Cyber Security Course for Beginners – Level 01
Learn the Security Fundamentals required for your everyday online presence.
Created by FourthWall Technologies - A new age Cyber Security Firm
Students: 110359, Price: Free
Cyber Security is one in every of cutting-edge most up to date profession fields. This course will provide a wide overview of Cyber Security concepts and practices. Beginning with underlying fundamentals of cyber security, additional lessons discover centre technologies along with encryption, sandboxing, and antiviruses. Securing your Wordpress website and your online identity is likewise featured, as are secure online transactions, email security, and how to conduct cyber activities.
The course unfolds over 15 video training and supplemental substances.We will be constantly adding new videos into this Course. Videos include the understanding of the security concepts and talk on making the non-technical users of the internet understand the realm of cyber security and understand how to protect their online identity. The Studying is self-paced, however the complete series may be experienced in about one weeks. And moreover we have made sure to add topics that would help the general public to understand the basics of Cyber Security in order to protect themselves from the predators of the internet.
So You Want to be a Network Engineer?
Find out which IT certification is right for you with these sample lessons. From beginner to advanced.
Created by Paul Browning - Cisco Engineer and Internet Entrepreneur
Students: 99659, Price: Free
If you are looking to make a career change into IT or get ahead in your current IT role you need to get certified. But which career path is for you? Network support, desktop support, core router and switch support, voice networking, security engineer...the choice is overwhelming.
This series of taster lessons will let you dip your toes into a large number of courses to see which one you like the best. The courses take you from beginner level (A+ to up advanced with Cisco CCNP).
[NEW] Cyber Security 2020
web security and clever attacks, defenses, and techniques for writing secure code
Created by Daniel Arzuaga - Daniel Arzuaga: Programer, Dr, Esq, Chief Engineer at NASA
Students: 47135, Price: Free
This course is a comprehensive overview of web security. The goal is to build an understanding of the most common web attacks and their countermeasures. Given the pervasive insecurity of the modern web landscape, there is a pressing need for programmers and system designers improve their understanding of web security issues.
We'll be covering the fundamentals as well as the state-of-the-art in web security.
Security Awareness Campaigns (Lite)
This is the "lite" version of Security Awareness Campaigns and is meant to give you an idea of the full course.
Created by Michael Goedeker - Cyber Security Researcher, Speaker & Trainer, M.Sc. CISSP
Students: 38109, Price: Free
Security Awareness Campaigns is about the components and reality of what makes awareness campaigns successful and which components are needed in it. This course will cover the basics of a security awareness campaign that is aimed at increasing security levels by addressing social engineering attacks and communicating the basics of awareness and threats companies face today.
Learn the basic concepts of security awareness campaigns, quickly and easily!
This course goes through relevant research into successful and failed attempts at increasing awareness, also going through complex standards and making them simple and easy to understand.
The full version gives you research, tips and information you need to be successful in creating your own security awareness campaign.
There are over 22 lectures in the full version that cover:
- Introduction to security awareness campaigns
- What components are needed
- Security Drivers
- Vulnerabilities that companies face
- Business value of campaigns
- Components of the awareness campaign
- Security Policy
- Laptop and Desktop
- Mobile Devices
- Data Security and Encryption
- Incident Response
- Change Management
- Security Organization
- How awareness mitigates risks
- Practical examples of how awareness has stopped attacks in reality
This course goes through materials and actual projects and gives you the simple scoop on how to create great awareness campaigns that work and which elements you can use in your awareness campaign. It also goes through information that is also important for everyone to know, even if you do not create an awareness campaign, it will help you understand basic concepts.
Certified Security Analyst Training Preview
Learn the pillars of information security and need for security analysis.
Created by CyberTraining 365 - Best Selling Instructors, 70,000+ Students
Students: 28679, Price: Free
This course is designed for anyone who wants an understanding of information security analysis. More than ever, information security analysts are needed to rescue business when they have been breached as well as put in the controls and countermeasures to prevent cyber-attacks.
Learn the pillars of information security and need for security analysis.
This course will go over the following information security concepts:
- Security and Information Technology Security - Defending information from unauthorized access use, Disclosure, Disruption, Modification, Perusal, Inspection, Recording or destruction.
