Cybersecurity Awareness Training


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Free, No Charge. 


How To Get Started with the Cybersecurity Awareness Training


University of Regina employees will be automatically enrolled in the Cybersecurity Awareness Training.  Registration is not required.

You will receive an email notification when you are enrolled into the training platform and are able to access Cybersecurity Awareness Training.

Users who are already enrolled in the training can log into the platform using their University of Regina username and password at the following URL: https://uregina.app.beauceronsecurity.com/login

If you receive an error stating “Access Denied”, your user does not currently have access to the training platform.  Contact Information Technology Support Centre for assistance.

About the Training


The required Cybersecurity Awareness Training is approximately 1 hour in length, and can be completed entirely online.  There is no cost.

The training can be completed all at once, or your progress can be saved and resumed at a later time.  

University of Regina employees are required to complete the online survey and training modules. The cybersecurity awareness training will provide valuable information to help you identify online risks, become more aware of common types of cyberattacks and better equip you to report threats.

Required Training


There is an initial “Awareness, Attitudes and Perceptions Survey” which will be issued prior to issuing training.  This seeks to establish a baseline assessment prior to training, and takes approximately 5 minutes to complete.

Once the survey is completed, 5 training courses will be assigned.  All 5 courses are required to be completed.  Each course will be assigned upon the completion of the previous course, so they must be completed in order.

The training courses are:

Cybersecurity Awareness 101: Cybercrime

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Completion Time: Approximately 10 Minutes

Learning Opportunities:

  • The rising threat of cybercrime
  • How cybercriminals use social engineering to "hack" people and organizations
  • How cybercriminals use malicious software
  • How to protect yourself and your organization

Cybersecurity Awareness 102: Hacking Humans

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Completion Time: Approximiately 10 Minutes

Learning Opportunities: 

  • Social Engineering
  • Phishing
  • Phishing Tactics
  • Vishing
  • Smishing
  • Protect Yourself

Cybersecurity Awareness 103: Malware and the Cybercrime Toolkit

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Completion Time: Approximately 10 Minutes

Learning Opportunities:

  • Malware
  • Viruses
  • Trojans
  • Spyware
  • Ransomware
  • Remote Access Tools
  • Mobile Device Malware

Cybersecurity Awareness 104: Securing Yourself

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Completion Time: Approximately 10 Minutes

Learning Opportunities:

  • Roles and Responsibilities 
  • Password Protection
  • Mobile Device Security
  • Protect Your Data
  • Physical Security

Cybersecurity Awareness 105: Security at the University of Regina

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Completion Time: Approximately 15 Minutes

Learning Opporunitities:

  • Security Resources
  • Policies
  • Antivirus
  • Risk Assessments
  • Password Manager
  • Wifi Usage
  • MFA
  • BYOD