Digital Security: User Education and Least Privilege

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Digital Security: User Education and Least Privilege

Digital Security: User Education and Least Privilege

In this lesson we cover User Education and the concept of Least Privilege.

You’ll learn why it’s vitally important, what bad habits users practice  and how user education is on-going and key to getting users to facilitate good security best practices.  We’ll examine the concept of Least Privilege and how it affects for example, specific files and folders or other resources which may or may not be shared, be a group or role specific and how those determinations are made.

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