Data Security and Privacy Training


Data Security and Privacy Training, Singapore elarning online course

Course Description

Did you know the number of data records compromised in publicly disclosed data breaches surpassed 2.5 billion in 2017.

And as we all know, Facebook announced a data breach in 2018, where 87 million user accounts were compromised

Our data is being compromised more than ever. Training all employees on how to protect themselves against attacks is one of the most effective ways to protect your organization.

Course Objectives

The objective of this training is to ensure that all your employees can clearly Identify, Mitigate and Report any potential cyber threats to your organization.

Training Approach

This training offers a fresh approach by presenting engaging content in a scenario-based format. This training uses micro-learning methodology to ensure learners aren’t overwhelmed with information. Throughout the course, the learner will take interactive quizzes and assessments to test their readiness. The training is available on-demand so learners can take at their own pace or part of a designated employee training program.

Who’s this for?

This compliance training is designed for all employee role types from office administration to CXO. This course will cover the following topics:

Course Topics

What is Information Security
What are Threats
How to Practice Information Security at Work
Email Safety and Safe Online Browsing
Implementing a Security Policy


Course Objectives


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Content

What is Information Security?

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What is Information Security

Be Prepared Social Engineering

Understand the Difference Between Security, Privacy and Anonymity

Be aware of the broad obstacles we face in information security

What are the threats?

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What are the threats?

Understand the types of malware

The Layers of IT Security

How Malware Spreads

How to practice Information Security at Work

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Password Protection

Malware Protection

Securing your Workspace

Physical Security Outside of the Workplace

Email Safety and Safe Online Browsing

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Email Security

Social Media Security

Security Policy & Conclusion

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Conclusion and Course Recap

Creating Information Security Policies

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