Cyber-teaching requires presenting practical demonstrations to help those who are not technical, technology-savvy, or over-whelmed by monitoring service promotions showing PC screens with multiple open panes with streaming data.
Bite-size learning can be helpful. For instance, using a Graphical Network Monitor demonstrate where a program is connecting to where in the world and the destination point? Is the operation of the program required to connect there and, if not, how to stop that process.
In the scheme of things, not massive cyber-discovery but one I have found clients/customers find useful to know.