Cybersecurity Essentials Workshop
Your workforce is your best defense against cybercrimes. Equip employees with the essential skills to reduce risk and keep your organization safe.

Not Your Typical Cybersecurity Awareness Training

In the world of cybersecurity, the human element is essential. Technology alone can’t stop attackers. You need a cyber-aware workforce that can keep up with sophisticated threats. Unless your employees have a fundamental knowledge of how to avoid common, yet dangerous threats and malicious scams, your organization is left vulnerable. The Cybersecurity Essentials Workshop from ThriveDX is designed to tackle human error by providing your employees with advanced understanding and skills to protect themselves and your organization against the most common cyber threats.

Your best defense is always a good offense. This isn’t your typical awareness training, but a practical, behavior-modifying learning experience that will reduce risk across your business. Your workforce receives the right training through exposure to all NIST 800-50 topics for security education — to reinforce the human element in cybersecurity.

Cybersecurity Essentials Workshop Outline

The ThriveDX Cybersecurity Essentials Workshop is an 8-hour, live trainer-led program designed to tackle human error by providing your employees, from sales to C-Suite, with advanced understanding and skills to protect themselves and your organization against the most common cyber threats. Simplified content, real-life attack scenarios, a comprehension quiz, and course certificate come together in one education solution to build critical awareness for your non-technical workforce.

The 1-day workshop begins with an introduction to the world of cybersecurity, including why it is so important, along with basic terminology used in the field. Participants also will learn about some high-profile attacks that have occurred in our digital age.
One of the most common elements linking cyberattacks is compromised or weak credentials. In this session, participants will learn different ways hackers can acquire their passwords, and what to do if their accounts have been compromised. Prevention and password management also will be discussed.
As an increasing amount of time is spent outside of the office, workers must be aware of the main risks that arise when using public and non-protected Wi-Fi networks. In this session, participants will learn the ins and outs of private and public security networks.
One of the most common methods for carrying out cyberattacks is social engineering. Participants will learn how hackers take advantage of “human-based vulnerabilities” using phishing, vishing, and other threats.
Mobile phones are an essential part of modern lives and usually contain sensitive private information such as photos, browsing history, and text messages, along with confidential business information such as emails, documents, and access permission. In this session, participants will learn how to minimize the risk of an attack on their mobile device and understand basic security principles for mobile applications.
The workshop will conclude with a short online assessment of 10 multiple-choice questions covering the cyber essentials discussed throughout the day. Once finished, learners will receive a Certificate of Completion.
The 1-day workshop begins with an introduction to the world of cybersecurity, including why it is so important, along with basic terminology used in the field. Participants also will learn about some high-profile attacks that have occurred in our digital age.
One of the most common elements linking cyberattacks is compromised or weak credentials. In this session, participants will learn different ways hackers can acquire their passwords, and what to do if their accounts have been compromised. Prevention and password management also will be discussed.
As an increasing amount of time is spent outside of the office, workers must be aware of the main risks that arise when using public and non-protected Wi-Fi networks. In this session, participants will learn the ins and outs of private and public security networks.
One of the most common methods for carrying out cyberattacks is social engineering. Participants will learn how hackers take advantage of “human-based vulnerabilities” using phishing, vishing, and other threats.
Mobile phones are an essential part of modern lives and usually contain sensitive private information such as photos, browsing history, and text messages, along with confidential business information such as emails, documents, and access permission. In this session, participants will learn how to minimize the risk of an attack on their mobile device and understand basic security principles for mobile applications.
The workshop will conclude with a short online assessment of 10 multiple-choice questions covering the cyber essentials discussed throughout the day. Once finished, learners will receive a Certificate of Completion.

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