General security training - what type of cyber security training do you need? Part 2
By Samantha Allen 17 Jul 2019
The importance of cyber security
As mentioned in our previous article, no business is safe from cybercrime, and cyberattacks can happen when you least expect it. But having the right training can prevent or fix all kinds of nightmare issues. Not only will it keep your customers safe, but your own company data will be safe. And if the worst-case scenario does happen, cyber security training can help you and your team to respond and resolve the problem quickly and easily.
Read on for a brief overview of 5 more cyber security courses available, so you can choose the right training course for you or your team members.
1. Open Source Intelligence & Dark Web training courses
The internet is huge, but there's a lot more to it then the tiny corner you know about.
The Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) & Dark Web training courses will enable you to find key pieces of intelligence on the internet and Dark Web, so you can be one step ahead of criminals and other users. You’ll get the chance to explore and understand some of the hundreds of tools and websites available.
Go.Courses offer a range of Open Source Intelligence training courses, depending on your existing skill level, from beginners to advanced level. You can’t go wrong with the 5 day boot camp training HERE.
THIS IS GOOD FOR: finding key pieces of intelligence on the internet and Dark Web.
2. Cyber Defender training courses
This course provides a cyber lab offering a safe environment for IT and security teams to develop their cyber defence skills and put them to the test against the clock. The Cyber Defender course offers a foundation learning for your technical team members with multidisciplinary skills to work together and collaborate, mimicking a real cyber-attack.
Find the Cyber Defender training course HERE.
THIS IS GOOD FOR: testing and teaching those responsible for detecting and defending an organisation against a cyber-attack.
3. Cyber Security training courses
If you’re a manager or leader of an organisation or business, there’s an introduction to Cyber Security training course specially for you, so you can manage it more effectively. This course will identify and offer guidance on managing the main risks of using the internet within the business world.
THIS IS GOOD FOR: business managers or leaders in an organisation.
4. Reverse Engineering Malware training courses
If your business or organisation uses Linux then this course will be useful for you. The Reverse Engineering Malware course provides an introduction to reverse engineering malware in the Linux environment. You’ll gain an insight into the techniques used by malware to spread and infect other machines and devices, including IOT (Internet of Things).
THIS IS GOOD FOR: reverse engineering malware in Linux.
5. NIST Security Framework training courses
The NIST Cybersecurity Framework provides guidance on how to assess and improve your ability to prevent, detect, and respond to cyberattacks. It is used by a wide range of businesses and organisations and will help you to be proactive about risk management.
THIS IS GOOD FOR: understanding how to prevent, detect and respond to cyberattacks in your organisation.
This is just a small snippet of the variety of cyber security courses available. Last week we highlighted another bunch of cyber security courses, and next week we’ll have another selection for you.
At Go.Courses we provide hundreds of training courses, which are all delivered by expert instructors. The links in the article above point to training course locations all around the UK, and our instructors can also come right to your office. We also offer 1-1 training, so no request is too small.
Still unsure which is the right training course for you? Drop us a message and let’s chat.