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Watch cyber security training videos

Now you can watch all four short cyber security training videos published during spring.

The subjects of the videos:

  • Protection from ransomware
  • Using a home computer for work
  • Social media
  • Passwords

You can find videos on: https://hakalogin.kyberoppi.fi/aalto/ . Click on the link and select Aalto University and, for the first time, accept transfer of your information (Accept).

Check the playful video to get to know the risks and, for example, what kind of harm can the leaked information cause to the employee or organization. In the worst case, the leaked information could lead to identity theft, hacking into computer systems, or otherwise cause the employee or organization significant financial losses.

After the summer break, video trainings will continue in September.

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