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NIST Cyber Security Expert

NIST Cyber Security Expert is a course run by International Cyber Threat Task Force, Dublin. It is a 'Online Learning' course with a duration of Ten Weeks. NIST Cyber Security Expert gives a Course Qualification of CPD. For more information about NIST Cyber Security Expert at International Cyber Threat Task Force, please review the details below.

The NCSE (NIST Cyber Security Expert) certification course has been developed to teach businesses how to establish and operationalize a cyber security program based on the NIST Cyber Security Framework. This non-tech syllabus aimed at business leaders and/or cyber security practitioners has been developed based on a holistic body of knowledge that encompasses a real-life pragmatic approach to understanding the fundamental concepts of cyber risk management and how to leverage the NIST Cyber Security Framework in order to assess, implement and operationalize a cyber security program. No previous cyber security knowledge is assumed and the course is appropriate for all levels.

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Training ProviderInternational Cyber Threat Task Force
Course LocationMalahide, Dublin
Course TypeOnline Learning
Course QualificationCPD
Course Start Date21st June 2021
Course End Date29th August 2021
Course DurationTen Weeks
Course TimeThe NCSE is a 10 week online course including exams and ILT sessions every two weeks.
Course Fee2499
Entry RequirementsThe course syllabus has been specifically designed to be collaborative and bring together business leaders of various disciplines within an organization. They are the key stakeholders in designing, implementing or supporting the cyber risk management program of an organization.
Carear PathThere is a Global IT security skills shortages and it has now surpassed four million according to a recent industry survey. The number of unfilled positions now stands at 4.07 million professionals, up from 2.93 million this time last year. This includes 561,000 in North America and a staggering 2.6 million shortfall in APAC. The shortage of skilled workers in the industry in Europe has soared by more than 100% over the same period, from 142,000 to 291,000. The global security workforce needs to increase by a staggering 145% to cope with a surge in hiring demand. In Europe, this has come particularly in smaller companies with one-99 employees, as well as those with over 500 employees. In the report, over half (51%) of cybersecurity professionals said their organisation is at moderate or extreme risk due to staff shortages.
Phone01 905 3263
Course CodeNCSE
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