Psychology of Cybersecurity Course Approved by Washington State Bar Association - Continuing Legal Education

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The Psychology of Cybersecurity, a free cyberpsychology course at EXP Academy has been approved by the Washington State Bar Association for one hour of credit towards Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (CLE) requirements.


The Psychology of Cybersecurity

This course is an on-demand presentation of our recent cyberpsychology webinar. Unlike any cybersecurity presentation you've seen in the past, this discussion focused on the psychology that makes YOU vulnerable to attack.

“We have created an environment we are not built for. Hackers are not just hacking computers they are hacking people. Technology is not the problem, we are.”

Dr. Erik J. Huffman is an award-winning cybersecurity professional, educator, and entrepreneur. Dr. Huffman is a founding researcher in the emerging field of cyberpsychology with studies totaling over 10,000 participants. He has worked with hackers to study how they exploit human vulnerabilities to circumvent technological barriers.

This presentation addresses technology from a non-technical perspective. If you own or manage a small business, oversee staff and operations, or just use a computer in your day-to-day work-life, this presentation is for YOU.

This webinar was presented live on August 3rd, 2022. 


Per the Washington State Bar Association “all of the 45 CLE credits Washington attorneys must report every three years may come from on-demand seminars” like the Security Awareness Training course at EXP Acadamy.

The Washington State Bar Association has specifically approved EXP Academy "Psychology of Cybersecurity" for CLE.

EXP Academy Psychology of Cybersecurity is a recorded activity (activity #1214860 ) and members can self-report completion via their MCLE Dashboard for recorded activities.

Activity IDActivity TitleStart Date
1214860Psychology of CybersecurityAugust 3rd, 2022




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