If you’re developing (or thinking about developing) the digital skills of your staff to better protect your business, this is the perfect course for you. Our phishing eLearning is part one in a series of bite-size modules we are developing on digital knowledge and security.
All topics are available individually so you can build your own cyber security course. The idea behind these bite-size learning modules is that they can be sent to staff in manageable chunks, such as monthly emails or uploaded to intranet systems to complete when they have time.
If you need something slightly different, we also offer face-to-face or telephone/Skype confidence with technology coaching.
Topics in this phishing eLearning
- What is phishing?
- Some real life examples of phishing
- Phishing in practice
- Different types of phishing
- How to detect and avoid phishing scams
This programme takes around 10-15 minutes to complete.
This is a ready-to-use course which is instantly accessible once purchased. If you do not have your own LMS this course can be delivered through our own e-Learning platform in instant online access format for individual or multiple users, which we can manage for you. We will send users an email with their login details and produce reports to confirm completion and scores. We offer complimentary logo replacement on 50+ licences purchased, for smaller numbers we can still offer re-branding but it will be charged.
Corporate licences for unlimited users within your organisation are also available (SCORM download for use with in-house learning Management Systems). All our courses are fully responsive and work across all mobile devices.
Each aspect of the course can be tailored to produce a completely bespoke package, reflecting learning objectives.
Customisations range from logo replacement and re-colouring the template to match your branding, to a full bespoke package where we can tailor the course to your organisation’s exact requirements by adding/removing certain topics, changing learning objectives, focusing on one specific bias that you wish to address or incorporating links to your policies and procedures.