This course will teach you the fundamentals of protecting
yourself, your family and your organization from common
cybersecurity threats, both at work and at home. It will explain
common cybersecurity tools, habits and practices in an accessible
manner and enable you to make informed choices when encountering
cybersecurity risks; including malware and phishing.
- Identify common techniques used by malicious agents to obtain
information or disguise their identity and presence.
- Understand what a digital footprint is and how to assess
- Understand the cybersecurity practices recommended by NZCERT
(New Zealand Computer Emergency Response Team) and ASD (Australian
- Use a variety of tools, including application whitelisting and
password managers, to minimize your risk to cyber-attacks.
This Cyber-awareness course is suitable for all staff members
within an organization, and does not require any existing technical
knowledge or expertise. It is particularly beneficial to those who
may be specific targets for cyberattacks such as executives and
managers, assistants and financial staff.
Know basic computer terminology and functions (such as Microsoft
office tools, sending emails)
This course is run in partnership with Cyber Toa - Cyber