- Pillars of Information Security –
- Confidentiality - a state of secrecy or keeping secrets
- Integrity - protecting information from being modified by unauthorized parties.
- Authentication - It's the process of determining whether someone or something is, in fact, who or what it is or they are declared to be.
- Authorization - Authorization is the process of giving someone permission to do or have something.
- Availability - ensuring that authorized parties are able to access the information when needed.
- Non-Repudiation - ensure that a transferred message has been sent and received by the parties claiming to have sent and received the message.
- Security Analysis and the need for Security Analysis
- Concerning Elements – Theft, Fraud/Forgery, Unauthorized Information Access, Interception / Modification of Data, Data Loss.
- Major assets to protect – Your assets, your network infrastructure, your personal data, availability of your networks, your credentials.
Cybersecurity Awareness Training
Protect Against Social Engineering and Phising Scams with Social Media Security Awareness Training
Created by Eric Schwartzman - Digital Marketing Consultant
Students: 26654, Price: Free
Learn Best Practices for Stopping Data Breaches, Fraud and Identity Theft
Even the best cybersecurity software con’t stop you from choosing a weak password, clicking a bad link or installing a social networking app that snoops into your address book, calendar or geodata.
And that’s not all. With cybercrime and corporate espionage on the rise, we’ve entered the age where even private digital correspondence should be created to withstand public scrutiny. This course teaches you how.
The risks are everywhere. 11.5 million people are victims of identity fraud each year and that number is rising. And it takes 330 hours, on average, to repair the damage.
Protect yourself, your family and your work. Get this introductory course right now and learn how to safeguard your data and reputation.
Mobile Cybersecurity Awareness
Learn How to Prevent Data Breaches, Identity Theft and Fraud via Smartphones, Laptops and Tablets
Created by Eric Schwartzman - Digital Marketing Consultant
Students: 25041, Price: Free
In a world where smartphones store gigabytes or personally identifiable information, human error remains the single biggest threat to the security of your information.
Not taking the cybersecurity precautions covered in this course when you use a smartphone has become riskier than ever.
While no one is 100% secure against a mobile attack, there’s a lot you can do to discourage thieves and hackers from targeting you, your family, friends or colleagues.
All it takes is one wrong click for you to become a victim of identity theft, fraud or a data breach. If your kids, loved ones or coworkers use your mobile device, this course is for them too.
SSL/TLS Protocol and Handshake Process
Demystifying SSL/TLS protocol Handshake process
Created by Hack2Secure Training - IT Security Training
Students: 20050, Price: Free
In current world, Information is an important asset to everyone. In Business, where information plays a key role in success of any company. Business plans, customer database, product blueprints and road-maps are some of important example of information assets to any organization. At personal level, losing important files, leaked emails, passwords, misuse of Credit cards are some of the examples, which every individual fear of in free flowing world of Internet.
Information security is the collection of technologies, standards, policies and management practices that are applied to information to keep it secure. This course provides overview on some of the basic concepts laying foundation for any secure system.
Under short but precise multiple video lectures, we will talk about some of information security concepts and possible attack scenarios compromising security of the system. Some of the discussed topics are Cryptography, PKI, Digital Certificates, SSL/TLS protocols and many more.
The Practical Guide to Mac Security
How to avoid malware, keep your online accounts safe, and protect yourself from other disasters.
Created by MacMost & Gary Rosenzweig - MacMost, WP Tips and Hacks, Computer book author, Developer
Students: 19881, Price: Free
The Practical Guide to Mac Security is a complete course with 24 lessons that will enable the typical home and office Mac user to secure their Mac from dangers like malware, online account break-ins, data loss, and online scams.
The course looks at four main types of dangers. The first is preventing your online accounts from being compromised. This usually happens when weak password or simple security questions are used. The course teaches you how to create strong passwords, use password managers, use two-factor authentication and avoid pitfalls like easy-guessed security question answers.
The second danger is malware. You will learn what you should worry about when it comes to Mac malware and what not to worry about. But learning three simple rules you can protect your Mac from malware without needing any special “anti-virus” software.
