Cybersecurity Lecture and Education

Located in Vancouver, we provide education to businesses and individuals about the safe practices of using company computer and the best practices of cybersecurity, and will teach employees how to detect, avoid and prevent problems from happening in the first place.

Each year, businesses lose millions of dollars of lost sales, productivity and to scammers as a result of employees mistakes in allowing viruses, malwares, ransomware, etc onto company’s computers. Employees can accidentally fall into phishing scams, or social engineering scams, provide personal information to fraudsters to commit crimes, or accidentally click on links that downloads viruses or ransomware onto computers, which consequently will cause loss of data, stolen data or locking of data until a ransom is paid.

  • We use PowerPoint slides in our lectures to teach employees the best practices of Cybersecurity
  • Our lectures contains real life examples of scams and phishing scams so that employees know what to expect and how to act when they see these scams
  • We teach techniques on how to detect if the email is a scam or not and how not to click on anything that is suspicious
  • We provide examples of Social engineering attacks and phishing scams and how to avoid falling prey to them
  • We will explain why it is important to use different complex passwords for different websites, and provide guidance on using a password manager to remember all these different passwords.

Each lecture is about an hour long and we can go to the company’s or individual’s location to teach. Alternatively, teaching over Zoom virtually is available.

Each session is about 1-1.5 hours long

Classes are taught at business location or on Zoom

Current real life examples are used and explained

The topics of the lecture will involve:

  • Introduction to Cybersecurity – Why it is important to practice computing security to avoid fraud, impersonation, and to prevent falling into scams
  • Password management – Why it is important to use different complex passwords on different websites and using a password manager to help
  • Security practices – Practices in keeping the computers secure such as locking the screen when unattended, turning on Lost my Phone feature, etc
  • Computer security – Installing anti-virus software and educating users to only allow administrators to install software, and to only download and use reputable software that is safe and legitimate for business use
  • Email and phone security – Educating users how to spot phishing scams and fake content on email and SMS, knowing how to identify if it is a true sender or not, identifying fake un-authentic links and not to click on those links, and understanding that email is unencrypted and unsecure
  • Email encryption – We can teach businesses and users how to implement a secure email system by exchanging public key from private encrypted key so that users can exchange emails in an encrypted secure way
  • Browser and internet safety – Knowing how to browse the internet safely, identifying reputable websites, understanding HTTPS protocols, knowing how to use public WiFi safely, understanding the built in browser security features users can activate, downloading programs from reputable, direct, authentic websites

If your company likes to invite us for a lecture, please contact us for further details and to make further arrangements and to see how our education can benefit your business’s security.