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Internet and Computer Security: Protect Yourself Online!
More and more of our services are being moved online. There's no denying it, the digital age is upon us!
 
With so much of our information being stored online, the potential for identity theft has never been higher.
 
What are you doing about it?
 
Many people out there who have not kept up with the times. Meanwhile, online thieves have gotten craftier and more daring.
 
This course will teach you numerous ways of protecting yourself online. You won't just learn about how to install antivirus and antispyware software either, this course isn't that simple.
 
You're going to learn tips and tricks that will change the way you use your computer, email, social media and other connected devices.
 
The course throws you straight into the thick of things by working on your most important defensive measure: your password. Learn to create strong, memorable and secure passwords that you won't have to worry about again.
 
Then progress onto antivirus, antimalware and a growing list of tips and tricks.
 
Most importantly, as the world of Internet Security ever changes, so too will this course. New tips, tricks, contents and guides will be added over time, some even removed as the content becomes obsolete.
 
It doesn't matter whether you're a novice or a pro, if you're serious (and you damn well should be!) about your online security, this course is for you. It could very well be the thing that prevents your identity, money or accounts being stolen!
 
What are the requirements?
  • A device with an Internet connection. That's all you need to potentially be scammed so that's all you need for this course!
  • What am I going to get from this course?
  • Learn best practices for keeping safe online
  • Identify untrustworthy sources on the Internet
  • Create and commit complex passwords to memory
  • Learn which software is necessary to keep your devices protected
What is the target audience?
This course is intended for anyone who takes the privacy of their personal information seriously.
People who want to learn how to avoid being affected by identity theft.
Anyone who's overwhelmed by the complexity of Internet Security
 
Click HERE for the Course Outline.
 
Use Coupon Code: PROGRESO30 for 30% discount.
 
 

 

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