Cyber Security training
Explore the only end-to-end cyber security curriculum in the UK though the QA 10 cyber domains.
International House is home to the QA Cyber Labs, where companies can simulate real-life cyber attacks on their infrastructure, helping them to prevent & combat breaches without risking their own network.
A comprehensive overview across industry standard technology and platforms.
A look at the UK Healthcare Industry Security requirement and criticality of Healthcare data.
This 5-day GHCQ Certified course is focussed on cloud security principles and architecture.
These FREE half-day workshops look at the first steps towards becoming GDPR compliant.
This FREE half-day seminar looks at identifying vulnerabilities.
We are exhibiting at the Training (D10) and Recruitment (A86) stands at this Bristol event.
We are exhibiting alongside APMG at Stand C303 during this Manchester event for cyber security professionals.
QA is attending this event bringing together information security professionals.
This FREE event simulates responding to real-life cyber attacks and incidents.
QA is attending this huge Information Security event in London.
QA Cyber Security Trainer, Mark Martin, looks at the use of crowdsourcing as a method to aid in criminal investigations by police forces around the world. #newrules #futureproof #SkillsfortheDigitalAge Read the full article
How random something is relies on more than just thinking of a number, it relies on a multitude of tiny, imperceptible variables produced by the natural world around us, and there are some really cool ways of collecting them. Read the full article
In this research paper Dr John McCarthy, a leading authority on Cyber Security strategy and implementation, conducts a detailed study concerned with Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems that are at the heart of distributed critical infrastructures within airports. Read the full article
In this research paper Dr Mahdi Aiash, from the School of Science and Technology at Middlesex University, looks at the security challenges of using LISP as an overlay to support IoTs communications and highlights the need for a unified security framework for heterogeneous IoTs. Read the full article
In this research paper Dr Mahdi Aiash, from the School of Science and Technology at Middlesex University, conducts an empirical investigation of the efficiency of Antivirus programs in detecting malware. Read the full article