IT Training Courses & Workshops
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Technology powers nearly every aspect of today’s businesses, from an individual employee’s work to operations to goods and services. When properly networked, technology can be optimized to improve communication, create efficiencies and increase productivity.
If an IT infrastructure is flexible, reliable and secure, it can help an enterprise meet its goals and provide a competitive edge in the market. Alternatively, if an IT infrastructure isn’t properly implemented, businesses can face connectivity, productivity and security issues—like system disruptions and breaches. Overall, having a properly implemented infrastructure can be a factor in whether a business is profitable or not.
With an IT infrastructure, a company can:
- Provide a positive customer experience by providing uninterrupted access to its website and online store.
- Develop and launch solutions to market with speed.
- Collect data in real time to make quick decisions.
- Improve employee productivity.
IT Strategy for Business
IT Systems Management
IT for Digital Economy
IT Project Management
Trends in IT
Innovations in IT
Information Storage Management
CompTIA Storage+ Certification Preparation
Data Center Architecture
Enterprise Intergration & Information Architecture
Enterprise Risk Management Best Practices
Lean Enterprise Systems
Strategic Information Systems
Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing
Building A Digital Analytics Organization
Shaping the Digital Enterprise Use Cases
Agile Strategy Management in the Digital Age
Building & Running Agile Organizations
Digital Business Models for Transformation
Building Digital Ecosystem Architectures
PMP® EXAM STUDY CLASSES
PMP® in Depth: Project Management Professional Certification Study
( Aligned to the PMBOK® Guide )
PMP® Project Management Professional Exam Preparation Classes
Project Management Tools & Techniques
Project Management Planning & Control
Understanding Agile Project Management
PMI-ACP Project Management Institute Agile Certified Practitioner exam study
Project Management Professional Practice Tests
How to Manage Your Projects
Mastering Scrum to Boost Productivity
Project Risk Management
CAPM : Certified Associate in Project Management Study for the CAPM Exam Preparation
PMI-PBA® Exam Practice Test Preparation
Professional technical roadmap to PRINCE2 Project Management
Understanding Business Analysis
Project Management for MBA Students
Project Life Cycle Economics: Cost Estimation & Management
Project Management Case Studies
Project Management Best Practices
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
Digital transformation is the process of using digital technologies to create new — or modify existing — business processes, culture, and customer experiences to meet changing business and market requirements. This reimagining of business in the digital age is digital transformation.
It transcends traditional roles like sales, marketing, and customer service. Instead, digital transformation begins and ends with how you think about, and engage with, customers. As we move from paper to spreadsheets to smart applications for managing our business, we have the chance to reimagine how we do business — how we engage our customers — with digital technology on our side.
Some digital transformation examples include implementing tangible, customer-centric digital tools like mobile applications or websites that improve the customer journey. And others involve machine learning algorithms that transform a traditional business into a digital business.
India and the $20 trillion innovation opportunity in the 12 disruptive technologies. McKinsey recently identified 12 digital technologies that could lead to a $20 trillion to $30 trillion economic impact on the world in 2025. ET outlines these 12 technologies and unpacks the role they could play in India.
The Economic Times Bureau
IDC study provides IDC’s predictions for digital transformation for 2022
“Direct digital transformation (DX) investment growth rates are accelerating, up to 16.5% CAGR for 2022-2024. This is an increase of one full percentage point from the 15.5% CAGR we saw for the 2020-2023 time frame. Investment levels for 2022-2024 are expected to be $6.3 trillion and are 55% of all ICT investment by the end of 2024. This is a $0.9 trillion increase from the 2020-2023 time frame where we forecast direct investment at $5.4 trillion. For the first time ever, we see that the majority of enterprise organizations (at 53%) have an enterprisewide digital transformation strategy, a 42% increase from just two years ago,” states Shawn Fitzgerald, research director, Worldwide Digital Transformation Strategies.
New technologies like cloud computing, social networks, and mobile applications are changing the way companies do business. Today’s enterprises can reach more people and deliver superior performance faster than ever before. No matter what product or service you provide, the digital revolution is transforming your industry. As a CIO, your challenge will be to leverage digital technology to streamline your business model and enhance your customers’ experience.
