Military English/Professional development. Part 1 Assessment

Part 1. CyberSecurity on Military
Rating: 2.5 out of 5 (5 ratings)
2,131 students
Military English/Professional development. Part 1 Assessment
Rating: 2.5 out of 5 (5 ratings)
2,131 students
test the security controls
the tools and processes of security audits and assessments
Risk Management for Cybersecurity

Requirements

  • You should have End-Stage course " Military English. Professional development. Part 1. CyberSecurity on Military" FREE

Description

You have End-Stage course " Military English. Professional development. Part 1. CyberSecurity on Military" FREE

And now Military English. Professional development.Part 1. CyberSecurity on Military. Assessment

Put Your Knowledge In The Right Mindset To Start Taking Action.

Assessment of security preparedness is an important role for countries.

The assessment helps test the security controls as well as identifying the gaps in security infrastructure and policy. A security assessment can be done at multiple levels.

First, individual security controls can be tested using auditing tools. Second, assessment can be done at a holistic, system, or organizational level through exercises and real-time simulations.

This block introduces the tools and processes of security audits and assessments.

This will allow YOU to learn how the assessment of residual vulnerability in systems can be identified and weighed; moreover, such audits and assessments help establish how to gauge cyber systems readiness to deal with specific types of known threat actors and to prepare for activities where an unknown threat emerges (so-called zero-day threats because there is no warning of their specific means of attack or malign action).

This part aims to address cybersecurity broadly but in sufficient depth that non-technical experts will develop a more complete picture of the technological issues and technology experts will more completely appreciate national and international security policy and defense policy implications.

Supported by the coursebook.

Who this course is for:

  • Non-technical experts will develop a more complete picture of the technological issues
  • Technology experts will more completely appreciate national and international security policy and defense policy implications.

Course content

3 sections • 16 lectures • 1h 9m total length
  • Course Aims
    00:38
  • What is Military English.
    06:19
  • Nice to meet you!
    03:32
  • Supported by the coursebook " Military English. Learning by doing"
    05:29
  • Support for e-book
    01:05

Instructor

Teacher, Instructor
Marina Hrabar
  • 3.2 Instructor Rating
  • 94 Reviews
  • 9,871 Students
  • 8 Courses

Experienced and passionate ESL Teacher (20+ years of experience) with a love for teaching and empowering others.

ESP (English for Specific Purposes) Teacher.

CTE (Career and technical education) Teacher.

Coaching and Mentoring (17+ years of corporate experience in Finance, Banking, Technology, Construction industries, and a bunch of cool things).

- M.A. in Teaching in English ( Institute for Foreign Languages), 2000

- TEFL (120), 2017

- TESOL (150), 2018

- M.A. in Engineering ( Technical University), 1998

- B.A. in Accountancy (College of Engineering), 2000

- IELTS Teacher Training Program English Australia’s Continuing Professional Development IDP, 2019

- Professional certifications that can help prove her skills and value.

Many ESP (English for Specific Purposes) teachers don't even know the subject they are teaching. That's okay. Marina Hrabar`s content is written and narrated by her (as an expert in a subject that she`s interested in).

Marina Hrabar, a 45-year-old lady, is Russian. But she's proud of her new Arab family and her two Arab amazing grandsons.

She has been keeping a quote book her entire life. She loves to read it over from time to time. Her favorite all-time quote about life is one.

«Too many people measure how successful they are by how much money they make or the people that they associate with. In my opinion, true success should be measured by how happy you are.» Billionaire Richard Branson

Business fundamental Rules.

If all of your reviews are positive, they come off as fake. So when you have a few reasonably negative reviews peppered in there, people tend to trust your brand even more.

In fact, 52% of consumers trust a software product more if it has negative reviews. And, statistics argue that negative reviews can increase conversions by up to 85%.

What your negative review says doesn’t actually matter. What really matters is how you respond.

So, Marina Hrabar`s so sorry she let you down.

Marina Hrabar's taken your feedback, and the feedback of other reviewers, to heart. She's in the process of making some major changes. She'd like to make things right if she can.