Cybersecurity 2 – Physical Cyber – Attacks

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A physical cyber-attack causes computer hardware or data availability to be disrupted, damaged, or destroyed. If the cyber-attack is successful, cybercriminals will be able to steal financial information such as bank account numbers, payment card information, causing significant damage to the organization as well as a potential loss of millions of dollars. Let’s take a look at how store employees, managers, and supervisors may safeguard their business against physical cyber-attacks.

This course has the following objectives:

  • Define a physical cyber-attack
  • Identify employee responsibilities in physical security
  • Describe IT policies that prevent physical cyber-attacks
  • List physical security countermeasures

Course Duration: 10m

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Cybersecurity 2 – Physical Cyber – Attacks

Illustration of blocks moving, a ladder and a magnifying glass.

A physical cyber-attack causes computer hardware or data availability to be disrupted, damaged, or destroyed. If the cyber-attack is successful, cybercriminals will be able to steal financial information such as bank account numbers, payment card information, causing significant damage to the organization as well as a potential loss of millions of dollars. Let’s take a look at how store employees, managers, and supervisors may safeguard their business against physical cyber-attacks.

This course has the following objectives:

  • Define a physical cyber-attack
  • Identify employee responsibilities in physical security
  • Describe IT policies that prevent physical cyber-attacks
  • List physical security countermeasures

Course Duration: 10m

Go To Course