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SEC 303 Cybersecurity Simplified: for Non-Technical Users

SEC 303 Cybersecurity Simplified: for Non-Technical Users

SEC303: Cybersecurity Simplified for Non-Technical Users


Course Duration: 2 Days

Cybersecurity is a major concern for everyone, but it doesn’t have to be complicated

Course Introduction

This training is designed to simplify cybersecurity for non-techies. It looks at cybersecurity from a user’s perspective.  It will teach you how to protect your data on any device from anything that could breach digital security and privacy when communicating on the Internet. It is about creating and maintaining basic digital hygiene. The focus is on the actions you could take today to greatly improve your cybersecurity and protect yourself, family and business.

At the end of the training, you will understand security principles, and how to use them to implement simple security hygiene that would result in huge benefits to your digital security.

For the ease of understanding, we have treated Cybersecurity from the user’s perspectives by answering the simple question. What can I do to be safe online and manage my privacy?  The answer to this question can be divided into four main areas of cybersecurity, and privacy. These are

  • Device security
  • User account security
  • Communication security
  • Privacy

The course will teach you several security principles, and how to implement them in real life. Finally, you will get written plan to follow. The subjects covered include how to strongly improve your security by easily implementing the following:

Training Content

Password Management

Each user must manage access to tens, if not hundreds of websites today. It can be confusing and hard to manage password due to the number of passwords that need to be managed. As a result, passwords are repeatedly used on multiple sites. In cybersecurity, this is the first problem that needs to be solved. In this section you will learn how to manage all your account in a central location and properly manage your account credentials in a secure way.

Two factor authentication (2FA)

Using password only is not the strongest form of authentication. Therefore, the user of two factor Authentication (2FA) is highly encouraged. Although, this will increase your security, it creates a new challenge of managing these 2FA codes. So, it is important to know how to manage and backup these 2FA system.

Disk encryption

Disk encryption is not for spies or criminals who have something to hide. Encryption is a legitimate cybersecurity controls which can help you increase security whether you have something to hide or not. It can also help in improving your privacy by protecting confidential information on your computer.

However, encryption is not widely used by users due to the perseived complexity. Your emails, payment information, and other types of information can be protected using different forms of encryption that are easy to use. This section will teach you the types of encryptions that are available to you as part of your security measures for cybersecurity and how to implement them correctly.

System security

Proper security measures should begin with the system. You will learn to secure your system by implementing good Operating Systems security. Setup endpoint security to detect and stop possible intrusion into your system.

Browser security

The browser has become the major tool we use daily. As such, the browser is on the firing line daily from phishing attack, malware, and hackers who tries to make use of misconfigurations or bugs in the browsers to gain access to the system. It is important to choose a secure browser, but also learn to maintain it regularly. Learn to use security extensions that greatly improve your security on the internet.

Mobile security

Mobile phones are used today for everything, from simple telephone calls, and chat to Internet banking. A compromised phone is a compromise of your life. Learning to secure your phone and maintaining security all the time is a highly recommended kills to have.

Backup security

With the proliferation of phishing and ransomware attack, many people are starting to learn about the importance of good backup system. However, it is still very difficult for non-technical people to implement a backup system that could resist a ransomware attack. The goal of this section is to teach you how to implement a good backup system that could mitigate a ransomware attack.

Lock up social media

Social media is a major source of risk to cybersecurity, and online safety. Posting of too many personal information increase your exposing to cybercrime. The chance that a successful phishing attack would work on you partly depends how much information Cyber criminals can learn about you. Many of the information They need can be found on your social media posts and profiles. It is very important to learn how to secure your social media profile and stay safe online.

Email security

Email is still a major way of communicating. However, many of the old problems of email, such as spam, and phishing are still there. Although, there are lots of technologies to deal with these problems, they are not often implemented. As a result, most people are still using email unsecurely.  This section will teach you the types of security available to you to secure your email communications, and how to implement them.

Virtual Private Network (VPN) on all devices

Using a VPN will add a layer of protection to your Internet traffic, and could stop bad actors from seeing your private information. Learn to setup, and use VPN daily because it is designed to provide two things. Privacy of your communication, and confidentiality.

  • This solution provides users the ability to access a private network even though they are not physically connected to it.
  • Allow remote employees access corporate resources without compromising security and prevent information leakage.
  • Improve your online privacy on the Internet to hide web traffic from networks that are not trusted. Hide your Internet Protocol (IP) address and encrypts the data that you send over the Internet while you are connected to a VPN.
  • Provide security when you access public Wi-Fi networks at airports, cafes or hotels. Hackers often use public network to attack users of those networks.

