Cyber Security Month 2018 - Present - Online Courses



Hi there People,

It's October! The month of Cyber Security. There are some critical basics you'll need to learn to stay safe online.

I've put together a list of courses, with exams and you can connect them with social media such as twitter / linkedin and so forth brought to you by a fantastic community: Cybrary.IT


It's one of the basics sites you can get your IT knowledge from. From user to Professional. Be sure to look into this site and only give your opinion afterwards. It's really worth it and you'll learn what you need to, to stay safe in this online world of threats, but also certainly good things. Having a pleasent internet experience is great, but you also need to protect yourself. Same goes for crossing the street. You got your day to day life, and your online life. You need to protect both.


Here's the list I've provided for you to take. If you do not wish to do an exam, because you are to afraight you might fail, don't be. As long as you follow it and don't take the exam, you've learned something allready. Nobody's has to feel ashamed. When you do not learn, you know nothing. When you don't try, you missed out. When it's not your priority, you'll loose someday. Get it right.


Go ahead ans sign up. It's a great way to educate yourself.


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End User Security Fundamentals Certification Course | 1 hour
- What will I learn?
What damages occur from a lack of security
Three primary security threats
What your duty is as a user related to enterprise security


End User Security Awareness – 30 Minutes


- - OR if you're not that experienced with online threats:


End User Security Awareness | 1 Hour


End User: Network Security Certification Course
- What will I learn?
The importance of networks
How to protect against network vulnerabilities
How to determine if a website is safe


End User: Mobile Device Security Certification Course
- Many organizations have begun allowing employees to use their personal devices for work purposes. Although convenient for users, the concept of Bring your Own Device (BYOD) has opened companies up to many security issues. Therefore, users must know the risks of having personal mobile devices in the office and the best practices for mitigating those risks. This course is designed with the end-user in mind, and serves as the ideal starting point for anyone looking to enter the cyber security field and ultimately raise their threat awareness. Through this curriculum, you will learn the differences between the security considerations for personal and work devices and the importance of following company policy when using personal devices at work. You will also gain a thorough understanding of what device permissions are and how/when to use them to keep your mobile device free of malware. The course also explores rooting and jailbreaking testing methods and how these methods should not be used for personal devices.


End User: Social Engineering Certification Course
- What will I learn?
Social engineering basics
Common social engineering attack vectors
How to perform those vectors
The consequence of an attack


End User Email Certification Course
- What will I learn?
How to recognize malicious emails
The biggest dangers when using email
Email best practices


End User: Cyber Fundamentals Certification Course
- What will I learn?
How to best follow online policy
How to send financial information safely
How to distinguish ‘look-a-like’ websites from legitimate ones
How to deal with pop-ups
How to handle invalid security certificates



With best regards,

Yours sincerely.

Martijn Kamminga