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Online Cyber Bootcamp

Gain hands-on training in security fundamentals and advanced Cybersecurity skills with the online Cybersecurity Bootcamp from QQTAVE Find out more about the Skills Bootcamp in Cyber Security Fundamentals and how it could benefit your workplace. You will develop knowledge in areas such as the cyber threat landscape, organisational cyber culture and incident response and digital forensics.

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Frequently Asked Questions

As a leading provider of eLearning courses, our experts are often asked about Cyber Security. We've collected some of those questions and answered them for you below..

A data breach occurs when a company’s cyber security measures are compromised which allows unauthorised access of information. It can be incredibly damaging to a businesses reputation as well as consumers if their information has been taken. Companies are legally required to have measures in place to protect personal data and must notify anyone that may be affected by a possible breach.

.Malware is malicious software. Once into a system, malware can cause harm or disruption or steal information. It can get into your system if a user clicks on a link or opens a malicious attachment in an email for example. 

Criminals want to trick you into giving your information to them – this is known as phishing. They’re hoping that you’ll click on fake links to sites or open attachments, so they can steal data or install malicious software. Malicious emails account for nearly three quarters of security breaches or attacks. It’s often a good idea to pass round screenshots of any phishing emails that have been received by staff to make sure everyone is aware of them and can more easily identify any future suspicious emails.

They should be disposed of securely to ensure that it’s impossible to retrieve any data they hold. You may need to use a professional data disposal service to do this for you.

Storage devices include laptops, smartphones, USB devices, portable storage, servers and digital recorders for example.