Course ID: CSAW

Cyber Security Awareness

In an increasingly digitized and connected world, Cyber Security is more important than ever to safely protect and share our information, both for organisations and for individuals. Recent global headlines across all sectors reflect the serious impact of cyber attacks and breaches. Building Cyber Security knowledge and understanding is key to mitigating risks for self, organisations and reputation in this complex and evolving landscape.

This engaging and interactive 2-3 hour NCSC Certified Cyber Security Awareness course is delivered by a highly experienced and expert facilitator. Delegates will learn about the latest threats including emerging trends; how to mitigate risks; best practices and have an opportunity to learn from global case studies, discussion and Q &A.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe what is meant by Cyber Security and why it is important
  • Gain awareness of the dynamic global Cyber threat landscape, risks and vulnerabilities and emerging trends
  • Discuss key attack vectors e.g. technical, ransomware, social engineering, types of phishing, types of insider threat
  • Be aware of key relevant legislation and obligations, and how these impact
  • Gain knowledge of best practices in cyber security and in managing risks, including data and information assets (tangible and intangible)
  • Apply knowledge and behaviour to mitigate risks and in managing your own digital footprint; including when working in a hybrid environment
  • Have an opportunity to learn from relevant case studies, discussion and Q&A

Major Topics
  • Digitization and Cyber Security – Benefits and Risks (Now and Future)
  • Why Cyber Security is important – tech savvy does not mean cyber savvy!
  • Current Cyber landscape including Cyber Threats, Vulnerabilities and Risks and emerging trends
  • Managing Your Digital Footprint – Cyber Security and relationship with social media/online world
  • Key legislation and compliance considerations and trends
  • Best practices: managing risks to reputation, business, data and other assets
  • Building resilience and capability
  • Learning from case studies, discussion and Q&A

Who Should Attend

Delegates who wish to increase their knowledge and understanding of cyber security and the current and emerging global landscape; why this is important; and best practices to mitigate risks for individuals as well as organisations.

Fields of Study
Specialized Knowledge



Templar Executives

CPE Credits


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