The digital economy is an interdependent and interconnected environment in which we all work. Understanding cyber risk is a business imperative to not only protect an organisation but to empower it, to leverage innovation, and support a culture of compliance, privacy, and ethical implementation of technology.
These cyber security qualifications and training courses offer cyber security and compliance professionals who need an understanding of cyber risk the opportunity to gain more knowledge and skills around cyber risk management.
Understand the mechanics of ransomware, how to defend your business and how to respond to an attack.
Get to grips with core cyber security issues and boost your understanding while cutting through the jargon.
Gain the knowledge, skills, and confidence you require to protect the digital assets of your organisation.
A new programme designed to teach businesses how to establish and operationalise a cyber security programme based on the NIST Cyber Security Framework.
Gain a compliance-orientated understanding of cyber risk and security topics relevant to North America.
International Cyber Threat Task Force was established in 2010 as a not-for-profit initiative promoting the ecosystem of an international, independent, non-partisan, cyber security community. They have been committed to fostering collaboration, networking and knowledge sharing for the past ten years.
We have partnered with the International Cyber Threat Task Force (ICTTF) to bring you three different levels of cyber risk courses. This provides knowledge suitable for all levels no matter what stage you are at in your career.
25 May 2020
With governments around the world having intervened to curtail non-essential travel and social gathering to minimise the spread of COVID-19, more of us than ever are now working from home. Whilst for many working from home isn’t new, the scale of this shift, combined with the suddenness with which it was required, seems to have heightened the risk of cyberattacks.....More
20 July 2020
The cyberattack directed at Twitter last week was the online equivalent of an explosive device being detonated. Around 130 high-profile accounts were hacked last Wednesday in an attempt to solicit bitcoin.....More