CISMP is a good foundation to start a cyber- or information- security career. Candidates cover the basics of the topics involved, and will have a sound understanding for each area covered, which will in turn help them decide which they want to pursue in order to further their career. CISMP has no ongoing CPD requirement.
It's International Women's Day and to celebrate this we take a look at one of the pioneering women in technology - Katherine Johnson.
Suffering a data breach can be devastating for any company but for law firms the impacts can be particularly harmful. How can clients or potential clients trust a firm that has suffered a breach? How can they be assured that their information is safe?
After the UK voted to leave the EU in the referendum vote last year, many people questioned whether the UK needed to worry about the potential impact of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). However, regardless of how far the Brexit negotiations have progressed, the government has confirmed that the decision will not affect the new regulations and that it will still be passed into UK and European law on 25th May 2018.
Companies in the financial services and insurance industries are a high profile target for cybercriminals. This is particularly worrying given a recent report that suggests just 1 in 5 insurers and banks are confident that they can detect a cyber breach.
According to the Cyber Readiness Report 2017*, 45% of UK businesses have no plans to take out cyber insurance and think that a cyber insurance policy is not relevant for them.
The 13th October was Ada Lovelace Day. As many of you already know, Ada is widely considered to be the first person to write a computer programme and therefore the first computer programmer. Ada is not the only pioneering woman within the world of Information Technology and I’d like to take a few minutes to talk about my personal hero Hedy Lamarr.
Hi everyone, it’s Matt here again with another blog post. This time I will tell you the tale of how I almost fell victim to cybercrime and how cyber security awareness training helped me spot the scam before it was too late.
PGI is pleased to offer a range of E-Learning Cyber Security Training courses within our curricula. E-Learning can be a particularly useful and effective learning platform for those wanting to study at their own pace - in the office, at home or remotely.
The vast majority of us now use social media to keep in touch with friends and family, but unfortunately unsecure social media accounts provide a goldmine of information for online criminals.
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