We are proud to announce our partnership with Global Cyber Alliance (GCA).
The GCA is an international, cross sector effort dedicated to eradicating cyber risk and improving our connected world. The GCA achieves its mission by uniting global communities, implementing concrete solutions, and measuring the effect. The GCA was founded in September 2015 by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, the City of London Police and the Center for Internet Security. GCA, a valuable organisation for the sector, is also providing solutions freely available to the global community. Their projects focus on the most prevalent cyber risks individuals and businesses face. They develop and deploy practical, real-world solutions that measurably improve the security of the cyber ecosystem. The solutions provided by GCA are GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit, AIDE (Automated IoT Defence Ecosystem), DMARC, Quad 9, McScrapy, Smart Cities and IoT.
They hold regular webinars providing an opportunity for members to gain additional CPEs.
SASIG PARTNERS WITH ISACA LONDON
SASIG and ISACA London partnership aims to boost skills development in cybersecurity
A new partnership between the Security Awareness Special Interest Group (SASIG) and ISACA London Chapter aims to boost skills in cybersecurity by providing access to industry insights, education and training, through online and in-person events for cybersecurity professionals and associated industries.
Eligible ISACA London Chapter members can now earn extra CPE points by attending SASIG webinars and in-person events. ISACA London Chapter members can log their ISACA membership details when registering with SASIG and record attendance via the ISACA CPE portal to record CPE points.
SASIG and ISACA London Chapter will also work together on key webinars and events for members looking to further enhance their existing professional education and development, as well as providing support to reskill into a new career sector, showcasing cybersecurity as an attractive option.
Martin Smith MBE, Founder and Chairman of The SASIG, said: “We are delighted to be working with ISACA London Chapter. Our commitment to partnership working is focused on boosting awareness and understanding about protecting commerce, industry, and public sector services from cyber-attacks. SASIG and ISACA London Chapter have the common mission to accomplish excellence across the security sector and support the technical advancement throughout the supply chain.”
Monica Meade, current ISACA London Chapter President, said: “The partnership with SASIG will offer both sets of members multiple opportunities to share in our sectors thought leadership and insights. We are thrilled to be able to bring our two organisations together and achieve our common goals.”
The partnership between SASIG and ISACA London will address three key areas:
• Addressing the cybersecurity skills gap: SASIG and ISACA London will jointly work on content on how their respective memberships can develop their careers. Part of this will be SASIG's Cybersecurity Skills Festival, which boosts awareness and understanding of cybersecurity careers and attracts the next generation of cyber professionals.
• Inclusion and Diversity topics: SASIG and ISACA London will look to expand SASIG's successful series of sessions on gender identity earlier this year. Collaborating on ISACA London’s ‘She Leads Tech’ initiative, as well as broadening
conversations into other aspects of diversity, equity, and inclusion, including disability, race, and sexual orientation.
• E-Forensics: ISACA London has a concentration of members working in this area. SASIG is delighted to be collaborating on this topic, contributing through their excellent panel of thought leaders in this area.
For more information on the partnership between SASIG and ISACA London visit www.thesasig.com