Wi-Fi security

Wi-Fi is everywhere. Hackers are also out there to attack you on a Wi-Fi. There are many ways you can secure your Wi-Fi connection at home and when under way. This section will teach you the types of attacks that Wi-Fi networks are vulnerable to, and how to protect against them.

Network segmentation

No matter how small a network is everyone, and every device on the network are exposed to each other. If you let other people access your Wi-Fi network once, they will always have access anytime they are in the area unless you change the Wi-Fi password. Once they have access, they can also access other devices on your network even when you are not at home. This is one reason you would want to divide your network into several partitions or security zones so you can place devices in separate security zones depending on the security requirement.

Internet Safety for all

In this section you will learn how to prevent websites from tracking your every move, and how to protect everyone in your household, or your business.

  • Implement strong privacy on your browsers.
  • Setup strong traffic filtering system for the entire family and control it on your routers.
  • In this section you will learn how to use free tools to setup DNS filtering on your home or small business network to protect your privacy and reduce phishing attack and other malicious activities online.
  • Learn how to set up DNS redirection to stop all malicious site request.

IoT security

If you have security cameras, baby monitoring, smart TV’s and other smart devices then you have IoT devices. These devices are not only connected to the Internet but are constantly exposing your privacy to the internet daily. Many of these devices are not secured because there is no security inbuilt and those with security inbuilt are not properly configured. Learn about simple steps to take to secure your IoT devices and be one step ahead of the attackers.

There are different types of security measures you could implement to prevent any uninvited guests from finding you and your family. This section will give you simple steps to secure your smart gizmos or gadgets from being hacked into. It will also show you how to setup strong security measures to protect you, and your family.

Who Should Attend?

If you are a non-technical user who wants to protect yourself from hackers, this training is for you! You don’t need any prior knowledge or experience with cybersecurity to take this course. It’s designed specifically for non-technical users who want an easy way to learn the basics of cybersecurity as quickly as possible.

How To Attend

This is a 2-day training. To attend, please contact use at:

Sec 302: Preparing, Detecting And Responding To Ransomware Attack

Sec 302: Preparing, Detecting And Responding To Ransomware Attack


A comprehensive training on how to prepare your organization to deal with the effect of a ransomware attack.

About Course SEC302  Preparing, Detecting and Responding to Ransomware Attack (4 Days) 

Ransomware is the single most serious cyber threat that organizations face today. The financial implications of cybercriminal acts are substantial, as are the monetary damages. Ransomware groups are demanding and receiving millions of dollars in ransom payments. Organizations that are unable to pay the ransom costs are left in the dark. Even if they have paid, they may still have to cope with the consequences of a data breach.

Regardless of the hazards provided by various threat actors, Ransomware may be successfully managed, and the risks of a successful assault are substantially decreased.

This four-day jam-packed technical hands-on training is intended to assist professionals understand the problem of ransomware, what they can do to mitigate it, and how they can leverage current tools and resources to prepare for an attack.

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The Training Expectations:

Participants will be able to assess the risk posed by ransomware threat actors to their company and establish an incident response strategy to reduce the impact of an attack. The applicant will understand what mitigations to implement and how to implement them. Furthermore, each participant will be very familiar with the toolkits used by the attackers and can identify and neutralizing them.  Assembling their own tools to access, monitor, respond to, and restore operations when they are attacked.

Day 1: Introduction to Ransomware

Day one is an introduction to ransomware and a thorough overview of the various ransomware groups and their tactics. We look at the tooling this group uses and how effective they are. This will help prepare the students for the various practical exercises that will take place in the next three days.  

On the last day of training, we will go through various ransomware scenarios and how to deal with them technically. We’ll also take a look at some common mistakes that lead to organizations’ data being encrypted by these malicious programs.

Learn about Human Operated Ransomware (HumOR) and why it works so well. What are the points of entrance into your organization? How does this play a role in ransomware attacks?

Learn about Human Operated Ransomware (HumOR) and why it is so effective. We will show you the entry points into your organization for ransomware. Learn about the various types of malware and tools used by ransomware threat actors and how to detect them. What are the different strategies for protecting your organization’s data from being exfiltrated by these malicious actors?

Hackers have many different tools that they use to gain access and exfiltrate data from their networks. The most common types of attacks are phishing, malware (including ransomware), attacking a vulnerable system such as unpatched systems or those with open ports, social engineering, and brute force login attempts.

