This course, created primarily for nontechnical users, makes complex information security best practices easy for anyone to appreciate and understand.
Learn Best Practices for Stopping Data Breaches, Fraud and Identity Theft
Even the best cybersecurity software con’t stop you from choosing a weak password, clicking a bad link or installing a social networking app that snoops into your address book, calendar or geodata.
And that’s not all. With cybercrime and corporate espionage on the rise, we’ve entered the age where even private digital correspondence should be created to withstand public scrutiny. This course teaches you how.
The risks are everywhere. 11.5 million people are victims of identity fraud each year and that number is rising. And it takes 330 hours, on average, to repair the damage.
Protect yourself, your family and your work. Get this introductory course right now and learn how to safeguard your data and reputation.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to minimize cybercrime risks when they use online communication services like email and social networks.
- this course is appropriate for anyone with access to a secure network who also use social networks, such as loved ones, children ages 9 and up and coworkers.