Cybersecurity Training for New Hires: By Next Dimension

Stand out from the crowd as you enter the workforce! Practice Good Cyber Hygiene.
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (246 ratings)
5,595 students
Cybersecurity Training for New Hires: By Next Dimension
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (246 ratings)
5,593 students
Entry Level Cybersecurity User Awareness


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Next Dimension has teamed up with KnowBe4 and Build A Dream to create this online certificate program.  This course will help you practice good cyber hygiene as you enter the workforce in a co-op, internship, or entry level capacity.  In this course we cover lessons in Password Management, Malware in the Workplace, and Email and Attachments. 

Stand out from the rest of the resumes with this certificate of completion showcasing your good cyber hygiene habits.

Who this course is for:
  • Recent graduates entering the workforce
5 sections • 27 lectures • 35m total length
  • Introduction
  • Step 1: Keep Your Identity Safe
  • Understanding Social Engineering
  • Terms to Know
  • Password Scenario
  • Let's Talk Passwords
  • Don't Share Your Password
  • Why Long Passwords?
  • Brute Force Attacks
  • Make Your Password Unique
  • Selecting a Password
  • Avoiding Malware
  • Malware Infections
  • Types of Malware
  • What does Malware Look Like?
  • Malware Protection on your PC or MAC
  • Avoiding Malware
  • Email and Attachment Safety
  • Malicious Email Examples
  • Email Safety
  • Attack of the Emails
  • Email and Attachment Safety
  • Prevent Tailgating
  • Beware of Dis-Information
  • Be a Human Firewall
  • Handling Printouts
  • Perils of Pretexting
  • Creating Secure Pass-Phrases
  • Defeat Ransomware
  • Understanding Data Breaches

Marketing and Vendor Relations Manager
Brandy Coulsey
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 246 Reviews
  • 5,593 Students
  • 1 Course

I have worked together with our partners at KnowBe4 and Build a Dream to customize this course for students preparing to enter the co-op and entry level workforce. 

Our goal is to keep clients safe as they bring in entry level talent and allow access to our client networks and client files.