Cyber Crime is estimated to cost businesses and individuals around $ 600 billion over past years, and at present is considered to cost between $3 to $4 billion per annum.
And, it is on the increase!
As technology advances, and more and more information is put on the Internet and Social Media, so does crime associated with it increase.
The Internet is a huge part of our daily lives, and we take it for granted, listening to music on it, reading books on it, and watching TV on it, and of course, using it to communicate and save and share data.
We also shop, organise our lives, and complete important daily tasks like paying bills and managing our bank accounts.
So, the internet is really important to most of us. And so it has become increasingly attractive to Cyber Criminals, who want access to your financial, personal and social data. All of this, if harvested is worth a lot of money from fraud, identity theft to on-selling the data to others.
CyberCrime includes anything illegal that takes place on the internet through a computer or similar device. It’s most commonly tied to hacking, but it can also be used in financial fraud or bullying.
Criminals are becoming increasingly adept at Social Engineering - the art of getting others to change their habits, follow attractive routes and generally do things they would not normally do.
This Course will give an insight into what is happening out there, and some guidelines on how to protect yourself!
There will always be another motorist cutting in, slippery road conditions, animals and children on the roads and maybe even tyre blowouts to deal with, so having the skills to stay out of trouble are essential.
Defensive driving is all about avoiding problems before they happen. Driver fatigue is also one of the ongoing major causes of accidents, particularly on the long-haul routes.
This course covers some of the basic rules that drivers should follow, as well as provide an awareness of the do's and don'ts of driving, the dangers and hazards and especially Driver Fatigue.