Cybersecurity at Work

Cybersecurity at Work
Cybersecurity at Work
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 0h 55m | 513 MB

Cybersecurity isn’t solely within your IT department’s purview. If you own a smartphone, work on a computer, or use the internet, then you’re exposed to a variety of security risks on a daily basis. In this course, instructor Caroline Wong details what these threats are and what you can do about them—both to protect yourself and your organization. In a series of engaging scenarios, Caroline shines a spotlight on some of the most common security risks you’ll encounter in your personal and work life, as well as how to mitigate them. Learn how to identify and avoid phishing, malware, and social engineering attacks. Plus, get best practices for protecting your accounts, company intellectual property, and online activity.

Topics include:

  • Protecting sensitive information in your physical office
  • Avoiding malware attacks
  • Social engineering attacks, such as voice phishing
  • Avoiding security attacks on smartphones
  • Identifying different types of email scams
  • Best practices for working with both public and home Wi-Fi
  • The benefits of using VPN
  • Creating strong passwords
  • Protecting company and employee information
Table of Contents

1 Secure behavior in the workplace
2 Office security
3 Office security best practices
4 Laptop and desktop security
5 Updating software
6 Common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVE)
7 Malware overview
8 Malware Ransomware
9 Malware Worms, viruses, and rootkits
10 Social engineering overview
11 Social engineering Counterfeit apps
12 Social engineering Voice phishing
13 Social engineering Social media information gathering
14 Smartphones
15 Email phishing
16 Public Wi-Fi
17 VPN
18 Home Wi-Fi
19 Password security
20 Multifactor authentication
21 Intellectual property
22 Customer information
23 Employee information
24 You are part of the security team