Cyber Security Seminar: The skills shortage
There is a growing demand for cybersecurity professionals around the world, and New Zealand is no exception. Join us for a Cyber security seminar on
“How to address the skills shortage in New Zealand”.
LocationWhitecliffe Campus • 110 Lambton Quay, Wellington Central 6011 View map
Date: Tuesday, 4 April 2023
Time: 5:00 pm
Location: Whitecliffe Campus • 110 Lambton Quay, Wellington Central 6011
Please register to attend this seminar here
|Judy Saw, |
|Breyvan Tan, |
|Dr. Shahbaz Chattha, |
About this seminar:
The Cyber Security Skill Shortage in New Zealand and potential opportunities to fill this gap.
There is a growing demand for cybersecurity professionals around the world, and New Zealand is no exception.
The country is experiencing a shortage of skilled cybersecurity professionals to meet the growing demand for cybersecurity services, which is a concern for businesses and government agencies alike.
One way to address this shortage is to introduce skilled-based certifications from top ranked International organizations such as the EC-Council.
These certifications offer a way for individuals to gain the necessary skills and knowledge to work in the cybersecurity industry and fill the skill gap in New Zealand.
The EC-Council is a globally recognized organization operating in over 87 countries globally that provides cybersecurity certifications such as Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Certified Network Defender (CND), Certified Cyber Security Technicians (CCT), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI) , Certified Security Analyst (ECSA), and Certified Chief Information Security Officer (CCISO ).
Certifications cover a range of cybersecurity topics and provide individuals with practical, hands-on training that can be used in the workplace.
By introducing these certifications in New Zealand, individuals can gain the skills and knowledge needed to work in the cybersecurity industry.
This not only addresses the skill shortage but also provides opportunities for individuals to pursue a rewarding and in-demand career.
In addition, businesses and government agencies can benefit from hiring individuals who hold these certifications. They can be confident that their employees have the necessary skills and knowledge to protect their systems and data from cyber threats.
Overall, introducing skilled-based certifications from organizations such as the EC-Council is a potential solution to address the cybersecurity skill shortage in New Zealand.
It provides individuals with the necessary training and skills to work in the industry and provides businesses and government agencies with the cybersecurity professionals they need to protect their systems and data from cyber threats.
Refreshments will be provided • Please register to attend this seminar here
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