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The face-to-face training course on âCyber Security for Enterprisesâ to be held at ALTTC, India from 10th to 15th October 2019. The training is organized jointly by the International Telecommunication Union and Advanced Level Telecom Training Centre (ALTTC) as part of the Cyber Security training programme under the auspices of the ITU Centre of Excellence for Asia-Pacific region. The training will be delivered in English.
The course will introduce participants to the introductory aspects of cybercrime and cyberlaws, legal system of IT, cybersecurity and cyber forensic investigation
Participants will understand the different steps and processes of cybercrime investigation. They will know how to assess and verify the accuracy and reliability of publicly available information using the tools and techniques of identifying misinformation, disinformation, and fake news.
El objetivo del curso es aprender a resolver problemas complejos diseñando modelos de organizaciones exponenciales y empleando metodología Design Thinking.
This training is supposed aiming to build knowledge in the current methods and technologies used across cyber crime and provide all the participants with extensive insights and practices about âCybercrime Management: A proactive approach.â. The main purpose of this training is towill cover the following topics: ? Present and discuss the cybercrime statistics and case studies; ? Explain the cybercrime prevention and detection; ? Describe in detail the cybercrimes processes, policies and procedures; ? Provide a detailed understanding of the cybercrime governance activities; ?
The ITU-D Digital Inclusion has developed this on-line certificate based self-paced training course, Web Accessibility â The cornerstone of an Inclusive Digital Society composed of 3 modules:
- Module 1: Executive tools for developing a web accessibility policy
- Module 2: Essentials of implementing a web accessibility evaluation
- Module 3: Technical skills for designing and developing accessible websites (coming soon)
Competition in mobile telecommunications is multifaceted and dynamic. Regulatory authorities must be alert to rapid technological changes that impact infrastructure competition. This course provides a foundation for understanding the rules of competition and the regulatory powers that apply to the telecommunications sector, taking into account the wider competitive landscape that now includes Over-The-Top players. Applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
This course is designed with the objective to help Small and Medium Entrepreneurs on how to leverage the power of technology to automate their businesses and further push their products and services to a wider market. This workshop has been designed in such a simple yet powerful manner that non-techy business owners can start building websites and uploading their products for their target audience.
The face-to-face training course on âTraffic engineering and advanced wireless network planningâ will be held in Bangkok, Thailand from 30 September to 3 October, 2019. This training is organized jointly by the International Telecommunication Union, the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (Thailand) and the Wireless Communication Centre, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia as part of the Wireless and Fixed Broadband programme under the auspices of the ITU Centres of Excellence for Asia-Pacific. The training will be delivered in English.
This course will focus on technical, business and regulatory aspects of the 5G mobile networks. It include will 4G mobile technology transition toward the 5G, considering the access and core networks as well as end-user services. Mobile broadband Internet after 4G will continue with the next generation, 5G, so the course will cover also IPv6 and its impact on 5G mobile networks. Further, it will include M2M (Machine-to-Machine) and mobile Internet of Things (IoT) services are foreseen types in future 5G mobile environments, as well as mobile cloud computing implementations.
The transition of the terrestrial television broadcasting from the analogue to the digital is a government policy, aims at gaining spectrum efficiency, which will bring consumer benefits by giving the consumers wider choice in television channels and services; industry benefits by introducing new revenue streams and business models; and government benefits by releasing the DIGITAL DIVIDEND at market value and get money for the public expenditure.