Australia’s Information Technology (IT) industry is growing rapidly and the demand for talented, knowledgeable and experienced Cyber Security professionals has never been higher. It is estimated that 11,000 new jobs will be created in Adelaide over the next decade, thanks to the opening of the Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre (A3C).
To ensure South Australian’s are ahead of the game, TAFE SA recently launched a state-of the-art Training Security Operations Centre (TSOC) to provide training to help stem the worldwide growth of malicious cyber activity. In addition, TAFE SA offers the Certificate IV in Cyber Security (22334VIC), the first national skills-based certificate level qualification.
Developed in conjunction with the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network, this accredited course will enable you to walk away with a foundation knowledge and technical skill set to seek employment as a cyber security professional or begin a path to further study at university.
Cyber Security week (26-30 October) is being held once again to provide opportunities for Australian cyber security and related organisations to showcase what they do. It also provides a great way for cyber curious individuals to better understand what cyber security can do and mean for them.
Our TAFE SA IT Lecturers have put together some Cyber Security best practices to help protect your home and office from cyber security threats.
You can also access Scamwatch a website run by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to provide information to consumers and businesses on how to recognise, avoid and report scams.
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