Course Name: Phishing User Awareness
“How To Catch a Phish” is a concise overview of current phishing facts and figures that prove multiple layers of cyber-crime defense and prevention (web ﬁlters, web gateway blacklists, take down vendors etc), and end-user education are not working.
At the end of the course, you will be asked to take a Final Exam.
Upon successfully passing the Final Exam, we will issue you with a Certificate of Completion, which you can use towards maintaining professional cybersecurity certificates, such as Security+, CISSP and CEH.
The course includes up-to-date case studies demonstrating how easy it is to set up a phishing attack and how basic, but yet effective, phisher strategies are at capturing their victims information.
Students will also learn about a simple strategy that they can use immediately to avert the remediation costs and long term loss of brand loyalty/ reputation caused by phishing attacks.
This course has been designed for information security professionals, especially CIO’s, CTO’s and CISO’s who work within the retail and financial service sectors and whose customers have been, and will continue to be, the subject of phishing attacks.
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Learn about the Instructor:
Jeremy Faircloth is an IT executive with a background in managing technical teams at multiple Fortune 50 companies. He is a member of the Society for Technical Communication and frequently acts as a technical resource for other IT professionals through teaching and writing, using his expertise to help others expand their knowledge.
As a systems engineer with over 20 years of real-world IT experience, he has become an expert in many areas including Web development, database administration, enterprise security, network design, large enterprise applications, and project management. Jeremy is also an author that has contributed to over a dozen technical books covering a variety of topics and teaches courses on many of those topics.