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Cyber Security in the GC and Online Exposure (I227)


Type: Online
Duration: 04:00 hours
Status: Active

Employees working in an online environment are expected to effectively manage the risk of exposing their work or accounts to potential security threats. This course provides an overview of the cyber security landscape and the essentials of how to protect classified and sensitive information on Government of Canada networks. Participants will learn to assess their digital footprint and identify potential privacy threats associated with their online activities.

Topics include:

  • increasing awareness of cyber security concerns
  • identifying tools and procedures to enhance digital privacy
  • providing a forward outlook on security countermeasures


This course was designed by the Cyber Centre Learning Hub at the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security. The course has a cost of $500, which is payable through the Cyber Centre Learning Hub.

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  • Topics: Information management; Information technologies; Security
  • Community: Assistant Deputy Ministers; Directors; Directors General; Employees; Executives; Managers; Supervisors
  • Audience: Information management specialists; Information technologies specialists; Security specialists
  • Business line: Digital Academy
  • Provider: Government of Canada

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