What is Digital Business & Digital Transformation
Mobility & Mobile Technologies
Internet of Things
SOURCE : Mckinsey Global Institute
E – Business & E – Commerce
Agile Business Processes
Customer Relationship Management
Maximize Sales and Profits
CLOUD COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES
A cloud computing IT infrastructure is similar to traditional infrastructure. However, end users can access the infrastructure via the internet, with the ability to use computing resources without installing on-premises through virtualization. Virtualization connects physical servers maintained by a service provider at any or many geographical locations. Then, it divides and abstracts resources, like storage, to make them accessible to users almost anywhere an internet connection can be made. Because cloud infrastructure is often public, it’s usually referred to as a public cloud.
Cloud computing is Web-based computing that allows businesses and individuals to consume computing resources such as virtual machines, databases, processing, memory, services, storage, messaging, events, and pay-as-you-go. Cloud services often improve upon older ones. For example, the pay-as-you-go model charges for resources as they are used. Unlike traditional computing, if you do not use any resources, you do not need to pay. Similar to a water connection or an electricity line, you have a meter and this meter keeps track of your monthly usage. You then pay for that usage at a given rate.
Here are some key advantages of cloud computing:
1. Cloud computing allows a business to cut their operational and fixed monthly costs of hardware, databases, servers, software licenses. Eventually, it will reduce the need for IT resources, including people. All hardware, database servers, web servers, software, products, and services are hosted in the cloud and added to an account as needed.
2. Cloud computing offers 24/7 uptime (99.99% uptime). Cloud servers and data centers are managed by the cloud service provided. Therefore, there is no need for employee management.
3. Cloud computing is scalable and reliable. There is no limit to the number of users or resources. Furthermore, the cloud increases processing and resources as needed. If you do not need resources, you can always scale down.
4. Cloud computing provides maintainability and automatic updates of new software, OS, databases, and third-party software. It also reduces IT labor cost for a business.
Here is a list of top 10 cloud service providers:
- Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- Microsoft Azure
- Google Cloud
- Alibaba Cloud
- IBM Cloud
- Rackspace Cloud
Whether it’s infrastructure, software, applications, services, products, or even an operating system, everything is making its way to the cloud. As a result, billions of dollars are being invested in cloud migration. The most popular cloud providers, their cloud offerings, and which cloud provider you should choose for your cloud services.
Cloud computing has multiplied over the past several years. As such businesses are increasingly transitioning to different cloud services.
Virtualization & Cloud Computing
Understanding Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing Architectures
Cloud Computing Services
Cloud Computing Virtualized Data Center
Economics & Practices of Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing Implementation, Security & Privacy
Cloud Computing & SOA Convergence
Data Security in Cloud Computing
Testing Cloud Services
Cloud Computing Exam Preparation
Cloud Computing Use Cases
Cloud Computing Best Practices
CompTIA Cloud+ Certification Preparation
Cloud Service Providers ( CSPs )
Here are the factors you should consider to evaluate the security of a cloud service provider:
- Compliance with quality standards and having accredited certifications
- Data Management
- Data governance and security policies
- Service dependencies and partnerships with other vendors
- Contracts and SLAs
- Service delivery
- Legal protections
- Reliability & Performance
- Migration support and vendor lock-in
- Company profile of the service provider
Google Cloud Certifications
Here is a list of Google cloud certifications:
- Associate Cloud Engineer
- Professional Data Engineer
- Professional Cloud Architect
- Professional Cloud Developer
- Professional Cloud Network Engineer
- Professional Cloud Security Engineer
- G Suite
The different levels of Amazon Web Services ( AWS ) certification:
There are 4 different levels of certification with AWS
Practitioner: This is considered the foundation level when starting our your certification journey with AWS and is a recommended and optional step before taking the Associate level certifications.
Associate: These certifications require more experience than the Practitioner, and you should have some hands-on experience in provisioning resources in addition to some problem-solving skills in AWS.
Professional: Although you can take the professional level certifications first, it’s recommended to attain at least the associate level certifications first to provide a base-level knowledge of AWS that is required to take the more advanced professional level certifications. Before taking this level of certification you must have a comprehensive understanding of many different attributes of how to run, optimize, and troubleshoot solutions within AWS.
Specialty: The Specialty level certifications hone in on one particular domain within AWS, for example, ‘Security’ or ‘Databases’, and therefore require deep technical knowledge and experience within that particular topic. These are comparable to the Professional level certification with regards to difficulty.
Here is a list of Microsoft Azure certifications.
