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Cyber Security for End User


(Professional Develeopment Workshop)

 

In an increasingly Internet-based world, where security is an ongoing challenge and staying abreast of all potential threats is virtually impossible, the programme will deliver not only technical skills and awareness, but human-based strategies for safe cyber-working practices, cultures and risk management. As the information security director of a global IT company remarked, cyber-security is about “people not boxes”.

 

Course Content:-

 

The BSI’s (Publically Available Standard) PAS 555 on Cyber Security Risk aims at enabling organisations to have better situational awareness of the cyber risk environment and take an outcome-based approach to enhancing cyber-security – elements endorsed in the UK’s national Cyber Security

Strategy. This programme will enable delegates with no previous experience of cyber or information security to grasp the essential concepts and risks in this subject area. Delegates will be able to understand the key characteristics of modern cyber intrusion, advanced persistent threats (APT), supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, social engineering, insider threat and open source intelligence.

We are also able to provide advanced technical cyber-security training and solutions, tailored to the clients’ specific needs.

Course Content

Day 1:

Personal physical security of equipment.
Security of passwords and personal information.
Patching of software.
Awareness of social media.
Awareness of web.
Best practice guidelines from national authorities.

Day 2:

Awareness of hacking techniques.
Common mistakes in use of IT.
Vulnerabilities of IT accessories (e.g. Internet of Things: cameras, printers, external storage media).
Including smart phones and tablets in the security envelope
Insider threats.

Day 3:

Bags, computer, phone – physical security exercise.
Drafting an outline Information Security Policy document.
Recognising and avoiding spyware.
Avoiding social engineering and phishing attacks.
Recovering from viruses, worms and Trojan horses.
Guidelines for use of external media, IP-connected devices, etc.
Reflections and wash-up.

Delivery Model

 

The University of Northampton will deliver this programme. To ensure the delegates receive the best possible experience, delivery staff will comprise of a combination of approachable and experienced in the real world academic staff and subject-matter experts, including current / recently retired members of the Special Forces, other defence practitioners; industry experts (e.g. crisis management in UK utilities). The experience and insight of the external resources combined with the academic delivery provides a truly unique experience.

 

Certification

This programme is a non-credit bearing professional development workshop that will provide all attendees with a University Certificate of Completion.

 

Entry Requirements

Whilst no formal qualifications are required for entry, we would expect all attendees to be able to work at a minimum of degree level.

 

Duration of Study

3 days

 

 

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Contact Details 


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For any queries related to admission please email us on admission@gsom.org.uk


For any general queries related to school please email us on info@gsom.org.uk


phone :- 0203 004 9888