Security Awareness EducationSecurED® Educate. Entertain. Engage

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

Modules:

  • 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

09/12/2014 » CVE-2014-5883
The 7-ELEVEN (aka ecowork.seven) application 2.08.000 for Android does not verify X.509 certificates from SSL servers, which allows man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof servers and obtain sensitive information via a crafted certificate. [READ ME]

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