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Our comprehensive training Cyber Security Awareness and Privacy provides a comprehensive cyber security education. It is aimed at a wide range of audiences, from entry-level individuals to IT professionals and security managers. The training covers key issues related to protecting personal information, identifying and responding to cyber threats, and understanding cyber security regulations.

Purpose of awareness training

The goal of our security awareness training is to equip participants with the skills necessary to identify cyber threats, respond effectively to them, understand the importance of protecting personal information, and implement best practices for protecting sensitive information. The training covers a wide range of topics, from basic cyber security concepts to advanced data protection techniques to practical aspects of security incident management.


The training is aimed at corporate employees and their executives, civil servants, government employees, law enforcement agencies, business and political intelligence professionals, investigators, accounting firms, law firms and others who need to increase their overall awareness of online privacy and security. The program is suitable for both beginners and experienced professionals who want to expand their cyber security knowledge and skills.


Participants in the training will gain the knowledge and skills to effectively protect sensitive information and personal data, both in a personal and professional context. The training is also an excellent opportunity to develop professional competence in the field of cyber security and raise awareness of digital threats and best practices for data protection.

What will you receive at the training?

As part of the training, you will not only increase your cyber security awareness, but you will also gain valuable tools and skills that are essential to protect yourself and your organization in the digital world.

  • Training materials: You will receive access to a wealth of educational resources to help you deepen your knowledge and skills after the training.
  • Certificate: You will receive a certificate confirming your participation and knowledge gained, as proof of your competence.
  • Post-training support: You will gain access to further assistance and expert support after the course.


Straining is conducted by experienced cyber security experts and practitioners, which guarantees a high level of content and practical value of the information and skills provided. The training’s methodology includes presentations, interactive workshops, simulations and case studies, which provides participants with the practical skills necessary to effectively manage digital security.


Feel free to contact us for more information about our training program. If you are interested in developing a dedicated training program tailored to your organization’s specific needs, our experts are ready to discuss your needs and provide the appropriate solutions.

Topic Scope

Training covers topics ranging from basic cyber security concepts to advanced data protection techniques to risk management and incident response. We customize the program to meet the individual needs of participants and organizations.

Sample training modules may include:
1. Introduction to Cyber Security

The training begins with an introduction to key cyber security concepts, including understanding sensitive information (SI) and personally identifiable information (PII). Participants will receive an overview of current cyber security trends and forecasts, and learn to differentiate between IT security and cyber security. In addition, issues related to data left online, including metadata and its role in cyberspace, and options for recovering deleted data will be addressed.

2. Cyber Threats and Privacy Risks

This module focuses on various types of threats, such as malware, phishing, web application attacks, SPAM, DDoS attacks and identity theft. A detailed analysis of confidentiality, integrity and data availability breaches will help participants understand how to protect their data and avoid digital pitfalls.

3. Capturing and Analyzing Data Left on the Web

This segment of the training covers open source intelligence (OSINT) techniques and tools, as well as issues related to metadata – its role, how it is obtained and used by cybercriminals. Participants will learn what information a smartphone collects and how this data can be used.

4. Creating a Secure Information Environment

The training moves on to the practical aspects of information protection, including techniques for encryption, steganography, secure data storage and the safe exchange of sensitive information online. Participants will also learn how to effectively manage the security of a private Wi-Fi network and secure data in the cloud.

5. Security and Privacy of Mobile Devices

This module focuses on secure configuration on Android and iOS, recommended privacy-enhancing apps, and personalizing devices by ROOT and uploading open source systems. Participants will learn how to protect their mobile devices from digital threats.

6. Internet Identity and Anonymity

Participants will learn how to create alternative online identities, known as sockpuppets, and how to set up secure and private email addresses. Methods for creating accounts anonymously on websites will also be discussed, which is key to maintaining online privacy.

7. Systems to Protect Against Surveillance and Censorship

The training provides knowledge on how to use operating system virtualization as a tool to protect against surveillance and censorship. Participants will understand how to use virtualization technologies to enhance their privacy and security online.

8. Data Protection and Privacy in the Organization

This module focuses on network security strategies, risk management and security assessment in an organizational context. Participants will learn best practices to protect against surveillance and censorship, and learn how to effectively manage information security in the enterprise.

9. Incident Response

This module covers best practices and procedures for responding to security incidents, risk analysis and security audit methodologies. Participants will learn how to effectively respond to incidents in the organization and minimize their impact.

10. Legal and Ethical Aspects

Data protection laws and ethical aspects of using data and technology in cyberspace will be discussed.

11. New Technologies and Trends

This module focuses on the role of artificial intelligence in cyber security and the future of the field in the context of growing threats.