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High Impact Security Education                                                          

Social engineering - the practice of manipulating people into disclosing confidential data - is a significant business risk that can result in financial liability and devastate a company's reputation. System issues and employee and third-party negligence also  cause security breaches. Digital Defense is helping companies protect vital business data with SecurED, an  engaging training program that delivers expert information - with a dash of humor to make it fun and  memorable - dramatically strengthening employee awareness and building a culture of security.

Employees can access the 12 SecurED modules - anytime from anywhere - desktop, laptop or mobile device. Topics cover important security best practices surrounding Password Development & Security, Remote Social Engineering, Mobile Device Security... and more!






Hosted Solution

For orginizations wanting to streamline the delivery of the SecurED program, Digital Defense is offering CoursePacks - training delivered on a hosted platform via a bundle of "Course Starts", the mechanism for when a learner begins a SecurED module. More

Content Bundles Now Available:


Organizations can save money on security training that will help train, educate and reinforce a security aware employee base. More


Training Module Packages Include:

  • Training videos for easy viewing on PC, tablet and mobile devices
  • Test questions
  • Program marketing communications
  • Break-room reminder posters


  • Acceptable Use of Computer Systems
  • Installing Software from Unknown Sources
  • Mobile Device Security
  • Onsite Social Engineering
  • Password Development and Security 
  • Physical Security
  • Preventing Virus and Malware Outbreaks 
  • Remote Social Engineering
  • Safe Web Browsing
  • Securing Protected Data
  • Social Media Dangers
  • Using Cloud Services Safely


Alert Center

12/19/2014 » CVE-2014-8902
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the Blog Portlet in IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1.0 through CF27, 6.1.5 through CF27, 7.0.0 through CF29, 8.0.0 through CF14, and 8.5.0 before CF04 allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via a crafted URL. [READ ME]

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