C&W extends IT security scheme

Donovan, Tristan
June 2003
IT Training;Jun2003, p6
Trade Publication
May 2003 saw a further 20 information technology security specialists at Cable & Wireless Inc. gain ISC2 certification as part of a global training project to promote firm's security skills. The latest training program took place at C&W's Swindon, England offices and takes the total number of staff who have gained ISC2 status under the scheme to more than 150. According to Ionut Ionescu, director of security services for C & W's professional services team vendor-neutral stance and wide scope of ISC2, which stands for the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, made the qualification ideal for fulfilling this latter aspect of the training.


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