PRLog - April 9, 2012 - LONDON -- In an interview this morning, Terry Neal of InfoSec Skills (www.infosecskills.com)
InfoSec Skills has introduced its Certificate in the Foundation of Informatics as part of its course portfolio, aimed at students who want a career in Information Security but don’t have the IT background to get started. The certificate is an equivalent to the study a student would go through at A-Level should the curriculum reflect what the ICT and engineering professional communities need. Dave Raimbach, operations director at InfoSec Skills said, “Universities in the US are running similar programmes for students who wish to enter IT at the Masters level, however, in the UK nothing like this exists. This course is one that is garnering global interest and we hope the UK can keep up.”
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