Learning how to protect yourself from data breaches and identity theft is crucial in both your professional and personal lives.
Our daily lives have changed dramatically since our use of technology has increased. Unfortunately, what it means to be “stolen from” has changed as well. Thieves no longer have to pickpocket us, or break into our homes to grab our valuables. By stealing our data, they can access our personal profiles, our credit cards or bank accounts, and even our identities. But fear not, there are ways to protect yourself.
This collection contains 5 courses that will teach you about the ways you may be vulnerable to data thieves, and what you can do to best protect yourself. These courses discuss the importance of strong passwords, how to keep your data and mobile phones safe, and how to prevent viruses and malware from destroying your devices.
Protecting your data is important in both your personal and professional life. Having your identity stolen could result in very stressful and costly consequences. A company data breach could cost millions of dollars and jeopardize the entire business. Knowing how to secure data is important for every team member, and taking these short courses could save everyone an enormous amount of time and money in the long run.
Courses in collection
The Power of a Strong Password
Strong passwords are essential for both work & personal tech. To keep your data safe, this course covers why and how to create a strong one.
The Danger of Viruses & Malware
Viruses and malware pose serious risks to a company. This course covers the dangers and how to prevent rogue agents from hijacking your data.
Keeping your Data Safe
Ensuring data is secure should be a top priority. This course will show you why, and how you can take steps to make sure your data is safe.
Keeping your Mobile Safe
When phones get into the wrong hands, sensitive info is at risk. This course shows why keeping phones safe is vital and how to do it.
The Risks of Ransomware
This course covers what ransomware is, the risks of not protecting your data, and how you can protect yourself from ransomware attacks.