- AZ-103: Microsoft Azure Administrator
- AZ-203: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure
- AZ-300: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies
- AZ-301: Microsoft Azure Architect Design
- AZ-400: Microsoft Azure DevOps Solutions
- AZ-500: Microsoft Azure Security Technologies
- AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals
- 70-487: Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services
- 70-537: Configuring and Operating a Hybrid Cloud with Microsoft Azure Stack
BUSINESS ANALYTICS & INTELLIGENCE
Business intelligence combines business analytics, data mining, data visualization, data tools and infrastructure, and best practices to help organizations make more data-driven decisions. In practice, you know you’ve got modern business intelligence when you have a comprehensive view of your organization’s data and use that data to drive change, eliminate inefficiencies, and quickly adapt to market or supply changes. Modern BI solutions prioritize flexible self-service analysis, governed data on trusted platforms, empowered business users, and speed to insight.
Business intelligence is an umbrella term that covers the processes and methods of collecting, storing, and analyzing data from business operations or activities to optimize performance. All of these things come together to create a comprehensive view of a business to help people make better, actionable decisions. Over the past few years, business intelligence has evolved to include more processes and activities to help improve performance. These processes include:
- Data mining: Using databases, statistics, and machine learning (ML) to uncover trends in large datasets
- Reporting: Sharing data analysis to stakeholders so they can draw conclusions and make decisions
- Performance metrics and benchmarking: Comparing current performance data to historical data to track performance against goals, typically using customized dashboards
- Descriptive analytics: Using preliminary data analysis to find out what happened
- Querying: Asking the data-specific questions, BI pulling the answers from the data sets
- Statistical analysis: Taking the results from descriptive analytics and further exploring the data using statistics such as how this trend happened and why
- Data visualization: Turning data analysis into visual representations such as charts, graphs, and histograms to more easily consume data
- Visual analysis: Exploring data through visual storytelling to communicate insights on the fly and stay in the flow of analysis
- Data preparation: Compiling multiple data sources, identifying the dimensions and measurements, and preparing it for data analysis
Understanding Data Warehouse
Building the Data Warehouse
Data Warehouse Case Studies
Customer Relationship Management
Data Mining and CRM
Business Analysis for Practitioners
Business Analytics, Data Analytics & Decision Making
Business Analysis for Business Intelligence
Business Analytics for Managers
Agile & Business Analysis
Business Analysis Tools & Techniques
Business Analysis Success Factors
DATA SCIENCE & BIG DATA
Big data defined
What exactly is big data?
The definition of big data is data that contains greater variety, arriving in increasing volumes and with more velocity. This is also known as the three Vs.
Put simply, big data is larger, more complex data sets, especially from new data sources. These data sets are so voluminous that traditional data processing software just can’t manage them. But these massive volumes of data can be used to address business problems you wouldn’t have been able to tackle before.
The three Vs of big data
The amount of data matters. With big data, you’ll have to process high volumes of low-density, unstructured data. This can be data of unknown value, such as Twitter data feeds, clickstreams on a web page or a mobile app, or sensor-enabled equipment. For some organizations, this might be tens of terabytes of data. For others, it may be hundreds of petabytes.
Velocity is the fast rate at which data is received and (perhaps) acted on. Normally, the highest velocity of data streams directly into memory versus being written to disk. Some internet-enabled smart products operate in real time or near real time and will require real-time evaluation and action.
Variety refers to the many types of data that are available. Traditional data types were structured and fit neatly in a relational database. With the rise of big data, data comes in new unstructured data types. Unstructured and semistructured data types, such as text, audio, and video, require additional preprocessing to derive meaning and support metadata.
Understanding Big Data
Understanding Data Science
Careers in Big Data
Enterprise Business Intelligence & Big Data
BIG DATA: TERADATA UNIFIED DATA ARCHITECTURE™
Big Data & Hadoop Infrastructure
Big Data Case Studies
Understanding Predictive Analytics
Big Data & Business Intelligence
An Architecture for Big Data Analytics
Big Data Analytics for Cloud, IoT and Cognitive Computing
Lean Performance ERP Project Management
Customer Relationship Management
Enterprise Resource Planning
Data Lakes & Data Mesh Architectures
IT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Business process management (BPM) is a structured approach to improving the processes organizations use to get work done, serve their customers and generate business value. A business process is an activity or set of activities that helps accomplish an organization’s goals, such as increasing profits or promoting workforce diversity. BPM uses various methods to improve a business process by analyzing it, modeling how it works in different scenarios, implementing changes, monitoring the new process and continuously improving its ability to drive desired business outcomes and results.
