NRD Cyber Security has been selected as International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Centre of Excellence (CoE) in European region 2019-22 cycle.

By utilising the latest developments in telecommunications, ITU is aiming to develop the technical standards that ensure networks and technologies seamlessly interconnect and strive to improve access to ICTs to undeserved communities worldwide. However, with the advancement of technology, hand in hand go issues such as the speed of technology absorption or cyber security threats. Hence, constant training on technological skills and cyber resilience is required. For this purpose, ITU appoints CoEs in various regions which help to develop and improve the skills and competencies of ICT professionals worldwide. More information about the programme: ITU Centres of Excellent

NRD Cyber Security has been named as one of the CoEs in Europe for the 2019-22 cycle. We will be providing training courses on areas such as national cyber security governance, cyber security incident management and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT). The date and topic for the first training course has been announced and the registration is live now!

Course title: Governing cyber security at national level

Dates: 5-10th May, 2019

About: The course is designed for senior and top-level officials from state administration and governmental bodies which have a mandate for or are involved in establishing, developing, coordinating and implementing national cybersecurity strategy and other relevant projects. It is also of interest to anyone influencing cybersecurity initiatives at national level. This training course aims to deliver insights regarding the best cybersecurity governance practices at the national level, including methods, practical examples and lessons learned. More details are available on training outline.

Your tutors: Akvilė GiniotienėVilius Benetis and Sigitas Rokas