Thanks to the deep involvement of the college and its directors in the national aspect of Cyber Security in front of INCB in general, and in the aspect of “Regulation of Cyber Professions” in particular, SEES has acquired significant practical knowledge.
We would like to share this knowledge with you.
We can help with advice: how to set up a college or expand your college’s Cyber Security capabilities.
We can offer you mechanisms and a method to establish a Cyber Security college or expand your college’s capabilities to this field in a variety of methods and in a variety of types of cooperation agreements.
On December 2015, the Israel National Cyber Bureau (INCB) has so far published a list of five Cyber Security Professions (Practitioner, Architect, Methodologist, Forensics Expert and Penetration tester), and will soon publish more professions (Cyber Auditor, SOC Operator, Malware Analyst, Application Security Expert). In the next stage, more expertise may be published.
The college CEO, and main shareholder, Mr. Avi Weissman, was chairman of the Israeli National Forum of Information Security (IFIS), and provides consultancy services for the INCB and for the Israel National Cyber Security Authority.
See Security keeps track on the publications of NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework (NICE – The American National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education).
See Security also follows the ISC2 policy, the professions, the accreditation programs, and the international professional qualification tests.
Finally, the college advises and consults with the best-known experts in Israel in their field, regarding the actual requirements of the employers. The fact that Israel is at the forefront of the fight against cyber terrorism helps the college adopt innovative methods and apply them immediately to its customers.