Consequences of Cybercrime

Educate your employees on how cybercrime occurs and how to mitigate the risks

Key Learning Points:

  • What are the tactics used by cybercriminals
  • What are the consequences of cybercrime on individuals
  • How do cybercriminals target businesses
  • How does cybercrime affect reputation and customer trust
  • What is the impact of cybercrime on employees

Course Overview

This microlearning course on Consequences of Cybercrime is designed to raise awareness on how cybercriminals target individuals and organisations.

Delivered in a powerful, video format, this microlearning course enables learners to gain a deeper understanding of the tactics used by cybercriminals and the breaches in information security which occur as a result of cybercrime.

Learn the importance of information security, the impact of cybercrime on organisations and their impact on employees and individuals alike.

Course Details

  • Engaging microlearning format
  • Certificate on completion
  • Course can be tailored to meet your specific requirements

Course Contents

This course is published by Cylix

Tailored versions of the courses are available for the following sectors

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The Assessment

This course does not have an assessment.

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Exchange rates are updated regularly but are only intended as a guide. Prices are based on a 2 year contract.

The Importance of Information and Cyber Security Training:

Breaches in information security due to cybercrime such as ransomware, phishing and identity theft, continue to affect many businesses worldwide. Organisations risk compromising valuable business information and customer personal data, leading to financial and legal risks that can negatively impact customers trust and company reputation. Cybercrime can also destabilise day-to-day business operations, affecting productivity and damaging company finances, share price and investor confidence. Make sure you are educating your employees on cybercrime and the tactics used by cybercriminals so that employees can confidently make the right decisions and mitigate the threat of cybercrime.

FAQ's

If you have any questions that are not covered here, please get in touch.

Cybercrime is a type of online criminal activity where hackers and cybercriminals use digital means such as computers and networks to target and steal personal and business information. Cybercrime can be carried out by individuals or organisations. It is often hard to track cybercriminals down due to the anonymity offered by the world wide web.

For businesses, a phishing attack is a fairly common type of cybercrime where cybercriminals use email or malicious links to target employees and business information. Cybercrime targeting individuals include online credential breach, credit or debit card fraud and identity theft, all of which are designed to steal an individual’s personal details for financial gains.

Recent phishing attacks on businesses have involved ransomware which are designed to restrict access to business information in exchange for a financial ransom. Cybercrime also risks customer data and affects systems and networks which often take time to restore and get back up running. A successful cyber-attack can thus cause massive financial loss to business, reputation damage, disruption to day-to-day operations and breach of customer trust.

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