Cyber Security in the GC for Home and Telework (DDN232)

Product code: DDN232


Delivery method

Delivery method

Virtual classroom



4 hours









When working outside the secured work environment of a government office, employees are expected to take proactive measures to protect their work files from exposure to cyber threats. This course explores basic cyber security concepts and home network essentials, including system settings that can reduce online exposure to cyber security threats when teleworking. Participants will learn to apply the Communications Security Establishment's Top Ten IT Security Actions to protect information on their home network or mobile devices.

Topics include:

  • updating system settings to reduce the exposure of private information
  • storing sensitive information on a home network
  • installing industry standard protective software
  • adopting countermeasures to cyber security threats
  • reacting to security breaches or incidents


This course is delivered by the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security and has a cost of $500. To register and pay, or to sign in or create an account, visit the Cyber Centre Learning Hub and search for the course by title or by code 111.

Upon request, this course can be tailored for groups to fit specific professional, business or departmental learning objectives. Email the Cyber Centre Learning Hub at for specific details and costs.

Legacy course code: I226

No Current Offerings

Date modified: 2022-02-07