BSBSS00094 Cyber Security Awareness

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About Course

 If you are working in a small or large business, personal and professional cyber security is now considered a must-have skill. This workbook provides you with foundational knowledge and skills to secure your personal and professional data, as well as assess the risks associated with online information management.

The Skill Set covers the following nationally accredited units:

  • BSBXCS301 – Protect own personal online profile from cyber security threats
  • BSBXCS303 – Securely manage personally identifiable information and workplace information
  • BSBXCS302 – Identify and report online security threats
  • BSBXCS402 – Promote workplace cyber security awareness and best practices
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What Will You Learn?

  • BSBXCS301 - Protect own personal online profile from cyber security threats
  • BSBXCS402 - Promote workplace cyber security awareness and best practices
  • BSBXCS303 - Securely manage personally identifiable information and workplace information
  • BSBXCS302 - Identify and report online security threats

Course Content

Identifying Security Threats

  • Identify security threats to your own personal online profile
    02:14
  • What is a personal identifier?
    02:08
  • PINs and common social media threats
    07:27
  • Industry-specific cyber risks
    04:39
  • Conducting an online audit
    04:51
  • Your financial statements and reporting criminal offences
    02:56
  • Reducing personal online threats
    05:50
  • Password practices
    02:51
  • Case study in open source intelligence and social engineering
    18:34
  • Website link vulnerabilities
    04:55

Legislation, policies and codes of practice
The larger technology environment provides access to national legislation, international codes of practice and industry-based benchmarks for organisations and individuals to act securely and legally within a fast-changing landscape. Organisations rely on these benchmarks to then create robust internal policies to guide the behaviour of staff in the sphere of digital security.

Responding to data breaches
There is a fine line between security breach and a data breach. A security breach is effectively a break and enter, whereas the definition of a data breach is when a cybercriminal steals your information. Imagine a bank robber; the security breach is when he digs a tunnel to the safe, and the data breach is when he steals the money from the vault.

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