Employee Essentials for Staying Safe from Malware
This course is designed to teach employees the fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to protect themselves and their organization from malware threats. Malware attacks can have devastating consequences for businesses, including data loss, financial damage, and reputational harm. Therefore, it is essential that employees are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to detect and prevent malware attacks.
The course will address the different types of malware including ransomware, spyware and adware, and cover the steps employees should take in the event of a malware incident, including practical tips and guidelines to stay safe from malware.
The course uses a combination of videos and real-world examples to engage employees and reinforce learning outcomes. By the end of the course, employees will have the essential knowledge and skills to protect themselves and their organization from malware attacks.
Participants who pass the exam will earn 0.5 CPE Credits from this program.
Course Publication Date: April 20th, 2023
Course Review Date: April 20th, 2025
Founder of Executive IT Forums, Inc. Program Director, IT GRC Forum. Chris has been working in the technology content marketing field for over 20 years focusing on enterprise cybersecurity and regulatory compliance in industries ranging from healthcare and finance to manufacturing and retail. In 2008 he founded Executive IT Forums, Inc, and set up the IT GRC Forum to produce educational content for Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance (GRC) Executives. Chris is primarily responsible for content design, course development, and delivery of educational programs, and he excels in helping clients to maximize the executive value achieved across GRC campaigns.
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