Every year, businesses of all sizes lose money to increasingly innovative cyber criminals. To exacerbate this problem, there are too few cyber security professionals globally to complete all the work required to protect and defend critical systems; the estimated gap is at least 1 million.
A lack of cyber professionals puts pressure on those accountable for IT, Security or Risk who struggle to cope with increasing demands when, after the bottom line, business priorities tend to lean towards accessibility and availability of information, rather than ensuring a workforce is cyber aware to better defend its assets securely.
There is also a common misperception that staff within IT related fields naturally understand information security; traditionally the IT department (or outsourced provider) has been invariably focussed solely on data and system availability and usability.
Solving the cyber knowledge gap problem
Training can be expensive but cyber security education is critical for key decision makers, and staff responsible for implementing cyber awareness and effective IT security.
We offer a range of courses—delivered by experienced and qualified operational staff—that provide attendees with real-world knowledge, enabling them to understand and respond to cyber threats.
Start with the fundamentals
Our two-day NCSC Assured Cyber Security Fundamentals training course is the perfect starting point for those who need to identify cyber risk within business operations.
Attendees will walk away with the fundamental knowledge required to develop and implement a well-informed, strategic cyber security plan with significant relevance to business risk.
We can also deliver a closed course onsite or at specific locations on request.
Don’t be left behind, find out more
If you would like to expand your cyber security knowledge, talk to us today about enrolling on one of our upcoming courses.
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