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(ISC)² による Security Awareness Training の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック



The security of an organization is of the utmost importance and every member of the organization's staff plays a vital role in defending against cyber threats. One of the best ways to protect the organization is to institute a company-wide security-awareness training initiative. This course is a complete foundational security awareness training program that covers a wide array of topics for nearly every type of end-user and learner level. The content is designed to allow organizations to be able to provide a comprehensive training program to help them protect their information assets against threats. This training lasts approximately 2 hours and was designed to be engaging and is based on real scenarios staff may face. The training is modular and does not have to be completed in one sitting. Topics included in this course are as follows: • Importance of Security • Data and Account Security • Passwords • Networking and Mobile Security • Malware • Social Engineering...



May 10, 2020

my experience of learning on how to keep our information safe in this ever threatening world is to acknowledge myself by the ideas and other methods to keep our information safe


Apr 18, 2020

I love this course very much the course materials are exciting and hungry for it.\n\nThank you so much to the entire team for creating this course.


Security Awareness Training: 26 - 33 / 33 レビュー

by Jaslie S

May 31, 2020

Thank you!


Jun 08, 2020

This course was really helpful for beginners . Certificate need to be provided for this to boost up the confidence of the learner.

by said a

Apr 27, 2020

the course added to me a lot iwas ignorat of

by Rashed M A H

May 22, 2020

good cource but no certificate

by Niyas K

Apr 18, 2020

Really Informative

by Qais A A B H

Mar 27, 2020

good to start up

by Daniel P S

Apr 03, 2020


by Ian A

Mar 31, 2020

Covers all the basics.

Some of the questions were phrased a bit ambigiously.

The level of detail / target audience seemed a bit inconsistant (why does a typicaly user need to know the difference between a Black/Grey/White hat?)