Thursday, January 16, 2014

KPMG offers IT security training programme in Singapore - zdnet.com

KPMG in Singapore has launched a six-month cybersecurity training programme, which will include a simulated attack exercise, touted to help businesses better prep their employees amid increasing security attacks.

The six-month capability development programme will focus on three key areas including training participants in the deployment of business frameworks to detect cybersecurity threats as well as in identifying and analyzing malware threats. It will also include simulation exercises which will be held at Singapore Polytechnic's Cyber Wargame Centre, offering participants a platform to test their skills in realistic cybersecurity wargames.

Liew Chin Chuan, course manager for the polytechnic's Diploma in Infocomm Security Management, said in the release: "Going beyond theory into real-life application is important to becoming a better cybersecurity professional. The Cyber Wargame Centre is equipped with a 'Cyber Range' that is able to simulate large-scale cyberattacks and the latest threats in as realistic a manner as possible."

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