Flexible Skill Fund
Cyber security is the name for the safeguards taken to avoid or reduce any disruption from an attack on data, computers or mobile devices. Cyber security covers not only safeguarding confidentiality and privacy, but also the availability and integrity of data, both of which are vital for the quality and safety of care.
Security breaches can occur when cyber security is a constantly changing area and sometimes can seem quite confusing. However, there are many effective and relatively simple steps that can be taken to protect information and protect you and your organisation. Taking some simple actions and practising safe behaviours will reduce online threats.
Basic IT skills would be advantageous.
Eligibility for all courses
1. Must be 18 on or before course start date,
2. eligible to work in Northern Ireland;
3. ‘settled’ in Northern Ireland, and has been ordinarily resident in the UK for at least three years;
4. Or is a person who has indefinite leave to enter or remain in the UK.
5. Candidates are only permitted to complete a maximum of 2 free courses at a time
- Be aware of physical and virtual risks to security of information and strategies to prevent this occurring;
- Be able to install and update protection software and passwords to minimise unauthorised access;
- Be able to protect data on devices vulnerable to unauthorised access.
This course is FREE to individuals through the Skill UP Flexible Skills Programme. The Flexible Skills Fund has been established to help upskill and reskill individuals to meet the needs of the economy as we emerge from the pandemic and continue to grow the Economy beyond it.
Candidates can progress onto MTA in Security.
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