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Jun 2

Training Employees for IT Security Jobs

June 2nd, 2016 by

Technology TrainingIn years past, companies were able to allocate all of the IT security jobs to a single person or department. The remaining staff weren’t responsible for keeping data, employee records or client information secure. Taking that approach today, however, can be detrimental to the long-term success of a company.[...] Read More

May 25

How Everyone Can Benefit from CISSP Training

May 25th, 2016 by

Internet and Device SecurityTo best protect your business, smart managers and owners will recruit the help of the entire staff. After all, even companies with the very best IT experts and professionals can still fall victim to date breaches or cyber hacks thanks to a small slip-up by an entry-level employee or an intern. Anyone who accesses the company’s wireless network, checks work emails from their smartphone or uses a computer at the office should know the basics about corporate security and Internet safety.[...] Read More

Apr 20

Common Myths About Cyber Security (And the Truth Behind Them)

April 20th, 2016 by

Cyber Security ConceptThere are a number of myths floating around about cybersecurity, and it can be challenging to differentiate the truth from rumors and misinformation. By enrolling in a cybersecurity program at Ashford Global, participants will be better able to see through the myths and get to the heart of digital protection.[...] Read More

Mar 30

Through CISSP Training You Can Learn the Security Basics in a Day

March 30th, 2016 by

Computer Security ConceptDespite the overwhelming evidence that cyber security should be a priority for just about every business, many companies don’t want to invest heavily in the training and education of their staff. However, a compromise may be to enroll as many employees as possible in a single-day program. CISSP Training covers eight major domains and tackles some of the most vital problems facing information security, risk management and access eligibility.[...] Read More

Mar 22

Defining the Value of a Certified Security Leadership Officer

March 22nd, 2016 by

Learn and LeadWith such a wide range of security training programs available, many business leaders find it difficult to target one for potential participants. If you want to take cyber security into your own hands and better protect your business, then enrolling IT staff, engineers or existing cyber security professionals into advanced training programs is always a good idea.[...] Read More

Mar 15

Becoming a Certified Security Sentinel

March 15th, 2016 by

Security Training for EmployeesThere is a common myth that goes around many businesses and organizations: Only IT experts and digital security professionals can make a difference in the fight against a cyber attack or a data breach. While it may be a true that some high-level hackers only meet their match among trained experts in the field, most cyber breaches are conducted by criminals with far less experience. As a result, you can protect yourself, and your company’s information, simply by learning the basics.[...] Read More

Mar 8

Should You Employ a Certified Professional Ethical Hacker?

March 8th, 2016 by

CybersecurityIn order to protect your network, server, system and data from hackers, you need to employ someone who knows how to think and even act like a hacker. IT professionals who understand what methods a hacker might use to attack, and who know how to prevent such an attack, are your best line of defense against a data breach or cyber attack.[...] Read More

Feb 23

What it Means to Have a Certified Information Systems Security Officer on Staff

February 23rd, 2016 by

Information SecurityIn business, security is key. You need to be able to protect your company’s operating information, marketing plans and employee details, but you also need to be able to offer security to those customers who give you their email addresses, personal information and billing details. While there are plenty of different ways to secure networks and data, one of the most effective options is having an employee who is trained to be a Certified Information Systems Security Officer.[...] Read More

Feb 16

The Road to Becoming a Certified Digital Forensic Examiner

February 16th, 2016 by

Training in Office   When many business owners and managers think of cyber protection, they are primarily thinking about firewalls and data breaches. However, it is also important to have on the payroll someone with the ability to determine exactly how people are using their access to company networks and servers.[...] Read More

Feb 9

Training to Become a Certified Penetration Testing Consultant

February 9th, 2016 by

Data SecurityOne of the best ways to ensure the security of a large network infrastructure is to conduct penetration testing, or pen testing for short. Penetration testing allows any vulnerabilities to come to light, and it is particularly useful for telecommunications or IT service providers. That’s because these large companies are responsible not just for the safety of their own business information and that of their employees, they are also charged with protecting the communication and data of their clients.[...] Read More