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Internet and IP protocol is the winning technology in current telecommunications world. "Over IP" is the concept that can be considered in the context of almost all today's telecommunications services. Good understanding of this "IP world" requires not only knowledge of technical aspects, of the IP technology, but also strategic, political business issues.
The course aims at presenting the current process of innovations in Internet from all of these important perspectives of view.
The Master of Communications Management (MCM) programme comprises three distinc elements of PG, Cert, PG Dip and Masters. The dissertation component provides an opportunity for the students to undertake rigorous research in a field relevant to their specialist course of study. the main deliverable will be a written document (dissertation), although in some instances supporting antefacts and other evidence may also be generated.
This Master of Communications Management (MCM) programme comprises three distinct elements of PG Cert, PG Dip and Masters. "This module aims to analyse the strategic management issues inherent in the convergence of Telecommunications, E-Commerce, Digital Media and IT, namely Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).
The module content will help the student analyse key market uncertainties faced by ICTs, in whichever country/region he/she is based or are active in the delivery of service
The ITU-D Digital Inclusion has developed this on-line certificate based self-paced training course, Web Accessibility: 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.
This self-paced online course on ? ICT Accessibility: The Key to Inclusive Communication? aims at developing good understanding of all stakeholders in the field of ICT accessibility, in particular focusing on related policies, regulations, technology trends and public procurement rules. This course has been developed as immediate response to the outcomes of the World Telecommunication Development Conference 2017, in particular on the ITU Regional Initiative for Europe that called for building human capacities in field of ICT accessibility.
The ITU-T A.1 training course provides an overview of the working methods used in ITU-T to develop international telecommunication standards. The course covers principles, terminology, rules and guidelines to orient newcomers and to help them to quickly become effective collaborators in this valuable work.
This online course will provide theoretical and practical knowledge of it and cyber security and security methods for computer, network and electronic communication.
The course consists of various chapters and will cover fundamentals, such as it versus ics, threats and their sources, authentication, computer access control, cryptography, network security, network firewall concepts, intrusion detection.
The student will get a comprehensive view on security in the cyber space.
The CIR course will provide students with all necessary knowledge of cyber incident response activities, what are main goals and challenges, and explaining main roles and responsibilities in such important process.
They will get most up to date trends in this area with an emphasis on most important details of each cyber incident response stage.
Upon the successful completion of this course, students will be able take a part in development and implementation of cyber incident plan.
Capacity building to Member States in Africa region in testing and approving conformity and interoperability of networks, devices and equipment