Wednesday 17 February 2021, 11am-12noon (GMT)
Why, despite the rapid pace of threats, do we still measure skills with paper?
We are part of an industry that wears its rapid pace of change as a badge of honour. There’s no question that cybersecurity demands a constantly evolving skill set.
Current predictions put the number of open security roles at 3.5 million by 2021; it’s impossible for all those individuals to attend days of classroom training to validate their knowledge. At the other extreme, Googling the latest breach currently qualifies as ‘training’ in thinly spread teams.
This session challenges preconceptions around traditional methods of training and explores how organisations can best measure whether humans in cybersecurity are truly prepared to face emerging and evolving threats and adversaries.
Watch this webinar to:
• Uncover new ways to equip teams and individuals with the expertise most useful to your business
• Unleash the power of gamification and healthy competition to bring out the best in technical teams through challenge-based skills development
• See unique approaches to mapping human capabilities against the risks to your organisation through common frameworks
Martin Smith MBE (info), Chairman and Founder of The SASIG
Chris Pace (info), Technology Advocate, Immersive Labs