Cyber Security Training Course

This is an average guide for Apple and Windows users on how to maximize your device & browser security settings.
English
English
Using firewalls, encrypting data, two factor verification, creating algebraic passwords and disabling old internet products

Requirements

  • None

Description

In this course you will learn about Firewalls, Data Encryption, Two Factor Verification, Algebraic Passwords and Disabling Old Internet Devices. The purpose is to help users learn how to increase their security by changing their device and browser security settings.

There are 5 short modules, a competency test and a survey.

The test will measure your abilities to implement the security solutions and it will test the effectiveness of this training course.

Afterwards theres a short survey, please fill it out so I can receive feedback specific to cyber security.

Thank you for choosing this training course and have a great day!

Who this course is for:

  • Beginners, intermediate and advanced

Course content

1 section9 lectures35m total length
  • Introduction & Module 1: Firewall
    02:41
  • Module 1.2 Firewall for Windows PC Users
    02:15
  • Module 2: Data Encryption
    01:32
  • Module 2.1: Data Encryption for Windows PC Users
    02:00
  • Module 2.2: Data Encryption & Passcodes for iOS devices
    05:29
  • Module 3: Two Factor Verification
    02:00
  • Module 4: Algebraic Passwords
    02:58
  • Module 5: Disconnecting Old Internet Devices
    02:18
  • Module 5.1: Browser Security
    14:44
  • Final Test
    7 questions

Instructor

I'm passionate about education and shared learning.
Tony Espinosa
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 64 Reviews
  • 2,330 Students
  • 1 Course

Hi everyone, my name is Tony Espinosa. This course is part of my BAS 495 Capstone Project. I initially created these modules to help out my stakeholder in order to train their sales team. I hope it can help you too.

Overall, this training is anonymous and confidential. Your results or any of your data will not be shared or made public. Information is used to gain feedback about your experience with this course.

Thank you for your time.