Preventing a data breach

This is an informative, motivating and immersive course set inside the virtual organisation Antilion Tech, where you will be challenged to uncover the cause of a data breach.

You will meet with various staff members across several departments to ascertain how information is processed and stored. Reporting back to management, you will need to explain how and where data breaches occurred. You will receive a higher score for the more points you correctly raise with management.

Course dates

Start: 31 Dec 2024 - 0:00
End: 31 Dec 2024 - 23:30
Preventing a Data Breach - Online

Member Cost: £35 (+VAT)
Non Member Cost: £45 (+VAT)

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