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Cybersecurity Foundations Course

This course equips you with the foundational knowledge and practical skills to create engaging and interactive websites.

Course Overview:

  • Designed for beginners: No prior cybersecurity experience is required.
  • Learn from industry experts: Gain valuable insights from experienced cybersecurity professionals.
  • Interactive and engaging: Apply your knowledge through hands-on activities and real-world scenarios.
  • Build a solid foundation: Prepare for further exploration in cybersecurity or other IT fields.

What you will learn:

Understanding Computing Devices:
  • Identify different types of computing devices (desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones) and their components.
  • Explore the functions of operating systems (OS) and their role in device management.
Operating System Fundamentals:
  • Learn basic OS navigation and configuration skills.
  • Understand common troubleshooting techniques for system issues.
Demystifying System Components:
  • Gain insights into the essential hardware and software components that make up a computer system.
  • Discover the functionalities of processors, memory, storage, and network interfaces.
Connecting with the World:
  • Explore different types of device interfaces (USB, HDMI, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth) and their purposes.
  • Understand the principles of connecting to networks, both wired and wireless.
Peripheral and Storage Essentials:
  • Learn about various peripheral devices (printers, scanners, external drives) and their functionalities.
  • Explore different storage types (hard disk drives, solid-state drives, cloud storage) and their advantages.
Secure Web Browsing Habits:
  • Develop safe browsing practices to protect yourself from online threats.
  • Learn how to identify and avoid phishing scams and malware.
Shared Storage Security:
  • Understand the risks and best practices associated with shared storage environments (cloud storage, network drives).
  • Learn to implement security measures for shared resources.
Cybersecurity Best Practices:
  • Develop a strong foundation in cybersecurity principles for personal and professional use.
  • Explore critical concepts like password hygiene, data encryption, and system updates.
Access Control Fundamentals:
  • Understand the importance of access control in securing systems and data.
  • Learn about different types of access control methods (passwords, multi-factor authentication).