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.
Learn how to protect your digital privacy and mitigate the harvesting of your personal data.
This 5-day GHCQ Certified course is focussed on cloud security principles and architecture.
We are hosting a conference in Nigeria about creating awareness for the new Digital Age.
This FREE event looks at why passwords are weak and how your future passwords have already been predicted.
We are exhibiting at this London event about cyber security, data protection and securing CNI.
QA is attending this huge Information Security event in London.
QA Cyber Security Trainer, James Aguilan, looks at how household technology appliances such as washing machines and fridges will soon be used by law enforcement to gather evidence from crime scenes. Read the full article
In this research paper Dr Mahdi Aiash, from the School of Science and Technology at Middlesex University, provides an in-depth analysis of port scan techniques, with extensive information of each scan technique. 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