Do you know how to spot and avoid a Phishing attack?
QECUK Certification in association with Lorators brings you this short course designed to raise awareness of the methods and consequences of Phishing attacks in the workplace and beyond.
Advances in technology increases the risk of data breaches and cyber-attacks, and everyone has a responsibility to maintain good cyber security habits.
Phishing attacks are becoming increasingly common, and can often be difficult to spot without the knowledge of what to look for.
This short course takes just a few minutes to complete, and covers:
- what phishing is,
- the different types of phishing,
- how to spot phishing emails,
- what to do if you get one,
- what to do if you accidentally click on a link.
Many of the points raised are common sense and few will come as new information. The benefit of a course such as this is that is allows you to reinforce and consolidate what you already know so that the information becomes second nature.
About QEC Certification
QECUK is the UK agency of QEC Certification which forms part of SN Registrars (Holdings) Ltd, the UKAS Accredited certification body. QEC provides impartial ISO Certification and therefore does not provide management system consultancy or advice.
For further information or assistance with the certification process, contact QECUK
Lorators is a Learning and Development brand and part of Assent. We provide eLearning content and training on ISO management systems and other subjects.
Through our consultancy arm, Assent Risk Management, we can help you implement management systems and ISO certifications to improve and manage your information security and cyber security requirements.
For further information on training or the requirements of ISO and management systems, contact Assent.
Suitable for: all levels, functions, and experience levels.
Advances in technology increases the risk of data breaches and cyber-attacks. One of the common attacks to protect against is Phishing. It’s important to understand exactly what phishing is in order to identify it and prevent attacks.
This short course takes just a few minutes to complete but the benefits to personal information security and the security of information within a business will continue long into the future.
The lessons cover what phishing is, the different types of phishing, how to spot phishing emails, what to do if you get one, and what to do if you accidentally click on a link.
This course was researched and written by a member of our team, Lauren Tobin, to share with all the members of our organisation, and we want to share it with you as one of our free short courses.
We can help you with your information Security. See our website https://www.assentriskmanagement.co.uk