Cybersecurity Beyond the Workplace: Security at Home
The task of keeping data secure does not end in the office. Now that the Internet is an integral part of daily life — for watching movies, paying bills, or shopping online — it’s also important to secure the digital devices at home. After all, according to a recent survey by the Pew Research Center, 64 percent of Americans have said they’ve personally experienced a major data breach. Also, a Norton survey of Internet users in 20 countries showed that 54 percent experienced cybercrime.
This course explains what motivates hackers to attack home networks, what vulnerabilities they can exploit, and what users can do to eliminate those vulnerabilities. It teaches how to secure all types of personal devices: routers, computers, printers, and IoT equipment.