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What you will learn:


  • Understand different types of malware and security breaches
  • Know the types of cyberattacks to look out for
  • Develop effective prevention methods
  • Types of Cyber Attacks
  • Prevention Tips
  • Social Network Security
  • Critical Cyber Threats
  • Defense Against Hackers

Protect Yourself Online, Discover the Fundamentals of Cybersecurity with our Cyber Security Online Course

Unlock your potential as a successful cybersecurity professional and elevate your skills with our comprehensive cyber security training course. This online training program is designed to help you understand the fundamentals of cybersecurity, develop effective strategies to protect your data, and excel in today's competitive business environment.

Our cyber security course covers a wide range of topics, including computer network security, cloud security, and mobile security. By enrolling in our certification course, you'll gain valuable insights into the core aspects of cybersecurity, setting you on the path to a rewarding career in this rapidly growing field.

One of the key aspects of our cybersecurity training is teaching you how to defend against various types of cyberattacks, such as broken access control and digital attacks. You'll learn the importance of implementing advanced cybersecurity measures, such as antivirus software and ethical hacking, to safeguard your computer systems and protect your organization from potential threats.

In addition to mastering the art of cyber defense, our course covers essential information security and risk management skills, which will complement your newfound expertise in cybersecurity and help you create a competitive advantage for your organization.

Our online cybersecurity courses offer flexible learning options, allowing you to complete the professional certificate at your own pace. We provide a wide range of courses online and professional education programs that cater to different learning preferences and career development needs.

By choosing our cyber security training course, you're not only investing in your personal development but also gaining a valuable skill set that can be applied across various industries. Whether you're involved in information technology, project management, or software development, our cybersecurity course will provide you with the expertise needed to excel in your chosen field.

Enrol in the CFS cyber security training course today and start reaping the benefits of improved data protection, effective cyber defense strategies, and a deeper understanding of the world of cybersecurity.

Cyber Security Online Course - Requirements

The Cyber Security Online Course is delivered 100 percent online.

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

      Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources

      Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)

      Be a self-directed learner

      Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension

  2. Registered students gain unrestricted access to the Cyber Security Online Course

  3. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device

  4. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace

  5. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

Cyber Security Online Course Outline

As you progress through our cyber security training course, you'll not only learn cybersecurity principles and practices but also gain practical experience by working on real-world projects. Our online course is designed to provide you with engaging learning experiences that will deepen your understanding of network security and system security.

Our curriculum focuses on various aspects of cybersecurity, such as penetration testing, software security, and web applications. By enrolling in our online cyber security courses, you'll acquire the knowledge and skills needed to protect your organization from a wide range of cyber threats.

In addition, our cyber security training course covers essential topics like risk management, project management, and software engineering, preparing you for the challenges of the ever-evolving tech landscape. With a focus on user experience and web development, you'll learn how to create secure systems and applications that meet the needs of both businesses and users.

Our online cybersecurity courses offer flexible learning options, allowing you to complete the professional certificate at your own pace. We provide a wide range of professional education programs that cater to different learning preferences and career development needs.

By choosing this cyber security training course, you're not only investing in your personal development but also gaining a valuable skill set that can be applied across various industries. Whether you're an aspiring systems administrator, software developer, or project manager, our training course will equip you with the expertise needed to excel in your chosen field.

 

Module One: Getting Started

The security of every organization is their responsibility. Success depends on the organization's capacity to keep its information systems safe from damage or even theft. Effective security measures would not only reduce liability risk but also boost productivity and efficiency.

Cybersecurity Fundamentals

You must comprehend the fundamentals of cybersecurity and what a cyberattack is before creating and putting into practice security measures to stop them. A company's cybersecurity strategy(ies) should be adjusted to meet its specific needs.

What is Cyberspace?

The setting for computer transactions is known as cyberspace. Specifically, computer-to-computer communication is meant. Cyberspace has no "physical" space, but by pressing a few keys on a keyboard, one can communicate with anyone anywhere in the world.

