“When Computer Forensics Grows Up: Digital Forensics Explained.” This guide offers a definition on the subject, a history on how it’s become vital today, and a look at the future of the industry. This connects very much into how cybersecurity adapts to risks and exploits.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)
Expert, trusted, and independent guidance for UK industry, government departments, the critical national infrastructure and private SMEs. All our guidance is advisory in nature and is underpinned by our unique insights into cyber threats.
Cyber Security Centre – University of Oxford
The Cyber Security Centre has been established to bring together experts from a number of disciplines in Oxford and the wider world to address the cyber security challenges of the 21st century. We embrace challenge in technical difficulty and in new and potentially disruptive ideas, welcome new contributors to the domain, and will facilitate creativity.
Keeping data where it belongs
One major way companies secure their data is by hiring experts to analyze their computer networks and provide solutions. Those in cyber security programming careers are able to help companies take preventative measures to protect confidential information and prevent costly data breaches.
European Government CERTs (EGC) group
The EGC group forms an informal association of governmental CERTs in Europe. Its members effectively co-operate on matters of incident response by building upon a fundament of mutual trust and understanding due to similarities in constituencies and problem sets.
European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA)
ENISA – the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security, working for the EU Institutions and Member States. ENISA is the EU’s response to these cyber security issues of the European Union. As such, it is the ‘pace-setter’ for Information Security in Europe, and a centre of expertise.
Information Assurance for Small and Medium Enterprises (IASME)
The IASME (Information Assurance for Small and Medium Enterprises) standard is a maturity-based information assurance standard for small businesses. It was created from a Technology Strategy Boardfunded project to create an achievable cyber security standard for small companies.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
The IET provides expert advice to the UK’s Parliament, Government and other agencies. Each year it makes around 30 submissions to the UK Government and the EU on engineering related policy issues.
The Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE)
The Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE), formerly National Institute of Communication Technologies is a subsidiary of the Secretary of State for Telecommunications and the Information Society (SETSI) and consolidated as a reference entity for cybersecurity development and digital trust of citizens, academic and research network, professionals, companies and especially for strategic sectors.
National Crime Agency (NCA)
The NCA is a new crime-fighting agency with national and international reach and the mandate and powers to work in partnership with other law enforcement organisations to bring the full weight of the law to bear in cutting serious and organised crime.
Northcentral University, San Diego, California
Northcentral University educates professionals throughout the world and provides an accessible opportunity to earn a U.S. regionally accredited degree. Northcentral mentors students one-to-one with highly credentialed faculty via advanced delivery modalities. Northcentral commits to helping students achieve academically and become valuable contributors to their communities and within their professions.
Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance (OCSIA)
The Office supports the minister for the Cabinet Office, the Rt Hon Francis Maude MP and the National Security Council in determining priorities in relation to securing cyberspace. The unit provides strategic direction and coordinates the cyber security programme for the government, enhancing cyber security and information assurance in the UK.
Risk & Security Management Forum (RSMF)
The RSMF has about 60 plus members. It draws on their expertise to enhance risk management in government, law enforcement, the protective security services, corporate security and commercially provided intelligence services.
The Security Institute
The Security Institute aims are to provide objective standards for, and an independent assessment of, the professional competence and experience of those practising the art and science of security both nationally and internationally, and to raise awareness of professional security practices for the benefit of the public and industry.
UNODC – the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
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