IT Governance Ltd, the global leader in IT governance, risk management, compliance and information security solutions, has reported that the next Digital Forensics Foundation training course will take place in London on 13 September. There are still some places available. Delegates responsible for preparing their organisations for forensic readiness are advised to book onto this highly beneficial course.
With the proliferation of cyber attacks and cyber crime, every organisation needs to be prepared for the action that will protect it in the short and long term. Digital forensics is a critical part of the business resilience armoury – you need to understand what actions to take to deal with a cyber attack, how to analyse what happened, and how to draw out the lessons that ensure that future attacks are minimised.
The Digital Forensics Foundation training course from IT Governance covers issues such as defining a strategy, identifying responsibilities and putting the required arrangements in place. It provides critical advice to enable organisations to fulfill the Cabinet Office ‘minimum mandatory measures’ requirement to have a ‘forensic readiness policy’.
This Digital Forensics Foundation training course is particularly suitable for IT Directors and CISOs through to IT Managers. People in these roles need to understand the basics of digital forensics as a discipline and to have an instructive overview of the types of information which can be found on computers, mobile phones and other forms of digital media.
The Digital Forensics Foundation training course will teach delegates how to minimise the risk of data loss without necessarily spending thousands on technology. The course will enable them to implement practical solutions in order to prevent both accidental and deliberate data security breaches. One delegate commented, "An excellent introduction for the time period. Good to have insight from someone who is a practitioner."
The next Digital Forensics Foundation training course is taking place on 13th September in London. The course fits well with the CISSP and SSCP CPE programme and is worth 8 credits, making attendance on this course a career-enhancing move for security professionals. It is also worth 8 hours of Continuing Professional Education for all other professional CPE programmes.
Organisations can book delegates onto this course online: www.itgovernance.co.uk/products/2519. Course places can also be booked directly with the friendly, helpful IT Governance service centre team on telephone number +44 (0)845 070 1750. Larger organisations can make bookings or purchases with a purchase order, either by telephone or by e-mail, to email@example.com. We welcome overseas delegates on all our courses and can provide guidance on travel and hotel arrangements.