COPE Presentation sessions of the new postgraduate degree in 'Cybersecurity in the cloud' for companies and organizations
'Cybersecurity in the cloud', the new blended learning postgraduate degree of the University of Zaragoza, which will be taught at the Huesca Campus, has scheduled the first presentation events for this week aimed at people and organizations interested in taking it .
The first will take place online on Wednesday, January 26 from 1:00 p.m., in collaboration with the IDiA cluster - Research, Development and Innovation in Aragon-. And the second, which can be followed both in person and online, will take place on Thursday 27, at 9:30 a.m., in the Walqa technology park in the Huesca capital. Pre-registration is required for both. It can be done through the website of this study in the Unizar domain or through those of the collaborating entities.
This postgraduate course will start on February 28, which is part of the training program in Cybersecurity and Data Protection promoted in Huesca by the Aragonese public campus and the city council. The professor from the Unizar School of Engineering and Architecture (EINA), Fernando Tricas, coordinates this study, aimed especially at SMEs, which will address the fundamental aspects that must be taken into account for the safe use of cloud-related technologies .
Until February 3, you can apply for a place to take it; registering, later, from the 7th to the 14th of that same month. 'Cybersecurity in the cloud', which will last for six weeks (two of them face-to-face and four by videoconference), from Monday to Friday, in the afternoon, has the possibility of being 100% discountable for companies through credit Fundae training for active workers, explain those responsible. “In recent years”, they point out in the presentation of this postgraduate course, “the trend to move computing resources towards the cloud seems unstoppable.
Especially for small companies or those that are just starting out, and that do not have the resources to manage their own infrastructure. But also for the bigger ones”. "Unfortunately," they add, "we are also observing an increase in computer attacks on technological resources that are not always adequately protected." In view of this, this course offers training on systems, networks, programs, and other elements involved in the security in the cloud, as well as on the normative and regulatory aspects.