Cyber security

20

min

Security is of major concern for both our work and personal life, as our data is exposed through the use of websites, emails, social-media sites and applications. This module will help you understand how to protect yourself and your organisation against cyber-attacks.

WCAG 2.1 AA accessibility

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Cyber security
Cyber security
Cyber security
Cyber security

Learning outcomes

I want my learner to be able to:

  • Demonstrate how to protect personal information and ensure a safe browsing experience in the workplace;
  • Identify how to share information safely and responsibly via social media;
  • Outline the factors that make up a strong password;
  • Identify parts of an email that could indicate a hoax/phishing/scam;
  • Demonstrate how to take appropriate actions when suspected or actual cyber-attacks occur;
  • Describe the implications of using free email providers;
  • Demonstrate how to protect mobile devices and information;
  • Use strong passwords to keep safe online;
  • Demonstrate how to identify trustworthy websites.

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WCAG AA 2.1 compliant

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