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Cyber Security Training

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This is a 3 day course providing an insight into the various facets of Cyber Security, Cloud Security and IoT Security aspects as well.

Cybercrime is an increasing threat to both information technology and industrial control systems, in a range of critical industries. Any company can expect to fall victim to cybercrime at some stage. Cyber threats come from many different actors exploiting vulnerabilities within processes, organization (including people) and technology. The consequences are often comprehensive as the financial or reputational issues arising from such events can be hugely damaging. It is vital to apply a broad view to potential cyber threats. 

DNV GL's Cyber Security training course provides an insight into the various facets of Cyber Security, Cloud Security and IoT Security. It delves into the various best practices in these areas, including an overall understanding of Cyber Security perspective by considering multiple global benchmarks. The training also contains a case study and an exam, to assess the participants, and provides a certificate basis successful completion of the same.

Learning objectives

  • Understand the fundamental principles and benefits of Cyber Security
  • Identify the best practices of cyber security implementation
  • Assess cyber risks faced by an organization, and how to control them 
  • Gain skills and knowledge to enhance cyber security posture for the organization 
  • Insights into cyber security maturity assessment

Course Outline
  • Focus areas and design principles of cyber security 
  • Various global benchmarks and frameworks 
  • Cyber security countermeasures, responsibilities and compliance 
  • Typical threats and controls of cyber security Securing different IT components: Perimeter, Network, Servers, End Points, Applications etc 
  • Best practices of IT operational / management aspects of various technical domains 
  • SOC – the Cyber eyes and ears of the organization 
  • Security facilities and personnel 
  • Cloud security – architecture, components, functionality 
  • AWS and Azure security layers 
  • IoT Security architecture
Who Should Attend:
  • Cyber Security practitioners
  • Team leads and team members having information / cyber security responsibilities
  • Managers from CISO and CIO functions
  • Those who are implementing, managing, auditing Cyber Security in their organization


Did you know ?

  1. Participant involvement / evaluation will be through periodic quizzes and work group activities on all three days, along with end of the training exam and case study
  2. Successful completion of the course is a pre-requisite for the DNV-GL certification
  3. Prior knowledge of information security will be helpful for the participants, to get maximum value from this course

Cybercrime is an increasing threat to both information technology and industrial control systems, in a range of critical industries. Any company can expect to fall victim to cybercrime at some stage. Cyber threats come from many different actors exploiting vulnerabilities within processes, organization (including people) and technology. The consequences are often comprehensive as the financial or reputational issues arising from such events can be hugely damaging. It is vital to apply a broad view to potential cyber threats. 

DNV GL's Cyber Security training course provides an insight into the various facets of Cyber Security, Cloud Security and IoT Security. It delves into the various best practices in these areas, including an overall understanding of Cyber Security perspective by considering multiple global benchmarks. The training also contains a case study and an exam, to assess the participants, and provides a certificate basis successful completion of the same.

Learning objectives

  • Understand the fundamental principles and benefits of Cyber Security
  • Identify the best practices of cyber security implementation
  • Assess cyber risks faced by an organization, and how to control them 
  • Gain skills and knowledge to enhance cyber security posture for the organization 
  • Insights into cyber security maturity assessment

Course Outline
  • Focus areas and design principles of cyber security 
  • Various global benchmarks and frameworks 
  • Cyber security countermeasures, responsibilities and compliance 
  • Typical threats and controls of cyber security Securing different IT components: Perimeter, Network, Servers, End Points, Applications etc 
  • Best practices of IT operational / management aspects of various technical domains 
  • SOC – the Cyber eyes and ears of the organization 
  • Security facilities and personnel 
  • Cloud security – architecture, components, functionality 
  • AWS and Azure security layers 
  • IoT Security architecture
Who Should Attend:
  • Cyber Security practitioners
  • Team leads and team members having information / cyber security responsibilities
  • Managers from CISO and CIO functions
  • Those who are implementing, managing, auditing Cyber Security in their organization


Did you know ?

  1. Participant involvement / evaluation will be through periodic quizzes and work group activities on all three days, along with end of the training exam and case study
  2. Successful completion of the course is a pre-requisite for the DNV-GL certification
  3. Prior knowledge of information security will be helpful for the participants, to get maximum value from this course