Day 2: Preparing to Respond to Ransomware

The first day includes an introduction to ransomware as well as a comprehensive discussion of the main ransomware organizations and their methods. We shall examine the tools that these organizations use and how effective they are. This will assist students in preparing for the numerous practical activities that will take place over the next three days.

We will go through numerous ransomware situations and how to deal with them technically. We will also look at some of the most prevalent errors that cause businesses’ data to be encrypted by malicious applications.

Hackers employ a variety of methods to gain access to and exfiltrate data from networks. Phishing, malware (including ransomware), targeting a weak system such as an unpatched system or one with unprotected ports, social engineering, and brute force login attempts are the most prevalent forms of assaults. Learn about the many types of malware and tools used by ransomware threat actors, as well as how to spot them. What are the various techniques for preventing dangerous applications from infecting your organization’s data?

We will investigate an integrated solution that includes anti-malware, sandboxing, and other controls aimed at controlling ransomware and other threats. We will explore an integrated solution that incorporates anti-malware, sandboxing, and other controls focused on containing ransomware and other malware. The students will learn how to:

  • Develop a ransomware mitigating plan.
  • Develop a holistic improvement of security using the tools you already have.
  • Secure all operating systems, networks, and end users?
  • Defend the endpoints devices and users
  • Use next Generation Anti-virus/Anti-malware
  • Set up a back works and restore system that works.

Email Security

  • Reduce the risk of ransomware by improving the security of your email system
  • Reduce the chance of email domain spoofing and prevent phishing attacks
  • Implement email encryption/digital signature to stop the impersonation of company staffs.
  • Have solutions in place to detect and eliminate potential attack via email.

Day 3: Monitor and Detect Ransomware Attacks

Threat actors using ransomware are not particularly covert in their activities. In a Human Operated Ransomware, a threat actor infiltrates the network and snoops about for weeks or months, learning everything it can about the organization and its network. They then begin exfiltrating data from the network before beginning data encryption. This type of behavior is highly loud, and it may be identified with adequate network monitoring and appropriate remedial action.

The second day is devoted to teaching students how to build up a system and network monitoring capabilities for detecting ransomware assaults in real time. The students will learn how to recognize attack signatures and how to respond while under assault.

Learn how to utilize network traffic capturing tools to collect and read network traffic and search for ransomware signatures.

Discover how to use SIEM, UEBA, and SOAR technologies to log, track, monitor, and respond to ransomware attacks.

Day 4: Respond, clean up and Restore after a Ransomware Attack

What should you do in the event of an attack? An assault consists of several phases. It is critical to take the appropriate action at every given stage to halt the invader. The student will learn how to execute the response that was planned during the preparation phase. The main steps are as follows:

  • Respond to the attack and end it.
  • Restore or rebuild systems from their present configuration, depending on how far the infection process has progressed.
  • Repair the system by reinstalling it and replacing any damaged components.
  • Restore data from a previous point in time.

The Audience

This is a highly technical training for IT and Security Professional

  • IT engineers
  • Information Security engineers
  • Threat Hunters
  • System Administrators
  • Security Engineers
  • Incident Response Managers

How To Attend

This is a technical 4-day training dealing solely on Ransomware.
From September 2021 we will start this training.
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Advanced Security: Stop Ransomware and Phishing Attacks before they happen

Advanced Security: Stop Ransomware and Phishing Attacks before they happen

SEC301: Advanced Security: Stop Phishing & Ransomware Attack


Course Duration: 2 days

Learn How To Stop Phishing & Ransomware And Recover From Attack.

Course Introduction

Ransomware is no longer a threat, but rather a clear and present risk to businesses of all sizes. Ransomware assaults have increased in the last two years. The ransom requested has risen as well. Many major organizations with sophisticated IT infrastructure and a significant number of skilled security personnel have also been infiltrated and forced to pay millions of dollars in ransom.

This demonstrates that, regardless of how robust your IT infrastructure is, ransomware can be directed at anybody or any organization. The major reasons for this are that most attacks employ phishing to get the payload inside organizations, and every organization uses email.

This two-day in-depth course is intended to educate organizations with information on ransomware and to assist them in preparing for a ransomware assault. It will assist organizations in knowing what to do when they are attacked and responding correctly and quickly to the assault.

This course goes beyond the standard advice given to organizations; it is intended to teach administrators and security engineers how to create greater protection by examining the many attack routes and learning how to reduce the risk provided by each.