Third is the danger of losing your data due to physical damage or theft. By backing up your Mac with Time Machine, using an online backup, or using cloud storage, you can avoid losing all of your data in the blink of an eye.
The last section is about social engineering dangers like fake emails, misleading websites, online scams, and other ways that malicious individuals will try to get access to your Mac or your online accounts. Simply by learning about these you will be more prepared to deal with the dangers that are prevalent throughout the online world.
This course is meant for casual Mac users who use their Macs at home or in the office. The lessons will allow you to secure your own Mac without needing to understand complicated computer techniques. it is an everyday guide for everyday Mac users.
Cybersecurity for Businesses – The Fundamental Edition
Get the knowledge you need to protect your business and reduce your risk from numerous threats targeting your company.
Created by Shon Gerber - Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and CISSP Trainer
Students: 12750, Price: Free
Are you a small business owner that is worried about being hacked? Are you confused on where to start and how to begin? Have you been looking for a course that teaches you the information/cybersecurity basics to best protect your business in a fun relaxed manner?
If so, you are going to find that this course is absolutely perfect for you!
This course is designed to give you the tools you need to begin with the task of protecting your business or company. This course can also be used as an introductory path for employees/individuals of company’s who want to start gaining knowledge toward a career in cybersecurity or information security. Understanding these key concepts is the foundation for protecting businesses of all shapes and sizes.
PERFECT FOR NOVICE OR BEGINNER
This course is designed to be primarily for students who have little to no background knowledge in the field of cybersecurity.
In the first section we will cover the differences between Small and Medium Businesses and why it is important to mitigate the risk. Lastly, we will address what is the problem and why small businesses are the target of hackers.
In section two, we will explore risk and how by understanding cyber risk for your company you can substantially reduce the potential impacts of a cyber attack.
Section three will introduce you to the primary concepts around cyber insurance and how it is important for you to understand the pros and cons of having a policy.
By the end of this course, you will have gained a significant amount of knowledge and insight that will help you best protect your business or train your employees on cybersecurity.
Introduction to Application Security (AppSec)
Learn how to build more secure software for the web, mobile, or cloud!
Created by Christophe Limpalair - Co-Founder of Cybr and developer at heart
Students: 8654, Price: Free
About the course:
Welcome to this Introduction to Application Security! Whether you are looking to lay down a solid foundation for a successful career in AppSec, or whether you're simply wanting to learn how to apply security best practices to your applications, this course is for you.
By learning how to navigate practical resources and frameworks, and by learning how to apply them to real-world applications, you will be well on your way to building more secure software. This course introduces concepts for web, mobile, and cloud apps so that you can gain exposure to all three and identify the specialty that you are most interested in.
In addition, we discuss top risks to defend against, including hands-on demonstrations of how attacks could be carried out against vulnerable applications.
While some basic programming experience is required to follow along, you definitely do not need to be a programming expert. All you really need is a strong desire to learn!
Topics we will cover together:
What AppSec is, including skill requirements for current job opportunities
OWASP resources and the NICE Framework
Critical concepts of AppSec
Threat Modeling concepts and approaches
The current state of web application security based on research and data
OWAS Top 10 Web App Risks
The current state of mobile application security based on research and data
OWASP Top 10 Mobile App Risks
The current state of cloud application security based on research and data
Cloud access control and permissions
Building secure APIs in the cloud
AppSec testing methods and concepts
Pentesting in a safe and legal environment, including example brute force, SQL injection, and XSS attacks
How to handle open-source software with known vulnerabilities
My name is Christophe Limpalair, and I have helped thousands of individuals pass IT certifications and learn how to use the cloud for their applications. I got started in IT at the age of 11 and unintentionally fell into the world of cybersecurity.
As I developed a strong interest in programming and cloud computing, my focus for the past few years has been training thousands of individuals in small, medium, and large businesses (including Fortune 500) on how to use cloud providers (such as Amazon Web Services) efficiently.
I've taught certification courses such as the AWS Certified Developer, AWS Certified SysOps Administrator, and AWS Certified DevOps Professional, as well as non-certification courses such as Lambda Deep Dive, Backup Strategies, and others.
Working with individual contributors as well as managers, I realized that most were also facing serious challenges when it came to cybersecurity.
