Home Internet Security Awareness
aware of cybersecurity risks to you and your family requires and investment in
time and effort. Knowbe4’s free awareness course for SPC students will
enable you to learn how to keep safe online.
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Learn the 10 important rules for safer passwords: how long they
should be, what a “pass-phrase” is, what type of website gets which
password, how often to change passwords.
Out Personal Information
Learn what exactly personal information is, who to share it
with, and how to share it if you have to. Especially children
need to be aware of the risks of sharing personal information.
Learn how to protect your money when you use online banking, get
four important tips so you do not get hooked by a phishing attempt. Find out
which questions to ask your bank to make sure your account is safe
Kids are online often for school and social media. Learn how to
protect both your children and teenagers when they are on the Internet and how
you can take preventive measures to keep them safe.
Find out how fraudsters steal your identity and cause enormous
trouble. Learn how you can prevent your identity from being stolen and ask the
right questions before entering any personal information online.
Your Computer and Home Network
Find out what the things you need to do on a regular basis to
make sure that hackers do not break into your computer or home network.
Learn examples of malware and how you can protect yourself
against it. See why Antivirus isn't the only thing you need to avoid malware.
Opening up Email and Attachments
Learn about phishing and its evil cousin ‘spear-phishing’ and how
the bad guys are trying to trick you into clicking on bad links or open
infected attachments. Learn what ‘social engineering’ is, and how
to defend against it.
Engineering Red Flags
the special ‘Social Engineering Red Flags’ cheat-sheet from the
resources section with the 22 ways that hackers try to social engineer you into
giving them control over your computer system.