Training Content

Ransomware Infection Vectors

  • What are the most frequent infection vectors utilized by attackers, and how can you counter them?
  • The Most Common Exploit Kits Used by Attackers and Why They Work
  • What can you do about these tools, and how can you prevent them from entering your network?
  • The Command and Callback (C&C) and Compromise Indicators
  • How to Detect a Ransomware Infection on Your Network

Ransomware Incident Response Plan:

  • The Lifecycle of an Incident Response
  • Making a strategy for incident response in the event of a ransomware attack.
  • Creating a ransomware response policy – pay or not pay the ransom
  • What are the first crucial measures you must-do if you are attacked?
  • Understanding the Compromise Incident Response Indicators:
    Containment and detection
  • How to Spot an Attack in Its Early Stages
  • Learn how to stop a ransomware assault.
  • Eradication and Recovery of Incidents
  • How to Recover from a Ransomware Infected Computer
  • Recovering Local and Network Files
  • Tools and resources for combating ransomware

Email Security

  • Improve the security of your email system to reduce the danger of ransomware.
  • Reduce the possibility of email domain spoofing and phishing attempts.
  • Implement email encryption and digital signatures to prevent impersonation of business employees.
  • Have systems in place to identify and remove possible email-based threats.

Developing Ransomware Countermeasures

  • Improve the security of your email system to reduce the danger of ransomware.
  • Reduce the possibility of email domain spoofing and phishing attempts.
  • To prevent impersonation of corporate employees, use email encryption/digital signatures.
  • Have systems in place to identify and remove possible email-based threats.
  • Finally, we will look at some of the finest anti-ransomware techniques.
  • What risk-mitigation measures do you have in place?
  • What role do insurance companies play in the fight against ransomware?
  • Learn to implement the best strategies for safeguarding your company against ransomware.
Who Should Attend?

This course is intended for professionals who are responsible for planning, protecting, and responding to ransomware events inside their organization. It is intended for anybody interested in learning more about ransomware and how to mitigate it in the organization, as well as those who are responsible and accountable for the security of information systems:

  • IT managers
  • Chief Information Security Officers (CISO)
  • Information Security professionals
  • System Administrators
  • Security Engineers
  • Incident Response Managers
  • Operational Managers
  • Risk Managers

How To Attend

This is a 2-day training. To attend, please contact use at:

How to Build Effective Cybersecurity Training and Awareness that works.

How to Build Effective Cybersecurity Training and Awareness that works.

How to Design and Build Effective Cybersecurity Training and Awareness Program

Intellfence BV teach and mentor professionals to develop and implement a cybersecurity training and awareness program for their organization.

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Your End Users For CyberSecurity

The training covers what an organization should do to design, develop, implement, and maintain a Cybersecurity training and awareness training for user as a part of the IT security program.  It includes awareness and training needs of all users of an organization’s IT, from employees to supervisors and functional managers, to executive-level managers.

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Content of the Training and Awareness Kit

The Cybersecurity Training and Awareness Kit contains the following aspects:

  1. Security Awareness and Training Program development Kit
  2. The Training Modules
  3. Awareness Kit
  4. Phishing Simulation Software.

The Training Content

The training is aimed at teaching

  • How to create a training and awareness program development plan.
  • Determine the priority levels of the current security topics.
  • Select Security topics for training modules
  • Assess potential training groups
  • Perform a group risk analysis.
  • Review audience groups and determine which topics need to be delivered to each group
  • Identify the unique audience groups within your organization and the threats they face.
  • Build a training program development plan.
  • Identify Metrics for Program Success Measurement
  • Select and prioritize security topics for training content.
  • Select metrics for measuring program effectiveness.
  • Execute some of the low-hanging fruit initiatives for collecting metrics: e.g. create a knowledge test, feedback survey, or gamification guide.
  • Discuss potential delivery mechanisms for training, including the purchase and use of a vendor.
  • If selecting a vendor, review vendor selection criteria and discuss potential vendor options.
  • If creating content in-house, review and select available
  • Build training modules.
  • Create an ongoing training schedule.
  • Define and document your end users’ responsibilities towards their security.

The Training Deliverables

At the end of the training/workshop the participants will be able to do the following:

  1. Customized development plan for the program.
  2. Tool for tracking metrics.
  3. Customized knowledge quiz ready for distribution.
  4. Customized feedback survey for training.
  5. Gamification program outline.
  6. Risk profile for each identified audience group.
  7. Priority scores for all training topics.
  8. List of relevant security topics for each identified audience group.
  9. Vendor assessment tool and shortlist.
  10. Customized security training presentations.
  11. Training schedule.
  12. Security job description template.
  13. End-user training policy.