Examples of items included in cyberspace are:

      Networks

      Devices

      Software

Module Two: Cyber Security Fundamentals

As was already stated, cybersecurity refers to the application of techniques to stop attacks on a company's information systems. To prevent the productivity of the business from being hampered, this is done. Controlling physical access to the system's hardware is just one aspect of cybersecurity; it also guards against threats that could arise from unauthorized network access or code injection.

Why is Cybersecurity Important?

For a variety of reasons, a firm needs to prioritize cybersecurity. Data security breaches and sabotage will be the two topics this section primarily addresses. Both may negatively impact a business and/or its customers.

Data security breaches can compromise secure information such as:

      Names and social security numbers

      Credit card and bank details

      Trade secrets

In order to hinder a company's capacity to conduct business, computer sabotage disables its computers or network.

What is a Hacker?

An individual or group of people who hack into computer systems and networks using a variety of techniques to get access to and use other people's data for nefarious purposes are, to put it simply, hackers.

There are 3 main types of hackers. They are:

Grey hats: These cybercriminals only do it "for fun."

Black hats: These hackers act maliciously, such as by stealing and/or selling data to get money.

White hats: These hackers are hired by businesses to break into their systems and discover where they are susceptible in order to protect their data from malicious hackers.

Module Three: Types of Malware

Malicious software, often known as intrusive software or "malware," is short for that term. This type of software is designed to carry out tasks including stopping computer processes and acquiring sensitive data. Malware is also characterized by gaining access to personal computer systems and disseminating unwelcome advertisements.

Worms

A computer worm is a standalone piece of software that spreads to infect other machines. It can propagate to other computers without connecting to an already running software, but it still harms the network in some way.

Damage done by worms includes:

      Bandwidth consumption

      Stopping active anti-malware service

      Immobilizing Safe Mode

Viruses

A computer virus is a program that replicates itself while hiding within a safe program to carry out tasks like erasing data. When a file is opened after being infected, the virus spreads throughout your computer. If the infected file is shared with others, the virus will multiply.

Damage done by viruses includes:

      Corrupting files

      Computer slowdown

      Taking over basic functions of the operating system

Spyware

Spyware's primary objective is to gather information about a person or business without that person's knowledge or consent. Sometimes, the information obtained through this "spying" is given to another organization. Additionally, it can be used to take control of a computer without the owner's knowledge. The user's movements are frequently tracked, and pop-up advertisements are frequently thrown at them.

Damage done by spyware includes:

      Collecting personal information

      Installing unsolicited software

      Redirecting web browsers

Trojans

Trojans infiltrate computers by deceiving users about their true intentions. They propagate cunningly. For instance, a user might get an email attachment that seems legitimate, but when opening it, the attacker has the chance to obtain the user's personal information, including passwords and banking information.

Damage done by Trojans includes:

      Crashing the computer

      Deleting files

      Corrupting data

Module Four: Cyber Security Breaches

Cyber security breaches are the result of secure information being released to a treacherous environment. Whether the data is released intentionally or unintentionally, the consequences can have long-lasting effects, from harassment to identity theft.

Phishing

Phishing schemes are used by cybercriminals to steal personal information by pretending to be trustworthy sources. They frequently pose as a well-known organization, like a bank, appealing to your desire to protect your information.

Identity Theft

When it comes to cyber security breaches, identity theft is one of the worst-case scenarios. The ultimate effect can be terrible whether someone hacks into a company's computer system to steal the identities of customers or clients or to take the identity of the organization.

There are many ways to help prevent identity theft. Some examples are:

      Be mindful of phishing websites

      Utilize an Anti-virus / Anti-malware program

      Don’t respond to unsolicited requests for secure information

Harassment

Cyberbullying affects a wide range of people. Cyberbullies may also exploit their vices to harm a company's reputation. Many businesses allow the public to post comments, grievances, and ideas on their social media pages. Some people take advantage of this platform to post vile criticism and even threats.

