January 2022: New Security Awareness Content

We have been busy adding more content to our CyberSecurity Awareness Training. Here is a collection of what's new in January. 

Security Awareness Videos

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Even though Multi Factor Authentication can literally save a company or an individual from bankruptcy, it can also be bypassed. In this video, learn how a scammer fooled an employee to share the MFA code with them in order to hack his Office 365.


Real Life Stories

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I have a confession.

"How my dating life lost my company half a million dollars." And not in the way that you would EVER think! 


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It only took a fake "ugly" list to start it all...Share this video with with your kids so they learn how to stay safe on social media.


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Be careful of those CFOs. They may hack you, especially over the weekend LOL 


Family Safety

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“It took me a long time to realize that Jack wasn’t actually Jack at all. But by then, I lost over $130K." Has a love interest asked you for money? Your relationship might just be a scam.


From The Blog

Security Cheatsheet for IT Admins For When Installing New Software

Security Cheatsheet for IT Admins For
When Installing New Software

Too often, people just accept the defaults and hit NEXT NEXT NEXT, and they get hacked. This guide provides cybersecurity best practices before, during and after installing new software.

 Do NOT Copy And Paste Commands to Terminal

This Is Why You Should Never Copy Paste
Commands Directly Into Your Terminal

Ask any developer if they have ever copied a command line or code snippet from the web. The answer would probably be YES. You assume that what you copied is what you paste, right? Well, that's not always the case.

Remember, staying safe starts with security awareness. Use online security awareness training to train your team. And register for free cyber security awareness video