The adage “Humans are the weak link of the chain” has been used to assign blame of a cyber attack to human weakness. Cyber security moves so fast that employees in charge of designing, developing, and administering systems are not aware of the techniques used, and flaws exploited by malicious actors.
By empowering existing computing professions to develop cyber security skills, it is possible to increase cyber resilience within a company.
Our trainers have worked with application developers and cloud architects working for the NHS with the explicit goal of improving security by increasing the understanding of how attacks occur.
During this project, the fundamental steps taken by attackers were discussed and conducted in a lab environment allowing these professionals to step into the role of a hacker and identify avenues of attack. This increased knowledge and understanding was then able to be applied to their day to day role to increase security.
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Features & Benefits
|Practical exercises||Shows existing professionals how hackers may attack systems they are responsible for|
|Professionally recognised training course||The skills and techniques taught during the course are the same used by penetration testers|
|Delivered by practicing consultants||Consultants are able to apply real world scenarios to training courses|
|Customisable training||Training to focus on the areas that are important to you and your team|
Consistently apply security best principals across your organisation instead of spot checking security by pentesting. Ensure the trivial vulnerabilities don’t make their way into production environments by upskilling staff and embedding security into your culture.
As a sponsor of one of the leading penetration testing exam bodies, North Green Security have demonstrated a commitment to uphold the highest standards and qualifications.