In this interview, QA Training's cyber security director, Greg Newton-Ingham, explains how the increasing amount of pressure on businesses to thwart cyber attacks has led to a transformation in the role of the chief information security officer (CISO).
This is the second part of a two-part interview with Newton-Ingham. The first part can be viewed here.
About QA Training:
QA provides more than 50 cyber security training courses that range from end-user awareness and information assurance to professional security body certifications. Their expert trainers deliver real-world, hands-on learning that can be applied in the workplace. For more information on QA courses visit www.qa.com/cybersecurity or email email@example.com.
QA also offers a new Master's degree in cyber security. The two-year, part-time programme gives students the skills to handle security incidents, identify new and existing threats and determine methods to reduce the threat. For more information on the Master's course visit www.masters.qa.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Computing and QA Training's Securing Talent campaign aims to raise awareness about the growing need of cyber security skills within industry and government. The campaign hopes to distinguish a clear pathway for people to succeed in the cyber security profession.
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