The visual above shows how the courses for the security awareness track build on one another to steadily expand competence in this specialization. This link will take you to an overview of all Mile2 courses.
This course expands upon C)SA1 to further improve trainees ability to maintain a secure network enviroment.
The mile2, vendor neutral, Certified Security Awareness 2, C)SA2, course is to help the student take organizational cyber awareness to the next level. Attendees will understand the security threats that are associated within a company culture. The C)SA2 course provide lower and executive management a window as to the techniques of malicious hackers as well as the counter response controls management can implement to detour a major compromise. The C)SA2 course focuses on creating a sober-minded security culture, which includes leadership skills, management roles organizational training drills, organizational targeted assets/IP, compliance models, incidence mitigation policies, crises management roles and global laws and standards. The mile2 C)SA2 course is innovative and every manager and executive team member should cover these course topics. This class will provide the attendee skills necessary to better understand an attack, how to train people to identify an attack but most importantly: how to train internal targets so that the CSA1 & CSA2 training is effective.
- Online Video
- Electronic Book(Workbook/Lab guide)
- Exam Prep Questions
A student needs to meet the following prequisites in order to fully benefit from the course:
- None, This is an entry level course.
Who should attend
This course was designed for the benefit of the following organization roles:
- End User
- Company Employee
- Basic Computer User
Upon completion, the Certified Security Awareness 2 candidate will understand basic cybersecurity knowledge to keep companies’ IP and IT infrastructure safe.
- Chapter 1: Creating a Cyber Security Culture
- Chapter 2: Social Engineer Attacks: Executive Management and Assets
- Chapter 3: Incident Preparedness and Management Planning
- Chapter 4: Laws and Global Compliance Standards