IA and Cyber Security training from QA

Cyber Security training

Protect your organisation from cyber attacks and the increasing threat landscape.

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When it comes to cyber security there isn't a one-size-fits-all training programme

Every organisation faces different threats depending on the nature of their business and systems. Staff need to be educated on the specific threats they may face.

At QA, we have the breadth and expertise to create and deliver the learning solution you need. From individual courses to company-wide programmes, in the classroom or at your desk, QA's options ensure a flexible and quality learning experience.

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CISSP
CISSP training course

A detailed look at information security concepts and industry best practices.

CISMP
CISMP training course

Provides the skills required to manage information security, assurance and risk.

Certified Ethical Hacker
Certified Ethical Hacker

Learn to assess the security of computer systems using penetration testing techniques.

IT Security Fundamentals

Gain a deep understanding of the modern security threats and how to overcome the issues.

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Cyber security statistics

 


of businesses suffered from a security incident in the last year


of businesses with unclear security policies had staff-related breaches


of the worst security breaches in 2014 were caused by staff


£600k - £1.15m is the cost of a large business' worst annual cyber attack

Importance of staff training

94% of businesses suffered from a security incident in the last year*

Educating employees will reduce the chances of your business becoming a victim of today's cyber security threats.

As we look at these security incidents in detail, we can identify one common factor - the human element. In almost all reported security incidents, the actions - either intentional or accidental - by staff in the compromised organisations led to a security breach. Security reports and surveys continue to show how the human element is a major contributor in successful cyber attacks.

At QA, we are passionate about security training. We want to demonstrate the importance of educating security professionals and business users to help everyone detect, deter and defend against the cyber threats that every business faces through a supportive, hands-on learning environment.

*Source – Kaspersky 2014 Security Survey

Cyber

The human element of cyber security

By Richard Beck

Key thoughts and findings from my two days at 'The Cyber Security Show 2015' in London.

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