End-User Security Awareness Training (EUSA)
The Security foundations course provides the concepts and terminology used within the information technology cyber security community to gain fundamental knowledge to understand how cybersecurity ties into the overall use of best practices for managing risk within an organization. They include:
IT Security and Cyber Security Terminology
Identity versus Entity Management
Personal Online Computer Security and Privacy
Personally Identifiable Information and Data Classification
Cyber Security Threats and Vulnerabilities
Mobile Device Security
The End User Security Awareness course is an informative, non-technical, and highly effective awareness course covering the top security issues in which enterprise end-users jeopardize information assets and the systems that are used to protect, process, store or transmit organizational data some of the questions they’ll be able to answer include:
Who is responsible for cybersecurity within your organization?
What resources are available within your organization if you suspect a cybersecurity incident has occurred?
Where can you find the document that states how an organization protects it’s Physical and Intellectual assets?
When does an employee inadvertently put their company at risk?
Why is an effective cybersecurity program important?
How can an employee take proactive steps to protect their organization's privacy?
Upon completion of the in person or online course, users will complete a questionnaire which measures the individual’s retention of the information presented in the course. Once a student passes with a score of 70% or higher, a Certificate of Completion will be awarded. q
Other Training Offerings:
Cyber Security Training for Physical System Integrators, Manufacturers and Dealers
Security Awareness Modules: