Cyber Security

Prevent potential data breach with Cyber Security eLearning module. Empower your employees with awareness to protect the business and own digital life.

According to Digital Guardian, in 2018 in the US, a data breach cost a company on average $8.19 million. Cyber-crime is an ever-increasing risk to businesses and individuals and, as such, a priority for companies to train everyone regardless of their roles and responsibilities.

Working with sister company, Bolt Learning, we have designed our Cyber Security eLearning module to provide users with an in-depth understanding of cyber crime, how it can occur and how employees can help prevent it. The course is designed to raise awareness of potential cyber threats, providing essential cyber security knowledge and skills to empower employees to help protect their business, as well their own digital lives.

Fully online and interactive, accessible on any device and available 24/7, the Cyber Security eLearning module includes an assessment and a downloadable certificate upon completion.

Course Outline

  • Responsibilities
  • Consequences
  • Risks and threats to cyber security
  • Passwords
  • Email and social media

All our modules can be purchased instantly. If you'd like to know more, or have a requirement for over 50 users, please get in contact with one of our learning experts.

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