Cyber Stalking

False charges and defamation are just two examples of the types of cyberstalking that can harm a company's reputation. The goal of cyber stalkers is often to frighten or exert some sort of influence over the victim. The anti-stalking laws make cyberstalking a crime that is subject to punishment.

Module Five: Types of Cyber Attacks

Individuals or groups plan cyber assaults to take down other people's information systems, networks, etc. Cyber-attacks can destroy a company's entire infrastructure or install spyware on a computer, among other terrible outcomes.

Password Attacks

Strong passwords are essential to employ in order to guard against risks to the privacy and security of the data related to your business and customers. Passwords are designed to prevent unwanted access to your accounts.

Denial of Service Attacks

Denial of service attacks do exactly what their name implies. Its objective is to prevent the intended users of a network from using it. Individuals who repeatedly enter the erroneous password can be subjected to this form of attack, which will lock them out of their accounts. Another way it can appear is if a network is so overcrowded that no one can access it.

Passive Attacks

A passive assault is carried out to just identify the system's weak points without actually changing any data. Consider how the passive attacker might act if they were listening in on a conversation between two people. Even while it may first appear to be a harmless act, if the intruder is successful in obtaining the "correct" information, he or she may utilize that information in the future to cause irreparable harm.

Penetration Testing

An organization may benefit from doing penetration testing. In order to determine the effects of a potential attack on a computer system, it is necessary to identify the system's vulnerabilities and exploit them.

Module Six: Prevention Tips

Even while it might not be feasible to totally avoid becoming a victim of cybercrime, having a toolkit of preventative techniques at your disposal could assist your organization reduce the likelihood that such crimes would harm your brand's reputation or the trust of your consumers and customers.

Craft a Strong Password

Making secure login credentials is one of the simplest ways to keep your data safe. To avoid having to write down the password, try to memorize it. If you must have the password written down on paper, make sure to keep it in a safe place where only a select few individuals may access it.

Two-Step Verification

Prior to granting access, a person's identification is verified utilizing two different components using two-step verification. The rationale for this procedure is that even though the imposter may have one piece of the victim's identification, it's quite unlikely that they have both.Download Attachments with Care

Even if the email looks to be from a reliable source, it is crucial to always download email attachments with caution. Although the attachment appears to have a familiar extension (such as.PDF or.doc), it might actually be a Trojan.

Question Legitimacy of Websites

There are numerous websites that appear to be legitimate sites at first sight. But as you look closer, you see that it's a joke. Opening such a site could cause harm, such as a slowdown in computer performance or, worse yet, the loss of files or identity theft. Even if you have already visited a website, it is necessary to use caution when browsing new websites.

Module Seven: Mobile Protection

Just like your PC, your smartphone has to be protected. Phones are susceptible to many of the same security flaws that affect PCs since they share many of the same capabilities. This session will go over many simple but effective measures you may take to protect your mobile device.

No Credit Card Numbers

It often seems useful to save credit card details on your phone so you can access them quickly and don't have to rely solely on memory. But just as it's simple for you to get these numbers, it's also simple for someone who wants to do you harm to get them.

Place Lock on Phone

Having your phone locked when not in use and requiring a pin number or password to unlock it could help prevent unauthorized usage of the device. Just as we discussed in a previous module, it's critical to come up with a strong password if you set a password on your phone.

Don’t Save Passwords

The best condition when it comes to passwords is to remember them as leaving a trace of what they are could make it simple for an unauthorized person to use them. However, the majority of people actually use different passwords for each account they have. As a result, it can be required to deploy a backup strategy in case they are overlooked. Write them down and save them safely if this is the case. Keep them off of your phone.

