Course: How to arm your organization against increasing e-security risks

Monday, 19 January 2009, 5:04 PM EST

The more our business depends on the Internet, the more we need to protect it against hackers, terrorists, organised crime and foreign intelligence. During this highly topical distance learning course, consisting of nine lessons, the authors will look at how systems are typically penetrated, what steps can be taken to handle such incidents, and how to win the fight against theft, fraud and espionage.

If you manage an e-business, or the IT infrastructure resources that support one, this is the course for you. It will also help your technical staff who are trying to get to grips with the business impact of security; in the same way, it will also help your non-technical security specialists interpret any messages they get from infrastructure specialists.

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