BPM is a broad discipline and, by definition, a dynamic one given how the organizational roles, rules, tactics, business goals and other elements it encompasses are constantly changing. Over the years, BPM has accommodated a variety of optimization methodologies, from Six Sigma and lean management to Agile.
As business processes at some companies became too large and complex to be managed without the aid of automated tools, BPM software products were developed to support large-scale business change. These enabling BPM technologies have in turn evolved, driven by advances in AI, machine learning and other so-called intelligent technologies that are providing new ways to discover, design, measure, improve and automate workflows. With the rise of digital business, BPM’s traditional focus on back-end processes has shifted to now include the optimization of customer and employee systems of engagement.
Management Information Systems ( MIS )
Enterprise Architecture ( EA )
It provides the most effective path to realizing an Enterprise’s strategy. A good EA uses a holistic approach to translate strategy into a well-defined execution path, using appropriate analysis, planning, design, and implementation methods. The purpose of EA is to enable the Enterprise to most effectively achieve the mission, business strategy, and goals through cycles of planning, design, deployment, and delivery of change. An architected approach provides a rigorous planning methodology that validates the business objectives, ensuring that they are feasible, deliver the desired business value, and their achievement is cost-effective.
TOGAF® Certification Exam Preparation Course
The TOGAF 9.1 standard definition is: “an individual, team, or organization (or classes thereof) with interests in, or concerns relative to, the outcome of the architecture; different stakeholders with different roles will have different concerns”.
The Project Management Institute (PMI) definition is: “an individual, group, or organization, who may affect, be affected by, or perceive itself to be affected by a decision, activity, or outcome of a project”.
The ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010:2011 definition is: “an individual, team, organization, or classes thereof, having an interest in an Enterprise or system”
Master Data Management ( MDM )
Business Process Management ( BPM )
Business Continuity Management
If you were hit by a cyber attack and lost the use of your IT systems, would you be able to carry on? your business if premises were forced to close, what would you do? If you were affected by unexpected staff absence, how could you reassure your customers that you can still offer them the service they expect?
Being unprepared can lead to financial and reputational damage, which could prove disastrous. You could fail to keep up with customer demand or lose important business, or your customers could go elsewhere. Without a proper risk assessment strategy, your company directors could even face prosecution if a major incident occurs and results in loss or injury.
Business continuity management (BCM) is a type of risk management designed to address the threat of disruptions to business activities or processes.
It involves making and validating business continuity plans (BCPs) to ensure you can respond to and recover from potential threats as effectively as possible.
Continuing to provide an acceptable level of service throughout a disruptive incident helps preserve corporate reputation and, ultimately, revenue.
Demonstrating that you have effective business continuity measures in place can also improve your insurance premiums and provide new contract opportunities.
This can be best attained by implementing a business continuity management system (BCMS) aligned with the international standard ISO 22301:2012
IT Disaster Recovery Planning for IT Professionals
Disaster Recovery, Crisis Response and Business Continuity
Building an Effective Incident Management Plan
CISA Certified Information Systems Auditor’s Exam Preparation
The Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) is a professional qualification offered by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA). It is intended for people who want to specialise in the auditing, control and security of information systems.
ISACA’s Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) designation is a globally recognized certification for IS audit control, assurance and security professionals. Being CISA-certified showcases your audit experience, skills, and knowledge, and demonstrates you are capable of assessing vulnerabilities, report on compliance and institute controls within the enterprise.
The CISA training for exam preparation has a total of seven primary sections. All seven sections will collectively help you prepare for the CISA certification exam while also enhancing your overall competencies in auditing, controlling, monitoring and assessing information technology and business systems. The seven primary sections covered are the following:
- General information regarding the exam
- CISA Domain 1: The Process of Auditing Information Systems
- CISA Domain 2: Governance and Management of IT
- CISA Domain 3: Information Systems Acquisition, Development and Implementation
- CISA Domain 4: Information Systems Operations, Maintenance and Service Management
- CISA Domain 5: Protection of Information Assets
- Exam practice / preparation (Sample Exam)
IT SERVICES MANAGEMENT
IT service management — often referred to as ITSM — is simply how IT teams manage the end-to-end delivery of IT services to customers. This includes all the processes and activities to design, create, deliver, and support IT services.
