CUSTOM CYBERSECURITY TRAINING COURSES
LRQA Nettitude has a wealth of experience in all areas of cybersecurity. With a large team of specialist security consultants, LRQA Nettitude is able to design and deliver custom cybersecurity training courses in Singapore to meet any requirement. All courses can also be delivered remotely.
Common security training topics include:
- Red team training
- Blue team training
- Secure development training
- User awareness training
- In-house security capability training
- Threat Intelligence (TI)
There is no limit to the areas of cybersecurity training that LRQA Nettitude is able to deliver. LRQA Nettitude delivers practical and engaging cybersecurity training courses to a large array of audiences with varying degrees of experience and requirements, including professionals just starting out or seasoned managers.
How Is Custom Cybersecurity Training Constructed?
Each organisation is different and requirements vary widely, so the first stage is to speak to a security expert at LRQA Nettitude. Through open conversation, LRQA Nettitude will identify all objectives – both explicit and implicit – and provide a proposal to meet those needs. Often, LRQA Nettitude delivers the cybersecurity course(s) directly, but ‘training the trainers’ is also possible for those organisations wishing to build an in-house training capability.
How Is Custom Cybersecurity Training Delivered?
LRQA Nettitude understands that effective knowledge transfer only happens when delegates are fully engaged and challenged. All cybersecurity user training contains a significant degree of practical exercise in order to ensure maximum effectiveness. Training is delivered in a modular fashion to ensure that each subject area is fully explored.
In order to adapt to a new way of working, LRQA Nettitude has developed an efficient system for delivering remote cybersecurity training courses in Singapore. This training will be delivered by webinar and will include all standard training course material which will be available to download.
Who Delivers the Security Training Courses?
A vast array of security consultants make up LRQA Nettitude and only those with the skills and experience relevant to an organisation’s objectives are used. Need a course that focuses on secure development? Expect security professionals who have worked as professional developers to be delivering lessons and providing training. Prefer something that targets offensive security skills? LRQA Nettitude’s red team testers are on hand to help.
LRQA Nettitude’s custom training is typically delivered by two consultants in order to ensure consistent levels of energy are met and to ensure that each delegate receives appropriate levels of attention.
Frequently Asked Questions About Cybersecurity Training
How long does custom training last?
Custom training is just that – custom. There is no upper or lower limit to the amount of time that delivery must occur over. LRQA Nettitude will make recommendations on length based on the objectives of the organisation requesting the course. Typical courses like our red team training, security awareness training, and secure development training last between two and three days.
Are there any areas of custom training that you do not deliver?
LRQA Nettitude will only deliver courses in subject areas that they consider themselves to have excellence in, such as penetration testing, incident response and vulnerability research. Within the area of cybersecurity, this includes a very large array of subjects. If you are interested in understanding which areas LRQA Nettitude can help deliver top tier training for, please contact us today.
What are the benefits of having an in-house cybersecurity team?
When you provide cybersecurity training for your staff in Singapore to be able to protect your online assets, you allow yourself greater control over your privacy. Employees who work for your company full time have a deep understanding of your business and can be the first line of defence, detecting threats and raising alerts. They also act as the bridge when needing to engage a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) to solve more complex cybersecurity problems requiring a broader knowledge database.