No Personalized Contacts Listed

Your phone has a lock that you've set up, and you frequently lock it while it's not in use. You hastily leave your desk while your phone is still there, forgetting to lock it. Someone decides to look through your contact list on your phone without your consent. John notices the phrase "ABC Company Manager" in parenthesis next to Bob Jones' name. John chooses to use Bob's name and phone number to approach Bob about doing business.

Module Eight: Social Network Security

Many people overlook the fact that, even though they aren't meeting people in person through social networking, giving away too much personal information can still result in risky scenarios like social engineering assaults. This lesson will go over several preventative measures you can take to avoid being deceived into feeling secure.  

Don’t Reveal Location

Although it might seem obvious, many people need to be reminded that giving your location to a stranger is never a smart idea. Some social networking platforms ask for your location, and if they do, you can use your imagination to create a false location or provide a city or state that isn't truly yours. On occasion, the website will let you proceed without providing any information in the location section.

Keep Birthdate Hidden

Although disclosing your birthday may seem innocent, it gives a thief access to one of the many pieces of information necessary to steal your identity. Do not mention the year if you must list your birthdate.

Have Private Profile

You should not assume that something is public just because you post it. Even while using social media to network professionally and advertise your business is helpful, neglecting to properly manage your profile and privacy settings could have unavoidable consequences.

Don’t Link Accounts

Although you may find it convenient to link your social media accounts, doing so makes it simpler for thieves to track you down. It's crucial that you keep your personal and professional accounts separate from one another. Some of the content on one of your social networking platforms might not be suitable for use on another. For instance, anything that you publish on the more casual Facebook may not be acceptable for your LinkedIn account, which is used in a more professional setting.

Module Nine: Prevention Software

We've gone into great detail about the several threats that could potentially take over your computer systems or even steal your identity. It's time to discuss the preventative measures you can take to safeguard your person and business. There are various strategies to reduce your exposure to threats, vulnerabilities, and assaults, even if you might not be able to totally eliminate these dangers.

Firewall

In order to monitor and control the incoming and outgoing traffic of your network system, firewalls use pre-established security rules. Consider a fire wall as a barrier between an internal network—a reliable source—and an exterior network, which is assumed to be unsafe.

Virtual Private Networks

Private networks that are disseminated across a public network are known as virtual private networks (VPNs) (the Internet). Through the usage of VPNs, users can send and receive data over public networks as if they were linked to private networks.

Anti-Virus Software

Users are protected from a wide range of threats by antivirus software. Viruses, browser hijackers, rootkits, Trojan horses, worms, and ransomware are a few of them.

Anti-Spyware Software

Anti-Spyware solutions are designed to find and remove spyware that users don't want to be present on their systems. Without the user's knowledge or agreement, these spyware programs are placed on the computer and gather data about them. Spyware can harm a system by slowing it down and posing a security concern, among other things.

Routine Updates

Updates for operating systems are frequently made available in order to fix security problems and enhance computer performance. These can be divided into three groups: high priority, suggested, and drivers. Updates with a high priority are exactly what they sound like. They should not be negotiated since they are crucial. Security patches and bug fixes are a couple of examples of such updates. If not installed, suggested updates usually do not cause serious issues, but they can help your computer run more efficiently.

Module Ten: Critical Cyber Threats

Critical cyber threats are ones that, if successful, might cripple a business or even an entire nation. In the case of a nation, it could have a detrimental effect on variables like security, economic security, and public health.

Critical Cyber Threats

As was already established, these cyber threats are intended to fully destroy an organization rather than just temporarily cripple it. Again using a nation as an example, the Department of Homeland Security reports that some of the vital infrastructures of a nation that could be destroyed as a result of such an attack include:

      Energy

      Defense

      Transportation

Cyber Terrorism

Large-scale cyber threats and attacks are known as cyberterrorism. These actions are intended to frighten entire computer networks or the Internet as a whole. This is accomplished via technologies like viruses that infect computers.

