Training Your Employees on Cybersecurity Skills

Originally offered April 26, 2018

Duration: 60 minutes

CPE Credit: 1

Description: The biggest threats to a company’s cybersecurity are poor security practices by its own employees. Historically, hackers have exploited software flaws to break into computers and computer networks. However, in recent years effective anti-virus and transaction monitoring software, coupled with IT personnel assigned to maintain up-to-date software patches, have made individual employees some of the weakest security links. This webinar will show you how to train your staff to protect themselves and your company from a broad range of cyberattacks.

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Course Level: Basic

Prerequisite: None

Advanced Preparation: None 

Delivery Format: Group Internet Based

You Will Learn How To:

  • Distinguish the seven types of hackers
  • Identify the four key defenses against hackers
  • Assess the ways viruses, malware and ransomware get into a computer or network
  • Choose hard-to-crack but easy-to-remember passwords
  • Recognize phishing attacks, what they are and how to detect them
  • Recognize social engineering tricks, how hackers trick employees into giving them access and how to respond


Walt Denekas, CFE                                                         

Sawtooth Forensics LLC

Walt Denekas, CFE has spent much of his career managing IT operations, either directly or indirectly as a corporate CFO. He is also a Certified Management Accountant, a registered professional engineer, and a Certified Turnaround Practitioner. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from California Institute of Technology in Information Science and a Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology.

Sponsored by the ACFE®

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