Tranchulas CEO Zubair Khan has been invited to speak at British Computer Society event in Cardiff on 16th March 2017. This is an excellent opportunity to understand what hackers actually do and how they do it.
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We are pleased to launch Tranchulas Hands-On Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking Training Course in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In the next few months, we’ll be introducing more cyber security training courses in Bosnia and Herzegovina as part of our Eastern European Cyber Security Outreach Program.
Since the new automation of records and processes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and little cyber security awareness, there are more chances of jeopardy of the reliability and security of the information they contain.
Most European countries have established specialized units for strengthening their cyber security capabilities while Bosnia and Herzegovina have made small advancements in this field.
Tranchulas aims to continue with spreading awareness about cyber security in Eastern Europe and the rest of the world by arming professionals against possible cyber threats.
Picture: Our first batch of trainees in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tranchulas is pleased to announce that we are now certified under the UK Government Cyber Essentials Plus scheme.
Cyber Essentials is a UK government-backed scheme that helps organizations in mitigating risk from internet based attacks. The scheme focuses on the following five key control areas necessary to reduce the risk to information assets:
- Boundary firewalls and Internet gateways
- Secure configuration
- Access control
- Malware protection
- Patch management
Please feel free to contact us if you need more information regarding the scheme and how to gain Cyber Essentials certification.
Zubair Khan, CEO of Tranchulas spoke at Malvern Festival of Innovation on 6th October, 2016. His talk on ‘Offensive Cyber Security’ highlighted sophisticated techniques used by state actors to conduct industrial and corporate espionage.