The Training Modules

The Toolkit contains training materials to get you started on remote training and awareness.

  • Training Materials – Phishing
  • Training Materials – Incident Response
  • Training Materials – Cyberattacks
  • Training Materials – Web Usage
  • Training Materials – Physical Computer Security
  • Training Materials – Passwords
  • Training Materials – Security for Remote workers
  • Training Materials – Social Engineering
  • Training Materials – Email Templates
  • Training Materials – Mobile device Security
  • Training Materials – Password Management

Security Awareness and Training Program development Kit

  • A needs assessment tool
  • End user Job description security addition template
  • Security Training Program Manual
  • Security awareness and training feedback template
  • Security Training campaign development

Understanding Cybersecurity Using the OSI Model

Understanding Cybersecurity Using the OSI Model

Understanding Cybersecurity Using the OSI Model

All training runs from 9:00 to 16:30 and conducted in English unless otherwise stated and on request, for a group, it is possible in Dutch.

About The Understanding Cybersecurity Using the OSI Model

IT professionals of all types need to have a deep understanding of security and this impact their work in their areas of expertise. They could start this journey by looking at security from a comprehensive understanding of the OSI model. It is by doing this professional can have a holistic view of security which they can apply in their areas of expertise.

This course is a comprehensive look at Cybersecurity from the OSI seven-layer model perspective. It covers everything from core security terminology, security standards and how to implement security standards in each of the OSI layer.

You Will Learn How To:

You will learn the core concept of security from the physical security level to the application level. It includes access control, new ways to look at passwords, cryptographic principles, network attacks & malware, wireless security, firewalls and many other security technologies, web & browser security, backups, virtual machines & cloud computing.Based on the OSI model you will learn the following real-world cybersecurity fundamentals to serve as the foundation of your career skills and knowledge for years to come:

  • Learn to communicate with confidence regarding information security topics, terms, and concepts.
  • Understand and apply the Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability (CIA) for prioritization of critical security resources.
  • Understand and apply the Principles of The Least Privilege
  • Grasp basic cryptographic principles, processes, procedures, and applications.
  • Have a fundamental grasp of any number of technical acronyms: TCP/IP, IP, TCP, UDP, MAC, ARP, NAT, ICMP, and DNS, and the list goes on.
  • Recognize and be able to discuss various security technologies, including anti-malware, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, sniffers, ethical hacking, active defense, and threat hunting.
  • Understand wireless security of technologies such as WiFi, Bluetooth, mobile phones and the Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Explain a variety of frequent attacks such as social engineering, drive-by downloads, watering hole attacks, lateral movement, and other attacks.
  • Understand different types of malware
  • Understand browser security and the privacy issues associated with web browsing.

Course Description

Layer 1: Physical Layer

The Physical layer of the OSI model is responsible for converting data packets from the Data Link layer (Layer 2) into electrical signals.  Learn how to keep data safe at the physical security layer and allow only unauthorized access and restricting access to critical servers.

Security in the OSI Physical layer comprises the enterprise’s physical and site security concerns, which includes all these aspects:

  • Access Control
  • Power management
  • Environment management
  • Smoke & Fire suppression
  • Backups
  • Protection of the physical layer infrastructure

Layer 2. Data Link Layer

The Data Link layer is primarily concerned with physical addressing, line discipline, network topology, error notification, ordered delivery of frames, and flow control. Devices such as switches and bridges work at this level. Understand the security threats that may occur at this level and how to mitigate them. Some of these threats are:

  • Gratuitous ARPs or ARP spoof
  • MAC flooding
  • Spanning tree attack

Layer 3: Network Layer

At this layer there are many protocols Internet Protocol (IP) responsible for routing of data and network information. It is important to understand how attackers could misuse any of these protocols and gain access or spoof your network. Lots of security attack that can happen here includ:

  • Packet sniffing and DoS attacks.
  • ICMP attacks or ping of death.
  • IP Address Spoofing
  • Routing attacks
  • Back Hole/Selective Forwarding

Layer 4: Transport Layer

This is where the TCP protocol resides. To understand the security issues relating to the TCP and UDP protocol suite is essential to cybersecurity. Some security threats that occur at these levels include the following:

  • Endpoint identification
  • Unauthorized Internet access
  • SYN flood
  • Ping of death
  • Smurf Attack

Layer 5: Session Layer

The session layer manages the establishment and tearing down of connections. These connections could require authentication, authorization, session restoration, tokens etc to set up. During this process it is possible for the session to be hijacked through a man-in-the-middle attack.

