New training module – cybersecurity in public administration
The Polish Platform for Homeland Security has prepared a new training module titled “Cybersecurity in public administration – legal, organizational, and technical aspects”. The next training sessions, combined with special demonstrations, will be held on 13 May 2019 in Łódz and 14 May 2019 in Poznan.
Due to the growing number cyberthreats and their types, protection against such attacks is one of the most serious challenges for public institutions. In times when the Internet is the main communication and work tool, cybersecurity is certainly a key competence of institutions. This is why the Polish Platform for Homeland Security has conducted training sessions for more than a year in order to promote knowledge about cyberthreats.
Due to the great interest in the training on this subject, we have developed a new training module titled “Cybersecurity in public administration – legal, organizational, and technical aspects”, whose scope covers the most up-to-date laws and information about the types of the hazards. In response to the requests of participants of earlier training sessions, the new module also contains demonstrations that show how cybercriminals operate and how easy it is to become a victim of a cyberattack. We believe that this form of training will allow you to better prepare for cyberthreats.
The training sessions are conducted by Police officers from cybercrime suppression departments with long professional experience, as well as expert witnesses who have for years conducted training on fighting cybercrimes intended for employees of public administration bodies.
The attendees who complete the training will receive certificates issued by the Polish Platform for Homeland Security.