Course Learning Objectives
- Students will learn about everyday IT security risks in the workplace and what they should or should not do when understanding these risks.
- With scenario-driven examples, students learn an awareness topic, see how it affects their job, and are asked to make the right decision to reinforce the concept.
- Covers the latest in security awareness risks including mobile devices, cloud storage, social engineering and phishing attacks.
- Helps satisfy PCI-DSS requirement 12.6.1a
Students will explore a number of important security awareness concepts within the workplace. They will be introduced to powerful yet simple ways to manage password strength, avoid email phishing attacks, recognize social engineering, configure mobile devices, and more.
Students learn by “scenario based” examples. Students are presented a highly interactive environment where their actions tell a story and have direct consequences. Understanding these impacts is key to appreciating why Security Awareness is imperative to any organization.
Tailored learning - 30 minutes total
SAW101S - Security Awareness