New incident response management training course launched to support GDPR compliance


IT Governance, the leading global provider of cyber security, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and risk management solutions, has launched a brand-new incident response management training course to support individuals looking to develop an incident response programme. 

The Incident Response Management Foundation-level course will teach attendees how to detect, contain and mitigate disruptive incidents, and provides practical know-how on the incident management process according to the requirements of the GDPR and the Directive on security of network and information systems (NIS Directive).

Alan Calder, founder and executive chairman of IT Governance, said: “Our training courses are tailored to the specific needs of professionals everywhere, encouraging professional development as well as promoting continual improvement of information security habits. IT Governance continues to help thousands of clients achieve internationally-recognised qualifications, enabling them to implement the necessary practices for an incident response programme.”

More information on this one-day course can be found on our website, including booking information and full enrolment instructions. The course is ideal for cyber security teams, security managers and IT professionals responsible for establishing an incident response programme, and maintaining network and information security. The course is applicable to individuals and teams managing and responding to security incidents, who have had no formal training in incident management.

London dates:

Ø  2 July 2018

Ø  10 September 2018

Ø  12 November 2018

Ø  14 January 2019

Ø  4 March 2019

IT Governance offers a variety of cyber security and data protection solutions, such as certified training coursessecurity testing servicesbookstoolkitssoftware and consultancy services.
To book your place on one of IT Governance’s courses, please visit our website, email or call +44 (0)333 800 7000.

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