eLearning provides organizations with the flexibility of training employees on best practices of cybersecurity and meeting corporate policy requirements for compliance.
(PRUnderground) September 24th, 2019
CertNexus has launched an eLearning course mapping to their CyberSAFE micro-credential. This self-paced offering prepares staff to identify the most common risks involved in using conventional, mobile, and cloud technologies, as well as how to protect themselves and the organization from cyber threats.
CyberSAFE eLearning provides organizations with the flexibility of training employees on best practices of cybersecurity with minimal interruption to an employee’s schedule and meeting corporate policy requirements for cybersecurity compliance. CyberSAFE eLearning is a self-paced format that includes three gated modules – the 50-minute course includes cybersecurity best practices for end users, scenario-based assessments, knowledge checks, and downloadable resources along with outlines, course transcripts and glossary. Upon successful completion of the course, learners will receive their CyberSAFE credential and badge.
“We know that security is the responsibility of everyone in the organization – not just the Security department, and is the reason we developed CyberSAFE,” said Megan Branch, Chief Product Officer, CertNexus. “We’re excited to offer organizations another option for security awareness training, which validates their staff’s understanding through the CyberSAFE micro-credential and help combat against the growing number of threats.
For more information, please visit https://certnexus.com/certification/cybersafe/
CertNexus is the global purveyor of vendor neutral, emerging technology certifications and micro-credentials for IT, Business and Security professionals. CertNexus’ exams meet the most robust, rigorous development standards possible which outline a global framework for developing personnel certification programs. CertNexus partners with highly knowledgeable and talented industry experts during development to ensure the integrity and quality of each exam with many of the exams conforming to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 170204:2012 standard. For more information, connect with CertNexus at https://www.certnexus.comPress Contact
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