Cyber Security Ed For Home
Do You Know The Differences Between Cyber Security And IT?
->IT is responsible for your infrastructure.
->Cybersecurity is responsible for your data transit security.
Including finding vulnerabilities on websites, email systems & your work or home network.
**Save Up To $150 Per Year From Your Cable Company And Get Better Cyber Security Protection**
Most household in the USA today has a WiFi device installed in it to give families the comfort and convenience of watching a movie online, paying bills, kids playing video games and smart refrigerators and doorbells to alert you if someone comes to your door.
Most consumers are not aware that they may be paying thousands of dollars for gadget security like cameras, but maybe paying little or no attention to the device that allows you to enjoy all the fun electronic devices.
Well in this online course you will learn the importance of this device and how you can protect it and possibly your family identity from hackers who are stealing billions of records and dollars from these devices.
Your router is in the top five most important things or devices in your home. Yet most people pay very little attention to it. Most people’s concern is whether or not their kids can play their games or they can pay bills once per month. Hackers are fully aware most people don’t know or care much about this extremely important device which makes things perfect for them They can hijack your router from the internet and take their time and steal all your data without anyone ever knowing they were there.
This device (WiFi router) controls access to your home Wi-Fi network and through that all of your phones, tablets, laptops, and more. If someone else gains access to that network—whether a remote hacker or your next-door neighbor—it can be quick work to compromise those devices.
As per the Department of Homeland Security
“How is broadband access different from the network I use at work?
Corporate and government networks are typically protected by many layers of security, ranging from network firewalls to encryption. Also, they usually have support staff who maintain the security and availability of these network connections.
Although your ISP is responsible for maintaining the services they provide to you, you probably won’t have dedicated staff on hand to manage and operate your home network. You are ultimately responsible for your computers. As a result, it is up to you to take reasonable precautions to secure your computers from accidental or intentional misuse”.
So how can you secure your router to make sure your data is safe?
Which router do we recommend that comes with built-in software to protect your data?
Which router models we have used and recommended to our customers?
Which router can you add additional security measures to enhance their out of box security?
What type of malicious activities do they block?
Would you like to save money monthly by eliminating Wi-Fi fees as much as $15 per month?
If you would like to do these for your home, this is the course for you.
Cyber Education is here to help!