Jordan’s Abu-Ghazaleh Digital University concludes advanced cybersecurity program

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Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Digital University (TAG-DU), a member of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global), has concluded its ‘Advanced Applied Cybersecurity’ training program.

The program which took place at the Talal Abu-Ghazaleh University College for Innovation (TAGUCI) Innovation Incubator, was organized for staff members working in the field of data protection systems, employees from the public and private sectors, judicial personnel, and those interested in cybersecurity.

Commenting on holding the program, Hussein Al Sheyab, Manager of Marketing for Academic and Training Programs, said that the program was arranged to meet the growing needs of specialists in the cybersecurity field which is considered one of the most crucial elements of security in all countries at the present time.

Al Sheyab went on to say that the concept of cybersecurity applications is centered on securing the infrastructure of information systems, at all enterprises including e-government systems that manage various public institutions, as well as the judicial, economic, and industrial e-systems.

The 25-hour program was presented by a group of specialized experts and academics in the cybersecurity field, who tackled various topics, including, the application of cybersecurity techniques and advanced encryption, in addition to the application of cybersecurity technology for operational systems and other topics which were discussed theoretically and practically.

At the end of the program, accredited certificates of attendance presented by Talal Abu-Ghazaleh University College for Innovation (TAGUCI) were given to participants.


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