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November 2019

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Before you put your trust in a cybersecurity certification training provider, it is important to know all the facts. Many training companies offer exam preparation for (ISC)² certifications, especially the CISSP, SSCP and CCSP – but not all are affiliated with (ISC)². It is important to know who you’re working with and understand the benefits of engaging an (ISC)² Official Training Provider. (ISC)² certifications are recognised as the gold standard in the industry and confirm comprehensive and professional knowledge critical to developing and protecting systems and data in business and working

The global average cost of a data breach now stands at $3.92 million, meaning it has increased 1.5 percent from 2018 and up 12 percent since 2014. An organisation is almost one-third more likely to experience a breach within two years than they were in 2014. Data breaches can have a significant and long-lasting impact on organisations. Lost business, regulatory fines and remediation costs result in data breaches having far reaching consequences. The Cost of a Data Breach Report 2019 - conducted by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by IBM Security

This year marks (ISC)² ’s 30th anniversary. As an Official (ISC)² Training Provider, Cycubix is offering an exclusive promotion to help you achieve your cybersecurity certification goals now. Register by September 30th for our Official CISSP (ISC)² Training Seminar taking place October 14th - 18th, or confirm a Private Group CISSP Training for your organisation by that date and gain FREE access to an Online CISSP Refresher. These recordings will complement your training experience and give you extra time to review domain topics, so you can reinforce your knowledge prior to

The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity - A new chapter for ENISA ENISA was established in March 2004 as the European Network and Information Security Agency, and has since been working to make Europe cyber secure. As such, the Agency worked closely together with Members States and other stakeholders to provide guidance and support to improve their cybersecurity capabilities. On Thursday 27 June 2019, the EU Cybersecurity Act (CSA) entered into force, and ENISA became the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity, with a new permanent mandate. The EU Cybersecurity Act gives ENISA a reinforced

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