You will learn security elements in this layer and how to protect your data and including:

  • The fundamentals of using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Transport Socket Layer (TSL)
  • Secure Shell (SSH)
  • Kerberos
  • Internet Protocol Security (IPSEC) to protect communication at the session layer.

Layer 6: Presentation Layer

The presentation layer ensures that the communications passing through are in the appropriate form for the recipient. Some of the services at this layer are data conversion, character code translation, compression, Encryption and Decryption.

  • Malformed SSL requests.
  • Attacker could use SSL to tunnel HTTP attacks to target the server.
  • SSL Hijacking

Layer 7 Application Layer

The application layer is the hardest to defend for several reasons. For a starter, the layer is the most accessible and the most exposed to the outside world through Port 80 (HTTP) or Port 443 (HTTPS). Secondly, it provides services to application procedures that are located outside the OSI layer. According to Gartner 70% of successful attacks occurred at this layer

Application layer attacks include:

  • Denial-of-service attacks (DDoS) attacks
  • HTTP floods
  • SQL injections
  • cross-site scripting
  • parameter tampering
  • Slowloris attacks.

Learn about security issues involved with web application technologies such as HTTP, HTML, and JAVA) and other application security flaws involving some following:

  • Authentication/Access Control
  • Cryptographic Algorithm
  • Input Validation
  • Parameter/Data Manipulation
  • Sensitive Data Handling
  • Session Management
  • Virus
  • Worm
  • Phishing

Target Audience

This course is for IT professionals and students who would like to understand cybersecurity. The course provides the fundamentals of Security

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Information Security has become vital to every business. Data breaches have led to the demise of some organizations. Today, business leaders and government regulations demand that organizations make information security a high priority. Organizations are expected to have  someone responsible for information security.

However, having someone with the title such a Chief Information Security Office (CISO) to head information security is not always practicable for many organizations due to various constrains.

Therefore, our security training support program is designed to combine practical training with support of security professionals in the implementation of security in their organizations.  The goal is to combine security training with practical implementation. We help you take steps to create quick wins in information security with the resources you already have.

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Security And Tutoring  Service
Our Security support program combines training and tutoring that helps small & medium size businesses manage their own information security program with the resources they have.

Phishing Simulation
Through our security awareness program companies gets a phishing simulation program that helps their employees avoid serious security pitfalls.

Cloud Security Consulting
The cloud is a major challenge for modern business today. We teach you the best way to use cloud services and still ensure data safety and protection from hacking attacks.

Security Audit And Assessment Training
We teach and provide you the knowledge to have clear visibility into the vulnerabilities in your company and carry out an Information Audit and self-assessment.

Business Security Support
We educate  and provide you with a one-one tutoring with high-quality security advice and know-how to take step-step actions and to implement security in your businesses.

Roadmap To Empower Your Organization

Step 1: Orientation Meeting

The orientation meeting is a free one-hour virtual meeting with you to discuss and find out what you are trying to archive. Based on the findings from this meeting we can create a working plan that meet your needs.

Step 2: Planning

Based on the result of the orientation meeting we will set up a training plan which will cover the theory and practical hands-on implementation of the subject matter based on what you are trying to archive in your organisation.

Step 3: Working session

This series of 3-hours training workshop consist of teaching of the theory and practical knowledge of the subject. Our instructor will work with the participants to learn how to implement the security program in reallife based on company goals and objectives.

Step 4: Work Review

There will be a review at the end of a series of 3 hours working sessions to determine if more time is needed to complete the work or the participant have enough knowledge to move further on their own. The instructor will be available for further tutoring in the future as needed. 

Risk Management Case Study

In this case study you will see how you can leverage the time and resources spent on traditional training to get better ROI from training by combining our training program directly into on the job practical experience.

GDPR Compliance Case study

Combine training with the practical implementation of GDPR in your company. See how staff can learn about GDPR at the same time and actually create policies and setup plans and start putting this plan into action at the same time.

  • ISO 27001 Certification support
  • Setting Up Risk Management Program
  • Identity and Access Management
  • Security Alignment with Organizational Goals and Objectives
  • Developing security awareness program
  • Setup Security Programs
  • Security Policies development
  • GDPR  (Privacy) implementation
  • Building Security into System Development LifeCycle (SDLC)
  • Threat Modelling
  • Incident Management
  • Security Monitoring and Management
  • Business continuity Development


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