Cyber Security is currently a national industry of high skills demand, as digital technologies continue to make up a significant portion of Australia’s GDP. With “more action between devices” and the rapid expansion of cloud computing, security has become a greater priority than ever. Both businesses and individual users are constantly warned of the growing […]Read more
Cyber Security – a rapidly growing sector forecasted to hit $6 billion by 2026 in Australia alone, and over $350 billion worldwide. It’s the latest topic among IT experts and business owners alike, with constant developments and evolving strategies to combat the rising trends of online crime. But why the sudden surge in cyber security […]Read more
With cybercrime costing the Australian economy billions of dollars each year, and data breaches on an unending rise; it’s no wonder cyber security has become one of IT’s most lucrative and prevalent sectors today. The field is a constantly evolving area of technological practices and innovations; moving in time with the rising trend of cyber-attacks. […]Read more
Our friends at DDLS, drill down on why more organisations are looking for ethical hackers to join their crew. Fighting cybercrime is like playing a never-ending game of cat and mouse. And increasingly, it’s a game Australian organisations cannot afford to lose. Let’s take a quick look at the facts. A recent CISCO report which […]Read more
Cybercrime has risen at alarming rates over the years, costing the average Australian business around $276,000 per incident. With companies growing increasingly reliant on the digital space, hackers are finding new, sophisticated ways of breaching confidential data across industries. The government has luckily stepped forth on this issue, with a plan to invest more than […]Read more
For as long as the cloud has been discussed as a business opportunity, discussion around how to secure it has not been too far behind. Cloud has served as the catalyst to an array of technology initiatives with ever-evolving security requirements like “bring your own device” (BYOD), remote working and the internet of things (IoT), […]Read more
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A BALANCED APPROACH TO TRAINING WITH DDLS
DDLS is Australia’s largest provider of corporate IT and process training, with the widest portfolio of strategic partners and courses in Australia. For more than 25 years, DDLS has been an award-winning non-accredited training provider, spanning across Australia and into Asia.
DDLS partners with world-class companies to help organisations and individuals in the IT industry remain up-to-date with new processes, technology and platforms to reduce risk and enable efficient business practices.
GAIN A COMPETITIVE EDGE WITH THE MICROSOFT IMAGINE ACADEMY
Azure Dev Tools for Teaching provides developer tools and learning resources that students need to build their cloud-based skills. It also allows students to build, deploy, and manage applications with comprehensive Azure cloud services. Whether you’re a student getting started, or just interested in building cloud-based skills in your community, this platform has got the cloud development resources you need. Azure based tools and environments are profoundly used during the AIICT learning cycle and assist the students in becoming familiar with the Microsoft Azure environment utilised in the IT industry.
Specifically designed around building your expertise in today’s most popular technologies, the Microsoft Imagine Academy is focused on helping you to gain Microsoft Certification, a globally recognised credential that will give you a distinctive edge in the competitive job market.
GLOBALLY RECOGNISED CERTIFICATIONS TO PUT YOU AHEAD OF THE COMPETITION
For our Certified Cybersecurity Professional course offering, AIICT has partnered with the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). CompTIA is the leading provider of vendor-neutral IT certifications in the world. These certifications are accredited by International Organisation for Standardisation and the American National Standards Institute (ISO/ANSI)