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Cybersecurity Awareness: Defend Your Organization Against Cyber Threats

January 27, 2021 | Cybersecurity

Last year, the pandemic lead to many interesting and unexpected events which affected us all at different levels. Unaware of what was ahead, we took part in a major shift in the business world to enter the virtual workplace. Through the changes and disruptive events, Information & Technology professionals have been key and essential to business continuity. Now, with most people working remotely and having a better understanding of the situation’s complexity, it’s time for IT Professionals to be even more on guard for cybersecurity threats. Digital transformation is usually the opportunity to improve and stay a step ahead of competitors. However, during rapid change periods, the results may involve various areas of vulnerability for hackers or malware to take advantage from. At IT Chapter, we believe everyone in the IT industry, from management to clients, must have the means to be informed of the various risks they face in order to take every precaution possible.This is why we introduced a series of cybersecurity courses for different level users, ranging from end users to executive leaders. However, if you are not able to find the right training that fits your needs, let us know and we will work together towards a solution.

Certified Secure Computer User

This course targets any individual who uses technology, nowadays it’s literally everyone! From a business perspective, the CCSU course is intended to provide employees with the necessary knowledge and skills to protect their information assets no matter what their business functions are. After completing the training, participants can take the best steps to mitigate their security exposure when it comes to identity theft, credit card fraud, online banking phishing scams, virus and backdoors, emails hoaxes, sex offenders lurking online, loss of confidential information, hacking attacks and social engineering. Essentially, the course helps organizations acquire the fundamental knowledge of computer and network security in order to prevent any incidents.What’s in it for you?

Certified Ethical Hacker

This course targets Security professionals who are involved in the general threat prevention process. It provides participants with case studies to help you understand a hacker’s mindset and the scope of an attack. The course presents modern real-world incidents to learn from and introduces the latest hacking techniques. The idea is to adopt a hacker’s way of thinking and learn about their advanced hacking tools in order to protect, detect, and analyze any potential cyber attacks beforehand. What’s in it for you?

Certified Network Defender

This course targets professionals who work in the network administration/cybersecurity domain. It’s focused on a continually adaptive and comprehensive security strategy to effectively prevent and tackle network issues. Moreover, the course is mapped to NICE 2.0 framework as well as the Department of Defense roles for system/network administrators. CND provides hands-on practical learning of the modern network security technologies in order to effectively protect, detect, respond and predict attacks with more than 50% of the training program dedicated to developing practical skills via various labs and exercises. The course is also suitable to today’s reality as it includes network virtualization practices that will help you understand the applications and configurations required by a remote workforce. What’s in it for you?

Certified Chief Information Security Officer

This course targets executive level leaders and anyone who ambitions to reach the highest levels of information security management. The focus of the training to help individuals in their journey of becoming top-level information security executives. Although the technical knowledge is important, it is not the core of the training. The main focus is on the application of IT management principles presented from an executive standpoint, which is why the content is based on the input from high-level information security executives, the CCISO Advisory Board.What’s in it for you?

IT Chapter believes these courses will benefit organizations and help to prevent unfortunate events. The idea is to ensure everyone is aware of the threats in the current business context and to provide the best training to mitigate the risks.  Feel free to contact us if you have specific needs or questions.

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