The Cyber Awareness Challenge gamifies a 10 Stage Cyber Security learning framework of international best practice standards for employees, members and / or stakeholders.

1. Cyber Basics2. NIST Framework3. Physical Security4. Ransomware5. Phishing6. Email Impostors7. Tech Support8. Vendors9. Authentication10. Remote Access

This challenge includes:

10 components of “Lets Prep / Lets Play”
Library of downloadable resources
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile and TV
Certificate of Completion

What you’ll learn:

How to protect your equipment, data, devices & wifi networks.
How to make smart security business as normal.
How to identify, protect, detect, respond & recover.
Why physical security is critical & how to train employees.
How ransomware happens & how to protect yourself.
How phishing works and what you can do.
How to prevent business email impostors.
How a tech support scam works.
How to minimise 3rd party security risk.
What is email authentication & what to do if your spoofed.
How to connect remotely to a network.
What to do if you’re attacked or scammed.

Challenge content

Cyber Security Basics – Knowing some cyber security basics and putting them in practice will help you protect your business and reduce the risk of a cyber attack.
NIST Framework – You may have heard about the NIST cyber security framework, but what exactly is it? And does it apply to you?
Physical Security – Lapses in physical security can expose sensitive company data to identify theft, with potentially serious consequences.
Ransomware – It looks legitimate – but with one click on a link, or one download of an attachment, everyone is locked out of your network.
Phishing – It seems to be from one of your company’s vendors and asks that you click on a link to update your business account. Should you click?
Business Email Impostors – A scammer sets up an email address that looks like it’s from your company. Then the scammer send out messages using that email address. The scammer is what we call a business email impostor.
Tech Support Scams – You get a phone call, pop-up, message or email telling you there’s a problem with your computer, but often scammers are behind these.
Vendor Security – Your business vendors may have access to sensitive information, make sure they are securing their own computers and networks.
Email Authentication – Email authentication technology makes it a lot harder for a scammer to send phishing emails that look like they’re from your company.
Securing Remote Access – Employees and vendors may need to connect to your network remotely, so make them follow strong security standards before they connect.

Requirements:

Basic knowledge of computers and IT in the workplace is needed.
A desire to understand and mitigate modern cyber risks is needed.

Who this challenge is for:

Board members, business owners, managers and employees responsible for the administration and safekeeping of sensitive information
Individuals who wish to advance professional development.

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Details:

Created By: Certified By Pty Ltd
Last Updated: November, 2019
Language: English
Approx. Completion Time: 1.5 hours