The internet and digital technology have changed the world forever. No longer are we bound to the confines of four-walled office spaces. With a laptop and an internet connection, we can work anywhere, anytime. The dawn of the web brought with it more freedom and flexibility than ever before, empowering mobile workers to be more productive. However, connecting to unknown WiFi can be risky, potentially exposing your sensitive information to prying eyes.
In this course, you’ll learn how to work remotely without compromising the security of your typical office space. Know the risks, analyse them, and make informed decisions when connecting to the web on-the-spot and on-the-go.
Once you’ve completed our Remote Working module, you will know how to:
- Make informed decisions with confidence to ensure uncompromised security when working remotely
- Understand and explain the definition of a VPN, and where (and when) you need to use one
- Prepare for device loss via theft or misplacement, and how to prevent unauthorised access even from afar
- Analyse the risks posed by various public Wi-Fi networks, and how these could adversely impact information security
Working remotely doesn’t have to cause grey hairs or sleepless nights. Start this course today to get clued up on how to safely and securely work from anywhere in the world, without putting your sensitive personal information at risk.
For eLearning to be effective, it needs to be engaging (and fun). That’s why we take learners on an exciting learning journey, with additional resources they can turn to for support anytime. With interactive segments and stimulating videos throughout, Knowledge Lab makes cybersecurity education fun for all. All Knowledge Lab courses are WCAG AA compliant too.
Once your employees have completed their course, they will receive a certificate of recognition to use for potential incentives in your business.
Pricing and Licensing
One license is valid for a year from the date of purchase. Please see full terms & conditions.
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