Skills watch

Skills Watch is a rolling review of the key opinions, practices and policy decisions shaping cybersecurity skills training in Europe and worldwide. Grounded in a careful selection from the best sources, and regularly updated.

Cybersecurity trends

The cybersecurity landscape is constantly changing, and companies need to adapt to it if they do not want to risk major breaches.
Below, is a list of future trends in cybersecurity, and therefore a way to forecast how company can start to adapt from the future.

Data theft turning into data manipulation
We can expect to see attackers to start attacking the integrity of data, causing reputational damage, by getting people to question the integrity of the manipulated data.

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Data administration for cyber security

Nowadays, collecting and storing more data, means also expand the potential cyberattack surface.

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Can outsourcing software development and cybersecurity coexist?

Since industry experts continue to point out that the majority of security breaches stem from unintentional negligence of trusted insiders (employees, vendor-partners), you should take thoughtful steps to protect your information assets, and protect the productivity gains that you realize through outsourcing.

Assess your risk
Perform a risk assessment of your current systems portfolio: understand the potential exposure your company faces if a system fails or otherwise becomes corrupted.

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6 steps for good risk management

Protecting sensitive informations is getting more challenging for every organization.
Data breaches are part of the current landscape, and every company has to be prepared to face one.
Here, are 6 rules for good risk management, that your company should follow.

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Lunarline School of Cybersecurity wants to solve Cyber Workforce Challenges

The Lunarline School of Cybersecurity aims to solve cyber workforce challenges by providing online training and certification using an advanced Learning Management System (LMS) built for the challenges of large enterprise training programs.

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(ISC)² sets up Professional Development Institute to extend training offerings

(ISC)², the US-based security certification organization, has launched a new initiative that aims to tackle the global cybersecurity skills gap.

Through its recently launched Professional Development Institute (PDI), (ISC)² will help enhance their members' skills and abilities by providing access to rich, continuing professional education (CPE) opportunities that augment the knowledge they’ve gained throughout their careers.

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