Latest News

 

15
Jun
2017

The Higher Diploma in Intelligence Operations Now Available for Serving Military or Law Enforcement Analysts with 75% Discount

The Higher Diploma in Intelligence Operations – Now Available for Serving Military or Law Enforcement Analysts with a 75% Discount Are you working as an intelligence researcher, analyst or officer? If you are, consider what formal qualifications you have in this area that reflect your knowledge, skills and experience. For many intelligence professionals the answer

19
May
2017

The UK’s only Open Source Research and Investigation Course with an OFQUAL Regulated Qualification

The UK’s only Open Source Research and Investigation Course with an OFQUAL Regulated Qualification. At Intqual-pro we do far more than just train Intelligence and Security professionals. Every one of our courses comes with an OFQUAL regulated qualification, giving our learners something that is both recognised and transferable. Following the success of the Higher Diploma in

28
Apr
2017

The Cyber Stars Initiative Launches Cyber Stars “Lite” as an Effective and Engaging Alternative to Mandatory Cyber Security Awareness Training

TThe Cyber Stars Initiative Launches Cyber Stars “Lite” as an Effective and Engaging Alternative to Mandatory Cyber Security Awareness Training. Since the launch of the Cyber Stars Initiative in 2016 we have engaged with and qualified Cyber Stars in 19 Countries. We are increasingly looking for new and innovative ways to engage people with cyber

03
Feb
2017

The Cyber Stars Initiative Increases Awareness at Top London Local Authority

Cyber security specialists Intqual-pro have carried out our latest Cyber Stars training programme for investigators at a London council to help them tackle cyber-crime and fraud. Intqual-pro, which runs the Cyber Stars Initiative to help organisations large and small prevent security breaches, delivered the course for staff at the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The Cyber

26
May
2016

The Cyber Stars Initiative

With the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) fast approaching, businesses must act now to enable the required changes to cyber security culture within their business. The new GDPR provides a single, harmonised data privacy law for the European Union. With the increasing risk of data breaches from cyber attack , the GDPR aims to prevent the loss of personal data by improving data security for all individuals living in EU member states. UK organisations have until June 2018 to comply with the new law, or potentially face fines of up to 4% of annual turnover or €20 million

Older Entries