Ned Baltagi, Managing Director, Middle East & Africa at SANS Institute, tells Tahawultech about the company’s presence at GISEC and how there is a serious shortage of skilled cybersecurity professionals at the global level.
Lack of employee training causes security programme failuresSANS 2017 Security Awareness has revealed the lack of time dedicated to employee training and the lack of communication skills as the key reasons organisations’ cybersecurity awareness programmes fail to meet their objectives.0 2692
SANS Institute to bolster strategic security planning skills in Saudi Arabia
SANS Institute has announced SANS Riyadh 2019, a training event for cybersecurity professionals in Saudi Arabia, which will focus on developing skills in critical security and strategic security planning.
SANS Institute to deliver “deep, hands-on” cyber skills training at Riyadh summit
SANS Institute has announced SANS Riyadh 2019 to help cyber security professionals in Saudi Arabia develop deep, hands-on skills through immersion-style training.
Cybersecurity a popular career choice in UAE and Saudi Arabia: SANS
Students in the UAE and Saudi Arabia are looking at IT, including cybersecurity, as a prospective career, according to the latest study by SANS Institute.
SANS ramps up local cybersecurity skill development in Saudi Arabia
SANS has announced its return to KSA with ‘SANS Riyadh July 2018‘. The event follows the success of SANS’ training …
SANS offers cybersecurity training in Saudi Arabia
SANS Institute has opened registration for its upcoming cyber security training event in Saudi Arabia, taking place in Khobar from …
SANS Institute opens registrations for ‘SANS Gulf Region 2017’
SANS Institute has announced that its cybersecurity training event in the Middle East, taking place in Dubai from the 4th to the 16th of November.
Are enterprise users aware of security’s crucial role?
When talking about security breaches what often comes to mind are the nefarious external attack groups. However, the biggest threats to information security could come within the four walls of the organisation and more often than not it’s the non-malicious, unsuspecting employee.
Cybercriminals continue to go after the weak links: report
SANS Institute, in its recent survey titled ‘SANS 2017 Endpoint Risks and Protections’, revealed that browser-based attacks and social engineering are now the two most powerful techniques targeting organisations.