The CSIRT/SOC Establishment and Modernisation course is training program specifically designed to help organisations to establish an effective CSIRT/SOC team. The course provides a detailed guidance on the CSIRT/SOC team mandate and covers all the key elements required for its successful establishment. Our experienced instructors bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the course, drawing upon real-world cases to share the critical lessons learned.
National cyber crisis management course is the introductory two-day, scenario-based, purpose-built training designed to take attendees to the intermediate level. The course will include both theoretical and practical components that cover a wide range of topics related to national cyber crisis management. Students will explore the main concepts of cyber crisis management, understand the key roles and responsibilities of key stakeholders involved in national cybersecurity crisis management, including the role CSIRTs.
Network forensics is a subset of digital forensics that deals with network attacks and their investigation. In the era of network attacks and malware threats, it's now more important than ever to have the skills required to investigate network attacks and vulnerabilities. Network Forensics starts with the core concepts like coding, networking, forensics tools, and methodologies for forensic investigations. We will also explore the tools used for network forensics, followed by understanding how to apply those tools to a PCAP file and write the accompanying report.
Aimed at parents and guardians, this course covers child online behaviours, threats, and risks, helping to build open conversations about cyber safety in the family setting.
This course engages parents in understanding the nature of children's online engagements, focusing on reducing risks and safeguarding children online.
Designed for policy-makers, this course focuses on child online behaviours, threats, and risks associated with cyberspace, aiming to develop national policies and strategies that are holistic, inclusive, and evidence-based.
Tailored for professionals in the education sector, this introductory course on Child Online Protection addresses online risks and provides guidance on shaping positive digital practices among young people.
This course is designed to help educators better understand the risks related to Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (further - OCSEA), and how the educational environments can be used to prevent children from harm associated with OCSEA.
Focusing on protecting civilian aspects of cyberspace, this course covers the overarching principles and good practices in drafting, developing, and managing a National Cybersecurity Strategy, based on existing models and frameworks.