Often the simplest way to hack into an organisation is by targeting its employees. Many people are vulnerable because they mistakenly believe they are not a target for a cyber-attack and that their information or computer has no value. In fact, both these assumptions are untrue. In addition to the monetary value of the device itself, a computer can also hold information that hackers are able to take advantage of in order to access work-related business systems and the sensitive data held by their companies for these reasons, you are one of the cyber criminal’s primary targets. This course creates an awareness of the threat and the measures that can be taken to prevent you from becoming a victim of a cyber-attack. This ‘Are you the target’ e-learning course is suitable for anyone working at home or remote from an office environment
What’s Covered on the Course?
- Explains why you are the target.
- Explains how you are targeted.
- Explores the risks to business systems when a personal computer has been hacked.
- Explains how to create a cyber secure experience.
- Explains how to recognise when you have been hacked.
- Provides training so that the learn will know what to do when hacked.
The course is presented via an easy-to-use interface which is retina friendly, engaging, interactive and has a fresh modern style. The course can be accessed using (PC, Tablet or Mac), and the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Edge, please note that Pop-up may need to be enabled. The content complies with subject related standards and has an associated online knowledge assessment the successful completion of which results in a Certificate of Achievement that is certified by TQA and carries unique registration number. Certificates can be printed and saved.
The course will be available for 30-days once the account is activated with the new title. The purchase price includes one quiz attempt, resits are available for a small administration charge of £5.00 plus VAT.