Cyber Warfare

Cyberwarfare is the use of force against another state or nation in an effort to disrupt its information networks. This is frequently done using computer viruses or denial-of-service assaults.

Cyber Espionage

The goal of cyber espionage is to steal another person's secrets without that person's consent. A typical goal of espionage is to get sensitive, confidential, or restricted information. This can be done to anyone, including people, businesses, and nations. The information will be used against the person from whom it was stolen as a weapon. It can be done using techniques like Trojans, spyware installation, and cracking.

Module Eleven: Defense Against Hackers

"A solid offense is the best defense," Instead of responding to attacks after they have already happened, it is wise to plan ahead and take preventative action so that, when the time comes, you can either entirely avoid the attack or decrease its impact.

Cryptography

Essentially, the definition of cryptography is "a hidden way of writing." In order to prevent unauthorized parties from interpreting the message, this is done. To safeguard businesses' and customers'/patients' information privacy and security, it is utilized in a variety of industries, including banking and health.

Digital Forensics

Many people now use computers as a means of committing numerous crimes. As a result, law enforcement officials have chosen to employ this specific weapon to stop criminals from using computers to perform both online and offline crimes. They have essentially resolved to "Fight fire with fire."

Intrusion Detection

An essential component of a computer system is intrusion detection. The administrator or a security information and event management system is notified of illegal applications or users on the network by intrusion detection systems (IDSs). There are many different IDSs available.

Legal Recourse

According to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (18 U.S.C. 1030), the majority of computer hacking offenses are punished. State legislation may impose extra sanctions.  There are consequences for the following computer-related violations under this law: 

      Getting Information About National Security

      Using a Computer to Research Information

      A government computer was violated.

Recognition & Accreditation

Upon successful completion of this security course and achieving a passing score for the assessment, you will be issued with an international continuing education credit (CEU) certificate.

This online information security Certificate is applicable worldwide, which demonstrates your commitment to learning new skills. You can share the certificate with your friends, relatives, co-workers, and potential employers. Also, include it in your resume/CV, professional social media profiles and job applications.

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Units of Study

Module One: Getting Started

  • Module Two: Cyber security Fundamentals 
  • What is Cyberspace? 
  • What is Cyber security ?
  • Why is Cyber security Important? 
  • What is a Hacker? 

Module Three: Types of Malware

  • Worms 
  • Viruses 
  • Spyware 
  • Trojans

Module Four: Cyber Security Breaches

  • Phishing 
  • Identity Theft 
  • Harassment 
  • Cyberstalking

Module Five: Types of Cyber Attacks

  • Password Attacks 
  • Denial of Service Attacks 
  • Passive Attack 
  • Penetration Testing

Module Six: Prevention Tips

  • Craft a Strong Password 
  • Two-Step Verification 
  • Download Attachments with Care 
  • Question Legitimacy of Websites

Module Seven: Mobile Protection

  • No Credit Card Numbers 
  • Place Lock on Phone 
  • Don’t Save Passwords 
  • No Personalized Contacts Listed

Module Eight: Social Network Security

  • Don’t Reveal Location 
  • Keep Birthdate Hidden 
  • Have Private Profile 
  • Don’t Link Accounts

Module Nine: Prevention Software

  • Firewalls 
  • Virtual Private Networks 
  • Anti-Virus & Anti-Spyware 
  • Routine Updates

Module Ten: Critical Cyber Threats

  • Critical Cyber Threats 
  • Cyber terrorism 
  • Cyberwarfare 
  • Cyberespionage

Module Eleven: Defense Against Hackers

  • Cryptography 
  • Digital Forensics 
  • Intrusion Detection 
  • Legal Recourse

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Requirements

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

Microsoft Windows XP, or laterModern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

OSX/iOS 6 or laterModern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or fasterFlash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Requirements

Entry requirements:

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.


Minimum education:

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.


Device requirements:

Students will need access to a computer/any device and the internet.

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