Since you’re obliged to give an email address for pretty much anything these days, everyone has one. It is a lot more convenient, and quicker that sending correspondence the old fashioned way. But it can also give criminals and easy way into a lot of details that you really wouldn’t want them to have. So, to protect your important information, and stop cybercriminals getting their hands on your sensitive data, it’s vital to know how to keep your emails secure.
Protecting your emails is important. This course will give you all the information you need to understand how to protect your data. You’ll discover how to identify different types of email security threats, and the measures you can take to keep your emails safe and secure.
Hackers and cybercriminals are always trying to find a way into your systems for their own personal gain. An obvious way in for them is through your emails. Malware sent as links or attachments could wreak havoc, as could phishing attacks, which try to con you into clicking links and giving away your data on bogus websites.
You need to be savvy when it comes to protecting your emails. A securely set up email system is your shield from these bad guys. Using passwords, encryption, and common sense, you put a metaphorical bouncer on the door and beef them up to repel attackers.
Keeping data secure is something that everyone has to think about. We decided that this course shouldn’t have a specific theme, because data security has become an everyday problem that affects so many people across a broad range of industries. But we did go for a stereotypical evil villain to help with storytelling, because… well, you’ve got to have a bad guy, right? We also added well-known imagery, to provide context that learners would understand. Our brilliant and bold animations create a real visual experience for the learner, too, helping them to memorise the learning, and see how it’s applied in real life scenarios.
Everyone has the right to learn and learner need can vary demanding on environment or disabilities. This course comes with transcripts so people have text options for an media, subtitles for all videos and is screen reader friendly with alternative text.
We take a number of steps to ensure visuals and navigation is easy for your people.