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The business case for an in-house ethical hacker
Ethical hackers, also known as penetration testers or white-hat hackers, mimic the techniques used by malicious hackers to try and break into computer systems and discover vulnerabilities before the bad guys can exploit them.
A lack of commitment from Australian organisations to cybersecurity training is holding us back
A new survey from DDLS reveals current trends in the ICT training and certification space, and the key opportunities and challenges for delivering training to the market in the next few years.
Closing the cloud skills gap: How certification can maximise cloud investments & keep staff happy
You probably wouldn’t buy an expensive computer program if you didn’t know how to use it. Yet so many organisations invest in costly cloud programs, without having the necessary skills and training on board to make the most of the program.
How to work from home securely
Here’s what you need to do to make your home working environment and systems secure, and protect yourself and your employer.
DDLS and Open Colleges address Australia’s cybersecurity skills shortage
The partnership will combine DDLS’s ICT training for enterprise and business with Open Colleges’ ability to provide online vocational training to consumers.
DDLS offers all courses remotely during COVID-19 lockdowns
“With Virtual Instructor-led Training, DDLS can provide training in the skills organisations require immediately, in order to maintain business momentum in these very troubled and demanding times.”
7 ways you can boost workplace productivity with a quality IT network
The more high-tech your workplace is, the greater your business results.
DDLS recognised for DevOps work with new 'elite partner' accolade
DDLS has been named a DevOps Institute Elite Partner, the highest level of the DevOps Institute’s Tiered Global Education Partner Program.
Upskill your workforce to boost cybersecurity
Damages from cybercrime are projected to hit $US6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015.
DDLS wins notable 2016 EC-Council award
“It is testament to DDLS’s commitment to providing the highest quality of information security training."