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Our Courses

 Training professionals, students, and enthusiasts in cybersecurity, cyber diplomacy, and cyberpsychology is an integral part of our mission to promote cyber resilience and world peace. We work to equip policymakers, law enforcement officers, and corporations from anywhere globally with the skills needed to meet today's challenges. Through targeted training programs tailored to the industry-wide requirement and efficient use of policing capabilities, we allow our training participants to learn, develop and apply new competencies to face new age challenges.

Technical education that we provide

Cybersecurity for Computer Science Engineers

The cyber security landscape is constantly evolving and organisations are finding it increasingly difficult to defend themselves from these constantly changing and persistent threats. It is critical that both business and government agencies protect their systems and data from potential risks arising from these threats. Because of this, there is a demand for qualified cyber security professionals.

Our Cyber Security and Networks course is an opportunity for you to develop knowledge and skills necessary to address these challenges and meet the demand. The course offered by CyberDiplomat for Computer Science Students aims to give you a fundamental understanding of how to protect organisations, networks, IT systems and individuals against cyber attacks and potential risks. You will be taught by staff who are actively engaged in cyber security research and possess substantial experience of the application of security-related technologies in industry.

Cybersecurity for SCADA & Critical Infrastructure

The course is designed to ensure that the workforce involved in supporting and defending industrial control systems is trained to keep the operational environment safe, secure, and resilient against current and emerging cyber threats. The course will provide you with an understanding of industrial control system components, purposes, deployments, significant drivers, and constraints. Hands-on lab learning experiences to control system attack surfaces, methods, and tools. Control system approaches to system and network defense architectures and techniques. Incident-response skills in a control system environment Governance models and resources for industrial cybersecurity professionals. We provide guidance on practical projects to facilitate learning through practical problems.

Cybersecurity for Drones and Automotive Technology 

Drones and Automated Vehicle are vulnerable to cyberattack. The addition of new drones or ground-based vehicles in surveillance and traffic control is rapidly becoming a new standard. As with any new technology, any serious vulnerability assessment must ask, Can my own autonomous vehicles be used against me? While securing networks with National Institute of Standards and Testing (NIST), International Organization for Standardization and the Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR) cyber risk framework are well known to IT professionals, securing drones is much more difficult; particularly if the drone is used for critical infrastructure and a concern to the government.

Cyber for Law Students

The course covers a selection of topics in the field of Information Technology and the Law (or Cyberlaw). It will begin by considering the debate about the nature of the influence of information technology upon the development of new legal doctrine, moving on to consider both how the law has responded to the challenges of information technologies, and the extent to which legal issues have shaped the development of information society policy. This course does not require an in-depth understanding of contemporary computer technology – we are primarily interested in the implications of the use of information technology, and the intended and unintended consequences of regulating that use.

The course will provide an introduction to Digitisation and Law, and explore the key contemporary cross-border challenges of information law, including regulation of the digital environment, responsibilities of platforms such as Google and Facebook for the content that they host, Free speech, Copyright law in the digital (sharing) economy, Children’s rights, Regulating personal data processing, Machine learning and algorithmic decision-making

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