Short Course in Cyber Security - NCC Education

Short Course in Cyber Security

The Short Course in Cyber Security will provide participants with knowledge of the fundamental principles, underlying theory and practical skills employed in securing information and networks.

It will allow learners to assess the security risks inherent in computer networks and the technologies that can be employed to counter such risks. It covers cryptographic algorithms, including practical examples of breaking codes. As a practical course that teaches the principles of network security and cryptography, our Short Course in Cyber Security allows learners to acquire and demonstrate their practical, work ready skills in this field.

  • Cryptography Fundamentals
  • Public-Key Infrastructure
  • Web Security
  • Email Security
  • Data Protection
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Authentication
  • Access Control
  • Firewalls
  • VPN
  • Remote Access
  • Wireless Security
  • As a minimum, participants should have:
    • Good IT knowledge
    • Good understanding of English

The NCC Education Short Course in Cyber Security is accreditated by the Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is the intentional development of the knowledge and skills needed to perform in a professional context. CPD obligations are present in most professions and considered a priority by many companies as they ensure a constant developing workforce. To date, the CPD global community has welcomed over 900 accredited providers in more than 40 countries.   

 

The CPD Standards Office forms part of the Professional Development Consortium, a research and accreditation organisation founded in 2012 and has since accredited thousands of training activities and courses worldwide. CPD accreditation is recognised worldwide and deemed an accolade of the quality of services as well as insurance of continuing development within the industry. 

Accepted by the HRDF for funding in Malaysia.

Manage IT/technology security management process, requirements and systems.