Keeping Ahead of the Threat - Part 3: Certified Cyber Professional (CCP)
Do you want to gain independent verification and formal recognition of your IA skills and competence?
The Certified Cyber Professional (CCP) scheme was developed by the Information Security arm of the UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), and is delivered through the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). CCP is a certification framework for competent Information Assurance (IA) professionals.
Individuals can choose to be certified in one or more specified IA roles, at several levels of competency.
CCP certification will enable you to demonstrate to an employer that you possess the competencies, knowledge and skills needed to be an IA professional. CCP has been acknowledged as the UK Government’s standard for cyber security professionals. NCSC is the UK Government’s National Cyber Security Centre. APMG is working with NCSC to deliver the Certified Professional scheme.
If you are an experienced Information Assurance professional and would like to receive UK Accreditation for your competency in this field – then this APMG webinar on CCP is for you.
In this webinar you will find out the steps you need to take to become an accredited Certified Cyber Professional. You will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of this bitesize webinar.
For more webinars in this series (CCP, Cyber Essentials, CDCAT, GCT) - see HERE