NCA ECC:2018 Essential Cybersecurity Controls Lead Implementer Course

Course Description: This course is an intensive and highly rated 3-day program for the preparation of delegates in implementing NCA ECC:2018. The overall concept of the course is to provide practical and theoretical knowledge as basis for adopting and implementing the Essential Cybersecurity Controls.

The course comprises of lectures, interactive groups and individual workshop, case studies, role play exercises, giving touches of real time scenarios, including the following topics:

• Knowledge about NCA ECC:2018 clauses
• ECC Purpose & Business Benefits
• Risk Assessments & implementing of Controls
• Introduction to ECC Controls and ECC five domains

وقت الدورة موقع الدورة السعر سعر الطلاب سعر الاونلاين المدرب حالة التسجيل التقييم
مسائية من الساعة 4 عصراً الى 9 مساءً لمدة 3 أيام، بتاريخ 29-11-2020 الى 01-12-2020 اونلاين 3500.00 3500.00 3500.00 جيمس شييرز انتهى وقت التسجيل التقييم مغلق
لغة المحاضر الانجليزية
المحتوى الانجليزية
الفئة المستهدفة Organizations wanting to implement an Information Security management system under the umbrella of NCA ECC:2018 or individuals who want to further their career as an ISMS consultant: • IT Professionals / Consultants • Management Representatives / IT Managers • Security Managers • Any individual want to pursue their career in information security
المدة 3 أيام

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  • James Shires
    5.00 out of 5

    James Shires is a research fellow with the Cyber Security Project at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School. His research examines cybersecurity in the Middle East, focusing on the interaction between threats to individuals, states and organizations, new regional dynamics, and the development of cybersecurity expertise. He holds a DPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford, an MSc from Birkbeck College, London, and a BA from the University of Cambridge. He has won awards for cybersecurity papers from the Hague Program on Cyber Norms, the German Marshall Fund and the International Institute for Strategic Studies. He has written policy papers on cybersecurity for Oxford Analytica, LSE and War on the Rocks