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We understand our clients have unique business requirements, so we created flexible training packages to best meet the needs of your financial institution.

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  1. “The Internet of Things” and Home Security

    Almost anything can be made into a "smart" device, such as security cameras and sensors, TVs, garage door openers, door locks, wearable devices, pacemakers, and even cars. These devices are what we refer to as the "Internet of Things" (IoT), which holds the promise of adding a whole new level of convenience and connectedness to everyday life. Having that many new, connected computing devices, most of which record activity, presents new challenges for security and privacy. This course teaches employees the best practices for IoT devices both at home and at work.

    10 Minutes

    Series: Cybersecurity Advanced, Remote Worker Preparedness

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  2. Security Awareness for the Home

    Threats to our home network can quickly turn into threats to our workplace infrastructure and vice-versa. To combat against threats on all fronts, we must learn to practice safe computing habits both in the home and in the workplace. In this course, participants will be introduced to some key principles of safe system administration that they can use in the home that mirror techniques used in the workplace. By mastering the techniques found in this course, participants will learn to develop a regime of security-conscience behavior that will help keep important data safe from hackers, data thugs and cybercriminals.

    7 Minutes

    Series: Cybersecurity Advanced, Remote Worker Preparedness

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  3. PCI Essentials for Cardholder Data Handlers and Supervisors

    This course teaches employees and supervisors what PCI DSS is, how it affects your organization and the best practices they should follow to protect cardholder data and detect and prevent fraud. This course is meant for employees and supervisors in companies that require PCI DSS - 3.2 compliance.

    25 Minutes

    Series: Cybersecurity Advanced, Cybersecurity Fundamentals, PCI Compliance

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  4. Data & Records Retention

    Data in electronic and hard copy format within organizations is growing at a rate of about 125% per year and yet only 20% of that data is actually used to conduct business. Managing all of that data can become an administrative nightmare for you and the organization as a whole. This is especially true when litigation is pending and we must sift through all of our records to find certain pieces of data. This course will help you understand how to comply with the many laws, regulations, policies, and best practices that govern how long certain kinds of data should be kept and how and when to dispose of that data properly.

    35 Minutes

    Series: Cybersecurity Advanced, PCI Compliance

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  5. Defeating Social Engineers (Advanced)

    With increasingly sophisticated technical defenses for networks and computer systems, hackers often decide that it's much easier to simply go around these perimeter defenses by attacking the end user. After all, end users have what they want – a computer that's behind the network firewall, a network username and password, and possibly access to trade secrets, confidential information, and bank accounts. This course will teach end users how to identify and avoid giving away sensitive information to these hackers.

    17 Minutes

    Series: Cybersecurity Advanced, Cybersecurity Fundamentals

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  6. Defeating Social Engineers (Standard)

    With increasingly sophisticated technical defenses for networks and computer systems, hackers often decide that it's much easier to simply go around these perimeter defenses by attacking the end user. After all, end users have what they want – a computer that's behind the network firewall, a network username and password, and possibly access to trade secrets, confidential information, and bank accounts. This course will teach end users how to identify and avoid giving away sensitive information to these hackers.

    10 Minutes

    Series: Cybersecurity Advanced, Cybersecurity Fundamentals

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  7. Protecting Mobile Data and Devices

    Because today's smartphones and tablets can not only act as a phone, but also as an email client, mobile Internet device, camera, GPS navigation system, entertainment console, and platform for any number of applications (apps), they can be exposed to many of the same risks as a desktop computer. This HTML5-based, iPad-compatible course uses high-quality video and real-world simulations to teach best practices for mobile security.

    8 Minutes

    Series: Cybersecurity Advanced, Cybersecurity Fundamentals, Remote Worker Preparedness

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  8. Information Security for Executives

    With the goal of breaching your network, Cybercriminals have stepped up their efforts to target C-level executives, upper management and those with privileged access to an organization's systems with a variety of focused attacks. They are out to steal money, personal /credit info of clients and customers as well as intellectual property and other assets from organizations across the globe. And if yours is targeted, there may be more at stake than just loosing data. It may mean the CEO and other executives' jobs. This course focuses on what executives can do to help keep their organization safe and their business-reputation intact in the face of today's cybercriminals. Participants will explore key concepts of executive-level information security concerns and what you can do to bolster your organization's overall security posture.
    Key Topics: Whaling, Business Email Compromise (BEC), Travel Security (Dark Hotel, Evil Twin, etc.), Protecting an Organization, Security Awareness Programs, Support Staff, and Threat Landscape.

    14 Minutes

    Series: Cybersecurity Advanced

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  9. OWASP Top 10 Web Application Vulnerabilities

    The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP is a global community focused on improving the security of web application software. The OWASP Top Ten list is highly respected and has been adopted by, among other organizations, the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council. This short lesson reviews the top ten list to ensure all web application developers in your organization are exposed to it.

    15 Minutes

    Series: Cybersecurity Advanced

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  10. Password Management

    Passwords are the keys to our digital lives and protect us from hackers and cybercriminals, but how exactly could a hacker crack your password and what can you do to protect it? This HTML5-based, iPad-compatible password management course uses high-quality video and real-world simulations to show the tactics hackers use to compromise accounts and the password security best practices that can help prevent that from happening.

    15 Minutes

    Series: Cybersecurity Advanced

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced