Cyber Risk Awareness and Data Protection
Cyber Security, data protection, information privacy.
Cyber Risk Awareness training is critical for the entire enterprise because of the growing risk to our confidential information. Our trade secrets. Our proprietary data. Our protected health information. Our personally identifiable information. Information that cyber criminals are working diligently to steal from our computers and devices. And while technical walls are important, from top to bottom, our behaviors are an even more important part of our cyber defense. We all have our own online behaviors, and most of us are totally unaware of the cyber dangers around us. Simply, we are the weak points in our cyber defenses. And as the number of our co-workers increases, so do the opportunities for cyber criminals have to break into our networks, spread malware across our enterprises, and steal our confidential information.
And the most efficient way to mitigate these risks is with enterprise-wide awareness and guidance.
Module 1 – Fundamentals of Cyber Awareness to Reduce Cyber Risks
Cyber-crime is growing fast! More and more criminals are exploiting the speed, convenience, and anonymity of the Internet to commit a diverse range of criminal activities that know no borders, neither physical nor virtual. There are no organizations or people in the world who are impervious to the threat of cyber-crime. The success of our cyber-defense depends upon what we do, or fail to do, with our computers and devices. It can happen to anyone at any time. And if it happens, victims can lose everything; business secrets, intellectual property, identities, life savings, and everything in between. With this module, we will provide you with the right online behaviors to substantially reduce your risk of being victimized by cyber-criminals.
Module 2 - Cyber Threat Awareness for the Business Traveler
We are increasingly reliant on our portable electronic devices for timely access to digital information while travelling. But, at the same time, when we're on the road, we are more vulnerable than ever. And cyber-criminals know this. They rely upon our vulnerabilities as they stalk us through airports and hotels. All business and personal travelers need to appreciate the enhanced cyber risks they face on the road, and know what to do to reduce those risks.