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Introduction to Smart Security

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Today’s world is highly dependent on technology.  Businesses have become more efficient and productive using automated machineries, robots, ERP Systems, CRM Systems, Analytics and all the multi-million IT investments that promise improved KPIs and business results.  The Internet has also allowed the sharing and flooding of information across the globe where everyone can now connect and easily communicate with anyone in the world through social media, IMs and mobile devices with relatively minimal costs.  Information is literally at the touch of a button with search engines that trawl the Internet for anything and everything posted online:  status updates, profiles, photos, videos, camera feeds, music, blogs, news, articles, games, software, documents, manuals, etc. – the list goes on.

On the flipside, hacking has become easier with available hacking tools, high-speed connections and poorly designed software that open the door to new viruses, trojans, phishing, spoofing, clickJacking, keylogging, DDoS (Distributed Denial-of-Service) attacks, backdoors, social engineering, ransomware, and APTs (Advanced Persistent Threats) and many, many more. Learning more about the different security domains gives organizations a better knowledge of which areas need to be covered to minimize risks.

The security course discusses the main IT security domain areas to be considered by Senior Managers when assessing, prioritizing, designing and developing IT security systems for the organization.  Learn about the latest security issues and trends and how they affect your organization.  Get new insights and find out how IT Security risks and threats are managed in various companies and industries.  Discuss how organizations are managing Big Data, Cloud Computing, Mobile, BYOD, Internet of Things (IoT), Wearables, Robots, Drones, etc. and how they can be secured.


Topic Covered

  • IT Security Overview
  • Security and Risk Management
  • Asset Security
  • Security Engineering
  • Communications and Network Security
  • Identity and Access Management
  • Security Assessment and Testing
  • Security Operations
  • Software Development Security
  • Securing New & Emerging Technologies

Who should attend?

Senior Managers and IT Professionals who want to understand more about how to implement IT Security for their organization.

Programme Benefits

Senior Managers can get a better understanding of the importance of IT Security, current industry trends and highlight potential areas for improvement in their organizations.

Course Fee

S$321 (inclusive of 7% GST)

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