Comsure offers the NIST Cyber Security Professional (NCSP®) program in the Channel Islands, Mauritius and beyond
Comsure has partnered with CySec Professionals Ltd partners to deliver the industry's first accredited NIST Cybersecurity Framework training, the NIST Cyber Security Professional (NCSP®) program, cybersecurity personal and workforce development pathways, veteran support, graduate support, social mobility and social value creation in the Channel Islands, Mauritius and beyond.
Demand for the NIST Cyber Security Professional (NCSP®) training program
Increasing legal, regulatory, and contractual requirements have resulted in an unprecedented demand for individuals who can engineer, operationalise and continually improve a NIST Cybersecurity Framework management program.
Following its release in early 2018, the NCSP® training program has witnessed rapid adoption globally by organisations in the following sectors:
- Central Government, Public Sector, Defense, Defense Industrial Base, Finance, Healthcare, Critical National Infrastructure, Research,
- Legal, Tier 1 Consultancies, Managed Services Provider [MSPs]/ Managed Security Services Provider [MSSPs] and Manufacturing,
- As well as individuals seeking to develop existing skill sets and/or enter the cybersecurity profession.
Accredited through APMG International, listed as qualified cyber training by the Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (DHS CISA) in the USA and certified in the UK by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), the NIST Cyber Security Professional (NCSP®) training program teaches individuals "HOW" to engineer, operationalise and continually improve a NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NIST-CSF) Program (https://www.nistcybersecurityprofessional.website/ ).
See the press release here /media/1976/comsure-press-release-31-march-2023.pdf
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