The core concept of ITSM is the belief that IT should be delivered as a service. A typical ITSM scenario could involve asking for new hardware like a laptop. You would submit your request through a portal, filling out a ticket with all relevant information, and kicking off a repeatable workflow. Then, the ticket would land in the IT team’s queue, where incoming requests are sorted and addressed according to importance.
Due to their day-to-day interactions with IT, people often misconstrue ITSM as basic IT support. On the contrary, ITSM teams oversee all kinds of workplace technology, ranging from laptops, to servers, to business-critical software applications.
Customer Relationship Management ( CRM )
IT Services Management
ITIL® 4 Foundation Certification Training Course
ITIL offers best practices for delivering IT services using a systematic approach to IT service management (ITSM). ITIL certification is near the top of almost every list of must-have IT certifications, and for good reason. As an IT management framework, ITIL can help businesses manage risk, strengthen customer relations, establish cost-effective practices, and build a stable IT environment that allows for growth, scale, and change.
The ITIL 4 was updated by Axelos in February 2019 to include a stronger emphasis on maintaining agility, flexibility, and innovation in ITSM, while still supporting legacy networks and systems. As of 2021, ITIL 4 has been fully rolled out and Axelos announced plans to discontinue ITIL 3 completely by the start of 2022.
1: Service Management as a Practice
2: Generic Concepts
3. ITIL Service Lifecycle
4: Service Strategy
5: Service Design
6: Service Transition
7: Service Operations
8: Continual Service Improvement
9: ITIL Foundation Exam Tips and Tricks
Enhanced Telecom Operations Map ( eTOM )
In use by hundreds of companies around the world, accepted as a formal standard by the ITU-T, and translated into 6 languages, the eTOM is truly the business process heart of the TeleManagement Forum’s ( TMF ) New Generation Operations Systems and Software (NGOSS) framework. By providing the industry with a common structure for defining and sharing business processes, the eTOM enables service providers and their suppliers to work together to understand the current state of their business activities, identify improvements, and define new processes to streamline the business.
At the overall conceptual level, eTOM can be viewed as having the following three major process areas:
Strategy, Infrastructure & Product covering planning and lifecycle management
Operations covering the core of operational management
Enterprise Management covering corporate or business support management
COBIT 5.0 FRAMEWORK
ISACA’s COBIT 5 credentials affirm holders among the world’s most-qualified enterprise IT governance professionals. If you’re working in audit and insurance, risk management, or governance of enterprise IT, then COBIT is your one-stop solution for mastering IT. IT professionals such as auditors, IT managers, and managers in IT service-providing firms will find this COBIT course helpful in advancing their careers.
COBIT® 5 Foundation is the entry level certification exam.
Obtaining the Foundation level demonstrates basic knowledge and understanding of the COBIT 5 guidance, principles and models.
- Gain a holistic understanding of the governance and management of an organisation’s internal information systems and technology
- Provide top management with an overview of current IT enterprise findings, identifying key problem areas of improvement
- Recommend improvements, by implementation aspects of COBIT 5
Who is COBIT 5 Foundation for:
COBIT 5 is aimed at organisations of all sizes and all sectors. It is ideal for professionals involved in assurance, security, risk, privacy/compliance and business leaders and stakeholders involved in or affected by governance and management of information and IT systems, such as:
IT Quality Professionals
IT Operational Management
ΙT Business Leadership Management
Managers in IT Service providing firms
IT Governance and the Political Dimension
Emergence of IT Governance
Political and Legislative Drivers
IT Governance Frameworks
The Difference Between a Standard and a Framework
COBIT, ITIL and ISO/IEC 27000
Core Concepts in COBIT 5
Governance of Enterprise IT and COBIT 5
Substantiating the COBIT 5 Principles
Value Creation and Benefits Realisation
Categories of IT Investment
Importance of Categorising Investments
Key Components of the IT Investment Approval Process
How Expected Benefits Can be Defined and Quantified
How Benefits Can be Realised
COBIT 5 for Risk
Drivers for Risk
COBIT 5 Enablers
COBIT 5 for Risk and Other Frameworks
Key Objectives for Information Security
Drivers for Information Security
Benefits of COBIT 5 for Information Security
Capabilities of COBIT 5 for Information Security
COBIT 5 Enablers for Implementing Information Security
Implementing Information Security Initiatives
COBIT 5 for Information Security and Other Frameworks
Assurance & Drivers for Assurance
Key Concepts in Assurance Methodologies and Techniques
Components of Assurance Initiatives
Transforming Cyber Security using COBIT 5
Aligning CobiT®, ITIL® and ISO/IEC 27002 for – ISACA
INTERNET & e-BUSINESS
Digital marketing, also known as online marketing, refers to advertising delivered through digital channels to promote brands and connect potential customers using the internet and other forms of digital communication such as:
- Search engines
- Social media
- Mobile apps
- Text messaging
In-short, if a marketing campaign is using any of the above online media channels, it is digital marketing.
