spend for completion of this course?

The course is divided into different modules, with an average study time ranging from 20 to 90 minutes per module as per your convenience. While you have the flexibility to allocate your preferred amount of time to each module, after buying you will have lifetime access to the course so you can log in and out of the course as per your schedule.

  • When and Where I can Study this Course?

You can study this course at any time and anywhere of your choice, you have the convenience of logging in and out of the web-based course as often as you need. The course is compatible with all devices, including computers, tablets, and smartphones, allowing you to study even while on the go.

  • How I can Pay for this Couse?

To make a payment for this course, you have the option to use several payment methods including Visa, MasterCard, and PayPal account. The website employs the latest SSL encryption technology to ensure that your payment details are kept safe and secure. All payments are processed securely by PayPal, providing an added layer of protection for your peace of mind.

  • How soon I can have access to the course material?

You will have access to the course immediately after you make the payment. You will receive email confirmation of payment at the same time with full access to the course material.

  • Can I earn a Certificate at the end of the course?

That’s Right! At the completion of the course, we will earn a Professional Certificate that can be a valuable addition to your career and personal achievements. This certificate will serve as evidence of the knowledge and skills you have gained through the course, and can help you demonstrate your expertise to current or potential employers.

  • What is the validity of the Certificate?

Certificate is your achievement, which will remain with you forever. It doesn’t have any expiry or need any renewal. Enjoy the Course and Good Luck.

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Learning Outcomes

Participant after enrolling into the course, will be able to:

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Understand different types of malware and Security Breaches

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Learn the types of Cyber-attacks to look out for

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Develop effective prevention methods

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