Digging deeper, it became clear that there was a lack of training for Application Security specifically. As we explore in the course with actual research and data, most production applications in the world today contain security flaws that are identified as being in the top 10 risks by OWASP. Those security flaws can potentially be used to exploit organizations as we see in the news on a far too frequent basis.
It's time to take security into our own hands and to learn how to build more secure software in order to help make the world a safer place! Join me in the course, and we'll do just that!
I welcome you on your journey to learning more about Application Security, and I look forward to being your instructor!
Global Security Consulting University Seminars
Become a Global Security Consultant and Build Your Own Firm!
Created by Luke Bencie - Global Security Consultant
Students: 5005, Price: Free
Had a stellar public sector career in security and want to turn that into your own consultancy? Tried entering the private sector, only to find that getting work for consulting projects you're eminently qualified to do was harder than you thought?
Want to travel the globe, being paid by sheikhs and emirs to do business in Dubai?
95% of individual consultants never even gross one-million dollars in annual sales per year. This video lecture series will introduce you to security consulting from the experts that knows what it takes to close million-dollar international consulting deals.
Try the Global Security Consulting Course. I'm Luke Bencie, Managing Director of the global firm Security Management International. I can walk you through the steps I took to run my own business in security. In this course you'll learn: easy ways to increase your consulting fees, how to guarantee income by carving out a specific subniche within your field of expertise, how to start becoming a thought leader in the security industry, and more.
The Internet Security Guide
Online Security Awareness with practical solutions to better protect your online internet experience
Created by joseph khoury - Cyber Security Expert, CISSP, University Lecturer
Students: 4795, Price: Free
This course is my contribution as a Cyber Security professional to enhance the online experience of people by making it more secure.
The internet security guide is a series of online cyber security videos that severs as a security awareness tool on the internet.
The internet security guide will help anyone that uses the internet to protect and better secure his online experience by following clear and detailed step by step online security measures.
For the inexperienced user on the internet, the internet security guide provides step by step and easy to deploy security awareness recommendations.
For the experienced online user,the internet security guide provides straight forward tips and practical security awareness and I assure you that you will learn plenty of new tricks to better protect and secure yourself online.
Whether you are a grandmother, an accountant, a programmer, a university student... The internet security guide will give you important knowledge and practical measures to apply in order to better protect your identity online, secure your PC and keep your data secure online.
The internet security guide starts by introducing you to the Internet which is unfortunately not an online secure place, knowing your enemy on the internet means that you should know why hackers exist and what are the various types of malware (malicious software) you might encounter currently on the Internet.
Do you want to be able to identify the latest email phishing tricks, the different types of online scams? check the internet security guide videos.
Do you know that a hacker through social engineering tricks can control your PC or steal your online accounts easily... check the online cyber security video: social engineering tricks to learn how to secure yourself.
Do you know that by simply visiting a site, a hacker can control your PC ?!, check the internet security guide online video: Tools you need to browse the Internet securely
Do you want to know about Ransomware and how to protect yourself from this new trendy malware, check the internet security guide : secure yourself from ransomware video
You do not want someone to steal your Facebook account and starting posting on your behalf for sure, check the internet security guide: How to create and manage your passwords
You do not want someone to share your wireless internet connection at home or spy on what your are doing on your wireless network at home do you ? check the online cyber security video: Step by Step guide to secure your wireless home network
you do not want someone to steal your credit card number when you are buying online, so please check the secure online shopping guide video.
The internet security guide provides also a detailed list of all useful web links and tools needed to secure your online experience, your identity and your data
The internet security guide: online security videos provides direct examples and direct solutions to the attacks faced on the internet, although the tools are more Windows OS oriented, It is meant for anybody who wants to enhance his or her security knowledge and awareness online using any device. I hope you will benefit from it as much as I enjoyed recording it.
Cyber Security: The Ultimate Beginner’s Handbook
Best FIT with simple REALTIME Examples. Topic includes Parenting in Digital Age, Child's use, Cyber Crimes & Remedies.
Created by Balakrishnan V - Leading Information Security Trainer
Students: 4520, Price: Free
What would you like to learn?
Introduction to Cyber Security:
What is cyber security?
Why you need to know ?