Consumers today rely heavily on digital means to research products. Some 77% of customers research a brand online before engaging with it, according to HubSpot Research. Meanwhile, 51% of consumers say they use Google to research products before buying.
Digital marketing uses a range of strategies to reach customers, whether the aim is to tempt them into making a purchase, increase their brand awareness, or simply engage with your brand. Modern digital marketing comprises a broad system of channels, including:
- Social media
- Content marketing
- Website marketing
- SEO (search engine optimization)
- PPC (pay per click) advertising
To achieve the true potential of digital marketing, marketers must dig deep into today’s vast and intricate cross-channel world to discover strategies that make an impact through engagement marketing.
ECommerce & EBusiness
eCommerce in the Cloud
Data Driven Marketing
Starting an Online Business
Social Media Strategy
Visual Social Marketing
Social Media Commerce
Social Media Engagement
Real Time Content Marketing
It can provide a standard procedure to design and develop a software.
Software Engineering contains all the topics of Software Engineering like Software Engineering Models, Software Development Life Cycle, Requirement Engineering, Software Design tools, Software Design Strategies, Software Design levels, Software Project Management, Software Management activities, Software Management Tools, Software Testing levels, Software Testing approaches, Quality Assurance Vs. Quality control, Manual Testing, Software Maintenance, Software Re-engineering and Software Development Tool such as CASE Tool.
Understanding Software Development Process
Software Project Management
Software Architecture in Practice
Software Quality Testing & Assurance
Agile Software Development
Scrum in Agile Software Project Management
Managing the Software Process
Estimating Software Costs
Software Quality Models
Software Requirements & Estimation
Service Oriented Architecture ( SOA )
Lean Six Sigma
It is the combination of cultural philosophies, practices, and tools that increases an organization’s ability to deliver applications and services at high velocity: evolving and improving products at a faster pace than organizations using traditional software development and infrastructure management processes. This speed enables organizations to better serve their customers and compete more effectively in the market.
IT security management consists of processes to enable organizational structure and technology to protect an organization’s IT operations and assets against internal and external threats, intentional or otherwise. These processes are developed to ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability of IT systems. Various aspects to IT security in an organization need to be considered. These include security policies and procedures, security organization structure, IT security processes, and rules and regulations.
Security policies and procedures are essential for implementing IT security management: authorizing security roles and responsibilities for various security personnel, setting rules for expected behavior from users and security role players, setting rules for business continuity plans, and more. The security policy should be generally agreed to by most personnel in the organization and have support from high-level management. This helps prioritize at the overall organization level.
The IT security processes are essentially part of an organization’s risk management processes and business continuity strategies. In a business environment marked by globalization, organizations have to be aware of both national and international rules and regulations. Their information security and privacy policies must conform to these rules and regulations.
Security Management, Frameworks & Best Practices
Security Development Life Cycle
Cyber Crimes & Cyber Security
Security Risk Assessment for Physical & Operational Security
Security Planning & Disaster Recovery
Security Information & Event Management
Public Key Infrastructure ( PKI )
Network Security Assessment
Ethical Hacking & Penetration Testing
Building and Maintaining Security Operations Center
Design & Operations of Security Surveillance Centers
Managing Physical Security
CEH Certified Ethical Hacker Exam Preparation Course
Best Practices for Securing Infrastructure
CISSP Certified Information Systems Security Professional Exam Preparation
CCNA Cyber Ops SECOPS Exam Preparation
Corporate Security for Assets Protection
CISSP Practice Tests
CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner Exam Preparation
Understanding Cyber Security
Understanding Cuber Crime Investigations
CompTIA CSA+ Cyber Security Analyst Exam Preparation
Understanding Computer Forensics & Investigations
ISACA Certified Information Security Manager Exam Preparation
ISO 27001 27002 for Data Security
Implementing ISO_IEC 27001 ISMS Standard
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