LEADERSHIP & GOVERNANCE
LEADERSHIP & GOVERNANCE
When you embark on a journey of Cyber Security training and awareness programmes you immediately find yourself in a world of confusing acronyms, jargon and seemingly conflicting definitions.
In this course we introduce and examine the various definitions of cyber security, effective leadership, the case for good governance and security issues in the supply chain.
CREDIBLE & TRUSTED GUIDANCE
straight from the horse's mouth
As your Cyber Security Leadership and Governance course uses the heavily regulated sector of the UK Government to demonstrate key principles, simple steps and technical controls, we refer back to the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) for our credible definitions.
The NCSC is the UK’s authority on cyber security, so using their terminology and definitions is highly advisable for executives working in the UK Government sector.
Likewise, understanding and use of the CPS definitions is key when it comes to cybercrime criminal investigations and prosecutions. We also refer to the terminology, language and definitions from the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS)* when discussing cybercrime, key legislation and offences.
With the abundance of cyber security training courses on offer, it can be difficult for customers to identify highly competent trainers and good quality courses.
NCSC Certified Training addresses this issue – providing customers with a choice of rigorously assessed training providers and thus you can feel confident you’ll receive training that is consistent with industry best practice.
Access until completion
up to 3 months
Certificate of Completion
SKILLS & COMPETENCIES
NCSC Certified Training courses are currently assessed against the Institute of Information Security Professionals (IISP) Skills Framework.
Information Security Management:
Information Security Awareness and Training
Legal and Regulatory Environment
Third Party Management
Information Risk Management:
Cyber Security Leadership and Governance NCSC Certified Training Skills:
HOW TO BUY
3 SIMPLE STEPS
The Framework describes the range of competencies expected of Information Security and Information Assurance Professionals in the effective performance of their roles.
It was developed through collaboration between both private and public sector organisations and world-renowned academics and security leaders.
The Framework defines the skills and capability expected of security professionals in practical application and not just an assessment of their knowledge.
NCSC Certified Training helps individuals and companies identify high quality cyber security training