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Frank Abagnale Cyber Academy

Learn cybersecurity from the Father of Social Engineering

14 online cybersecurity education courses available for free

We're providing our Frank Abagnale Cyber Academy, part of our ThreatAdvice Cybersecurity Education solution, for FREE! Use this video series from the "Father of Social Engineering" to educate yourself and then share the information with your employees so each person can do his or her part to keep your business cyber safe!

Access the Full Frank Abagnale Cyber Academy

Courses included:

  • Public WiFi
  • Internet of Things Devices
  • The "Dark Web"
  • Social Media
  • Cyber Insurance
  • Mobile Device Security
  • Third Party Vendors
  • How to Spot a Phishing Email
  • How to Respond to Ransomware
  • Cypto-Jacking
  • Smishing
  • Internet Security While Traveling
  • Vishing
  • Strong Passwords

 

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