information security scholarship

VASS FOUNDATION launches the course "APPLIED COMPUTER SECURITY" subsidised by the Ministry of Education, Vocational Training and Sports.

VASS FOUNDATION has been awarded a contract by the Ministry of Education, Vocational Training and Sport to provide a training course for the unemployed in the field of cybersecurity. The course will be entitled "APPLIED COMPUTER SECURITY (300 hours in total).

It will be face-to-face and is to be deployed and completed during 2024. There is 25 places. The course will be free for participants

This course aims to provide students with professional knowledge in Cybersecurity, from basic to more advanced knowledge, such as Hacking, Pentesting, Computer Auditing, Computer Forensics or Governance and Identity Management, so that, once they have completed the course, they can join the IT and Cybersecurity Departments of companies in various sectors and build their professional careers in this field. Students who pass the course will have the professional qualification IFC153_3 ("IT security") 

The training itinerary will consist of SEVEN Training Actions among which attendees will learn commonly accepted general criteria on IT equipment security, from business impact analysis to risk management, including security implementation plan or physical and industrial security of systems.

Interested parties can register via this link