Eindhoven, Netherlands, June 09, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Today's security professionals need to be able to proactively access an organization's security posture through vulnerability assessment and penetration testing, in addition to threat detection and response. The Cyber Security First Responder (CFR) training is different because it teaches a response plan. It goes beyond vulnerability analysis and testing, enforcing a more holistic approach to network security. The Cyber Security First Responder (CFR) training develops the skills needed to proactively defend against cyber attacks, in addition to the knowledge gained from each accident, so that it never happens again. First Response is becoming a vital part of IT security.
Increasingly destructive hacking incidents further highlight the enormous demand for qualified security professionals who can protect their organization’s networks. The Cyber Security First Responder (CFR) training will prepare all security professionals to become the first line of response against cyber attacks. The participants will be taught to analyse threat, design secure computing and network environments, proactively defend networks, and respond to and investigate cyber security incidents.
The Cyber Security First Responder (CFR) training is designed to:
· Develop security threat intelligence skills
· Emphasize penetration testing
· Tie together different security tactics
· Allow your organization to secure its network without having to invest in additional security infrastructure
For more information about this training check www.imfacademy.com.
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