What is Computer, Information and Cyber Security?
Basic Principles of Cyber Security
Information Assets and Information Asset Owner
Cyber Security Threats:
Hacker and Predators
Malware, Spyware, Ransomware
Keyloggers and Trojan Horse
Bot and Botnets
DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service)
Mitigate Cyber Security Risks and Protect your Data:
Keep Software up to date
Install Antivirus protection software
Backup critical data
Educate the Employees
Cyber Security Policies for Employees
Outsourcing key cyber security functions
Secure your infra structure
Implement MFA (Multi Factor Authentication)
Be safe and Vigilant:
Browser Safety Threats
Online Ticket Booking
Social media like Facebook, Whtsapp
Parenting in Digital Age
Cyber Bullying/ Cyber Harassment
Other Cyber Security Hygiene
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery:
Data backup, storage, restoration
Highly demandable Cyber Security Jobs
I assume you are a beginner. I am very much confident that you will be loaded with enough information about cyber security while working on computer or any devices connected with internet.
You may also start your career in cyber security as a beginner after completing this.
Cybersecurity 101: Adopting A Security Mindset
Learn about cybersecurity!
Created by Jordan Sauchuk - Senior AI Advisor & Cybersecurity Engineer
Students: 3648, Price: Free
Every cybersecurity engineer, analyst, penetration tester, or operator within the domain all have learned core concepts throughout their career, but these concepts can range depending on the area of expertise. For those interested in working in this field, or who want to apply cybersecurity knowledge to their careers, it can be a challenge to start with some foundational material.
Enter Cybersecurity 101: Adopting A Security Mindset. Led by AI & Cybersecurity expert Jordan Sauchuk, this course is designed to get you up to speed with core and foundational cybersecurity material. It's intended to help get you started thinking with a security mindset and to keep cybersecurity principles in mind, no matter the domain that you work in. You will also be able to obtain hands experience setting up, deploying, and finding a vulnerability in a Capture The Flag exercise or CTF.
Your Cybersecurity 101 path will cover the following steps:
A foundational intro to cybersecurity terms
Core areas to help you become familiar with different operations
Setting up your very own CTF
Discovering a vulnerability/flag in a CTF
This is a completely free course to help you get started, and you will find useful information throughout each lecture and section.
Are you ready to start your path toward a cybersecurity career or to deploy cybersecurity skills to your job? Enroll now completely free!
See you in the classroom.
Cyber Security Training for Absolute Beginners
Understand the Cybersecurity Industry. Learn about various Job Roles, Certifications, Salaries & Career Paths
Created by Irfan Shakeel - Cyber Security Trainer
Students: 2320, Price: Free
This “Cybersecurity training course for beginners” does not discuss ethical hacking tools or tips. Instead, it focuses on cybersecurity industry and the steps to excel in the Cyber security industry. Learners will understand the entire industry, and they will also learn about the most desirable and sought-after skills.
First of all, it discusses the concept of cybersecurity, and how it is different than ethical hacking and information security. Learners will learn the CIA triad, 2A’s, non-repudiation, and other core concepts; then, it discusses the top 10 cybersecurity job roles, salaries, and the required certifications to get on these positions. Additionally, understand the idea of information protection, and how it goes along with cybersecurity. Also, it covers how physical security incorporates with the cybersecurity strategy and plans.
Apprentices will explore the tools and techniques to analyze cybersecurity job market; they will also learn to position them accordingly. The course discusses the concept of mentoring and networking; it also focuses on the core skills that an individual must possess to grow in this industry.
Finally, the roadmap will be discussed with learners; they will learn how to reshape their cybersecurity careers. Apart from this, this course lets learners connect and share the learning. It’s a win-win for everyone.
Cyber Security Training Course
This is an average guide for Apple and Windows users on how to maximize your device & browser security settings.
Created by Tony Espinosa - I'm passionate about education and shared learning.
Students: 1998, Price: Free
In this course you will learn about Firewalls, Data Encryption, Two Factor Verification, Algebraic Passwords and Disabling Old Internet Devices. The purpose is to help users learn how to increase their security by changing their device and browser security settings.
There are 5 short modules, a competency test and a survey.
