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Just the Facts: Social Engineering

Some cyber-defenses can be broken without the use of a computer. Explore the details and dangers of social engineering, the tactics that exploit the human element, and get yourself informed with Just the Facts.

Just the Facts: Phishing

Don’t get caught by phishers trawling for data. Get the facts on phishing: what it is, how it works and what you can do to avoid it.

Need to Know: Challenging Identity

Ivana is trying to get into the building. Or is she? Take a look at the importance of challenging identity and preserving physical security.

Need to Know: Public Wi-Fi

Mateo is looking for a stable public Wi-Fi connection. But each one turns out to have its own dangers, and his friend Neena shows him how to stay safe.

PCI DSS: Protecting Networks and Systems

Take a moment to examine the importance of protecting networks and systems, and how it relates to PCI DSS.

New Hire

As you settle into your new job, take a look at some useful cybersecurity tips to help you look after yourself and your data.

WORKed Episode 1: Bathroom

Scandal in the men’s room! Show your employees how to treat removable media in this WORKed training module.

WORKed Episode 2: Evite

I doth see a vision of scammery! Help your employees avoid phishing attacks with this WORKed training module.

Need to Know: Physical Security

Anthony and his pal Harold talk physical security. Why do you secure everything (even the printer), and what could someone get by sneaking in? Here’s how not to leave security out in the cold.

Need to Know: Malware

Trojan horses, worms, RATs — There’s a whole animal kingdom of malware out there. Join Anthony and Fiona as they explore the best ways to keep malware from migrating into your system.

Need to Know: Social Engineering

Some hackers don’t need computers at all. Join Anthony and Erica in exploring the dirty business of social engineering — when all it takes is a lie to crack open a company.

Need to Know: Mobile Security

Join Anthony and Ivana as they explore the ups and downs of phone security. What is encryption? What kind of damage could a stolen phone do? Learn how to take security with you wherever you go.

Need to Know: Password Security

A system is only as secure as its password. Join Anthony and Daryl as they get to grips with the challenges of creating a strong password … because safety is not as easy as 1-2-3.

Need to Know: Working Remotely

Sometimes, trouble follows you home. Join in as Anthony and Ben explore the dangers of working remotely — from password cracks to malware attacks.

Need to Know: Removable Media

Can a thumb drive topple a company? It’s more likely than you think. Join Anthony and Harold as they check out the dangers of removable media — the good, the bait and the ugly.

Need to Know: Introduction

Begin at the beginning as Anthony introduces you to our plan for what’s to come. Let’s talk about hackers, cybersecurity, and why it pays to keep a good head on your shoulders.

Need to Know: Safe Web Browsing

It’s a jungle in there. Explore the winding paths of the internet with Anthony and Cecil as they venture into thorny areas like fake browser warnings, HTTPS and dangerous URLs.

Need to Know: Conclusion

Take a moment to relax and review what you’ve learned as Anthony takes you through a few simple cybersecurity principles. Congratulations on completing your training!

Cybersecurity Culture — Quantified

See the data on the most overlooked variable in security and learn how to measure your organization's cybersecurity culture.