Would you know what to do if your organisation experienced a cyber incident? Do you know how to identify potential cybersecurity risks?
Cybersecurity has been designed to help workers detect a cyber attack and learn how they can help prevent attacks occurring. It also provides workers with the steps they should take after a cyber attack occurs.
Taking a unique approach to learning, Cybersecurity offers workers the opportunity to experience a cyber incident and its aftermath through the eyes of a cyber criminal. This allows them to experience the organisational risks posed by cyber incidents and see firsthand the importance of putting in place effective protection and response mechanisms.
This course covers the following topics:
- virus risks
- data breaches
- financial exposure
- cybersecurity awareness.
On completing this course, learners should be able to:
- identify which laws are relevant to cyber security
- describe their obligations to protect personal information
- identify the financial and organisational cost of cyber attacks
- identify the types of events that are considered cyber attacks
- report potential cyber risks to the appropriate people in their organisation
- identify actions that will protect themselves and their organisation against cyber attacks.
By implementing this course, your organisation can:
- help to limit cyber attacks occurring
- minimise the negative business consequences of a cyber attack
- ensure cyber attacks are dealt with efficiently and correctly
- protect its brand and reputation from the negative media attention that can result from a cyber attack
- assist workers to mitigate the risk of cyber attacks.
The content contained in this course is suitable for:
- workers across all industries
- workers at all levels of an organisation
- workers in the private and public sectors.
This course should take about 30 minutes to complete.