Cyber Security Stories: Because of You!
- Absolute Curiosity is required
I've upgraded my hacking gear!
Have you updated your security?
Together, we learn only 1 thing at a time.
Episode 1: Awareness.
Episode 2: Bitcoin
Episode 3: Noob Guide (Progressing...)
Episode 4: Future of Work (Soon)
Episode 5: Crypto Manifesto (Soon)
Episode 6: Future of Internet Finance (Soon)
Episode 7: Cookies (Soon)
Episode 8: Data is the New Oil
When offered a choice between dancing pigs and security,
the user will always choose the dancing pigs
(amusing graphic instead of the actual security warning).
This is called the dancing pig problem.
The problem is, sometimes, small as a popup window
& sometimes big as the Twitter hack.
Social Engineering, they say.
The art of manipulation.
To gather the Most Wanted Thing in the World.
"What am i?"
"My data is worth nothing!"
some may say.
But the internet says otherwise.
"Data is the new oil"
is a slogan you can see,
Individual hackers on one side
& Corporate trackers on another side
They say, "We're sitting on top of a goldmine".
To be honest, the truth is, there is something terribly wrong with this internet!
Hacking, Tracking, Phishing, Spamming, Scamming,... All those mindless clicks are costing you, your data.
A bitter truth! This is what you can expect from this course.
Nothing more. This course assumes you have zero cybersecurity skills.
Everything is on the internet!
We just mix amusing graphic for the sake of learning!
Actually, Solving the dancing pig problem! Preview for demo!
Who this course is for:
- Curious students
- 02:26The One vs Zero | Agent Smith Story
- 01:50The Rise and Rise of Joker
- 05:10A Fake Story of Trojan Horse
- 02:26Why Bitcoin?
- 01:28Types of Viruses
- 02:35Gameover Zeus
- 00:47Virus & Worm
- 01:20Vulnerability & Exploit
A good story can enlighten a curious mind!
Did you know that
The dropout rates are way tooo high in online courses. People don't finish most of the courses they enroll in. Hell, some won't even start their class.
Because online learning is at the last of most people's to-do list.
Because of just Black & White lectures
Because it's putting people to sleep...
It's "Too Educational"
Well, to be honest, it's boorinnggggggg...
Asking 5 Whys make us identify the root of the problem.
Now that we know the real problem behind high drop-out rates, what can we do to solve this problem?
Of course, one needs to start by making the course engaging. Blackboard and white-background PowerPoint lectures are a thing of the past.
Instead of Education, one need to think of it as "Edutainment"
One needs to use colorful visuals.
One needs to use background music.
One needs to use sound effects.
One needs to mix information with memes.
Simply, One needs to be in their student's shoes.
Well, I try to do exactly that. Watch the preview of my courses and find it out yourself.
What do you think?