The test will measure your abilities to implement the security solutions and it will test the effectiveness of this training course.
Afterwards theres a short survey, please fill it out so I can receive feedback specific to cyber security.
Thank you for choosing this training course and have a great day!
Cloud Security Architecture – An introduction
Basics of cloud security architecture and how you can create a security architecture for your own cloud solutions.
Created by Aksel Bruun - Cloud Security Architect
Students: 1167, Price: Free
This course gives an introduction to security architecture for the cloud. You as a cloud consumer must be able to docment, create and govern your security architecture. The purpose of security architecture work is to protect your data and services in the cloud from potential misuse from hackers and other unauthorized individuals. You have to know what the cloud service provider will do to protect you and what you have to take responsibility for yourself.
This course will teach you what type of focus you need when you start creating a security architecture and what steps you must complete in order to implement and document the security architecture you need for your cloud solutions The course will not go into cloud vendor sepcific details but point to relevant resources for further learning.
Did you know that, according to Gartner, through 2025, 99% of cloud security failures will be the customers fault?
Cloud misconfiguration is considered one of the highest ranking risks for cloud services and has already led to the exposure of billions of data records. This risk can be lowered considerable when having a structured approach to security architecture for the cloud and should the primary objective of completing this course.
Shared responsibility model
Methodology and frameworks
Strategy, scope and context
Logical security architecture
Implementation and best practices
Introduction to Information Security
Information Security and Cryptography
Created by Mariyam Ejaz Maniyar - Academician
Students: 692, Price: Free
Information Security is not only about securing information from unauthorized access. Information Security is basically the practice of preventing unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, inspection, recording or destruction of information.
Information can be physical or electronic one. Information can be anything like Your details or we can say your profile on social media, your data in mobile phone, your bio-metrics etc. Thus Information Security spans so many research areas like Cryptography, Mobile Computing, Cyber Forensics, Online Social Media etc.
Information Security programs are build around 3 objectives, commonly known as CIA – Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability.
Cryptography is a method of protecting information and communications through the use of codes, so that only those for whom the information is intended can read and process it. The prefix "crypt-" means "hidden" or "vault" -- and the suffix "-graphy" stands for "writing." This short course will run you through few of most important cryptographic protocols.
Confidentiality – means information is not disclosed to unauthorized individuals, entities and process. For example if we say I have a password for my Gmail account but someone saw while I was doing a login into Gmail account. In that case my password has been compromised and Confidentiality has been breached.
Integrity – means maintaining accuracy and completeness of data. This means data cannot be edited in an unauthorized way. For example if an employee leaves an organisation then in that case data for that employee in all departments like accounts, should be updated to reflect status to JOB LEFT so that data is complete and accurate and in addition to this only authorized person should be allowed to edit employee data.
Availability – means information must be available when needed. For example if one needs to access information of a particular employee to check whether employee has outstanded the number of leaves, in that case it requires collaboration from different organizational teams like network operations, development operations, incident response and policy/change management.
Denial of service attack is one of the factor that can hamper the availability of information.
Learn About Foundational Knowledge to Start an IT Career
Know basics of IT including Hardware, Software, Application, Network, Database and etc.
Created by Aiyaz Uddin - Staffing, Sales, Recruitment, Online Marketing, & Branding
Students: 152, Price: Free
Information Technology is one of the fastest-growing industry and the demand for IT professionals are on the rise. To make informed decisions and decisions that serve the purpose requires information about different paths and components of information technology. The student will go through a knowledge base learning on Information technology and will know different roles within each of the sides of the industry and how to begin your career in information technology on the side of your interest such as development, administration, support, helpdesk, networking, content writing, and etc.
This course is helpful for all students who are studying IT or who are willing to get into IT and know the career paths and how they can develop their career in the field of Information Technology.
In this course, we are going to discuss what consist of information technology.
· Software and its types
· Hardware and its types
· Web Applications and Its Types
· Security and Its Types
· Databases and Its Types
· IT Communication and Its Types
· Servers and Its Types
· Internet and Its Types
· Network and its Types
· and IT Support
This course is not for Experienced Professionals or Developers or Programmers
This course is for students who are beginners and would like to understand IT and basic foundational knowledge of Information Technology.