CSX Cyber Security Fundamentals Training Workshop


Date: January 17-18th

Time: 9am – 3pm

Venue: FST 113, Ground floor, Natural Sciences Building

Cost: $90.00 (To be paid at the DCIT Office) 
        Payments will be accepted only from students who have successfully registered for the workshop.
        The deadline for payments (cash only) is Jan. 15. 2019, 2:00 pm at the Dept. Computing and Information Technology.


The ISACA and the UWI ISACA Student Group in collaboration with the Department of Computing and Information Technology will be hosting a Cyber Security Fundamentals Training Workshop. This workshop will cover key concepts and principles in security, methods of securing applications and networks, and more.

The knowledge-based Cybersecurity Fundamentals Certificate is ideal for current students and recent college/university graduates. As you prepare for a career in this increasingly important field, the Certificate can enable you to:

  • Demonstrate your understanding of the principles that frame and define cybersecurity, and the integral role of cybersecurity professionals in protecting enterprise data
  • Set yourself apart and have your resume/CV rise to the top of recruiters' stacks
  • Start your cybersecurity career strong


Domain 1: Cyber Security Concepts 
Some topics covered: Cyber Security Roles, Risk Management Processes, including steps and methods for assessing risk, Relevant Laws, Policies, Procedures and Governance Requirements

Domain 2: Cyber Security Architecture Principles
Some topics covered: Defence in Depth Principles and Network Security Architecture, Encryption Algorithms, Cryptography, Network Security Architecture Concepts, including topology, protocols, components and principles

Domain 3: Security of Networks, Systems, Applications and Data
Some topics covered: Remote Access Technology, Local Specialized System Requirements for Safety, Performance and Reliability, Virtualization Technologies and Virtual Machine Development and Maintenance

Domain 4: Incident Response
Some topics covered: Security Event Correlation Tools, Basic Concepts and Practices of Processing Digital Forensics Data, Common Forensic Tool Configuration and Support Applications

Domain 5: Security Implications and Adoption of Evolving Technology
Some topics covered: Cloud Concepts Around Data and Collaboration, Risk of Moving Applications and Infrastructure to the Cloud, Emerging Technology and Associated Security Issues, Risks and Vulnerabilities

For purchase of textbook that will contain the material Click here


Click here to Register


For more information contact:

Rachel Peters - Rachel.peters@my.uwi.edu
Phaedra Mohammed -  phaedra.mohammed@sta.uwi.edu

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