Every organization knows the importance of (cyber) security. Tremendous amounts of data are shared via numerous interfaces and devices. This infinite sharing of information in the 21st century has many benefits; however, it is not nearly as safe as it was 25 years ago.
Since organizations are opening up their IT services to an increasingly wider range of software applications that use all (mobile) devices imaginable, data security in part is dependent on other organizations. What’s more, IT is primarily responsible for ensuring the continuity of the company’s core business processes. A disruption can have a big impact on the availability of services and on the continuity of the company’s operations.
Therefore, security measures are a must in order to prevent problems or incidents of any kind and to keep risks such as identity theft, ransomware, phishing and other damaging cyber-attacks to a minimum.
As a leading training facility in security in Europe, Global Knowledge supports organizations in creating and maintaining a secure IT infrastructure, organization and data security by training and educating employees.
Global Knowledge provides education and training programmes in all areas and levels of security, whether you are looking for cybersecurity, security policy, designing and implementing secure networks, risk analysis, monitoring, troubleshooting or creating security awareness among employees, you will find the security training here that fits your needs.
The three areas of focus for optimum security
Good security consists of more than just technology. A well-defined IT security policy and promoting a culture in which every employee knows his or her responsibilities are just as important. Global Knowledge has mapped out the details of these three areas for optimum security.