Just Released: Five Cybersecurity Courses!

RedVector is happy to announce 5 new video courses on cybersecurity. These courses are presented by Pete Just he is the Chief Technology Officer of the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township, Indiana and has served as an adjunct professor at Indiana University. Pete Just brings knowledge on cybersecurity to life in these highly engaging and detailed courses.

Browser Security Basics

A large number of cyber attacks target browser activity. This course provides all staff members with an overview of browser security and ways to browse the web safely. Topics include the types of browser threats, the basics of browser security and safe browsing practices.

Cybersecurity Overview

The convenience of web access makes it easy to forget that we need to protect and care for our information. This introductory course provides an overview of cybercrime and cybersecurity, including the basics of cybersecurity along with the effects of cybercrime, the types of cyber threats and how users are susceptible.

Email and Messaging Safety

Email is the primary means of attack from cyber-perpetrators. This course provides an overview of cybercrime via email, and how to employ safe email and messaging practices to avoid and help prevent cyber threats attempts at fraud and identity theft.

Password Security Basics

This course provides an overview of password security and management, including the basic principles of password security, the elements of a strong password, and strategies of how to create and maintain passwords.

Protection Against Malware

Malware is a primary means of attack for cyber-perpetrators. This course provides staff members with an overview of basic protection against malware. Topics include: the types of malware, how malware works and protective strategies

 

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