Mon, 10th July 2017
Cisco Cyber Security
This course introduces the importance of cybersecurity and current trends, eight modules with presentations and panel discussions that feature industry experts.
Cybersecurity refers to people, products and processes that protect electronic data from those with malicious intent. The course modules define cybersecurity, explain why it is important and introduce some of the products and processes used to secure data.
Age Group: Teens aged 13 to 17
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• Explain the importance of cybersecurity in the global economy
• Explain why cybersecurity is a growing profession
• Explain the characteristics and operation of malware
• Explain how hackers use unsuspecting individuals to propagate malware
• Explain why cybersecurity is critical to the banking industry
• Explain why cybersecurity is critical to the telecommunications industry
• Explain CISCO’s approach to cybersecurity
• Explain the behaviour-based approach to cybersecurity
• Explain the characteristics of cyber warfare
• Explain how Cisco Security Intelligence Operations (SIO) tracks and responds to a global threat
• Explain trends in the cyber threat landscape
• Explain the framework of the Enterprise Security Architecture
• Explain why cybersecurity is critical to the medical devices industry
• Explain the opportunities for pursuing network security certifications
Lectures, hands on practice & workshops.
Good knowledge of English.
CISCO Certification Awarded
Monday 10th July 2017
Monday 18th September 2017
Once weekly 9:00am – 2:30pm
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