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CyberSecurity Malaysia holds defence training for ASEAN, OIC countries

AvantiKumar | Aug. 8, 2016
Effective incident management training is part of the Malaysian Government's commitment to technical cooperation among developing countries.

CyberSecurity Malaysia MTPC training 

Photo - General Tan Sri Dato' Seri Panglima Mohd Azumi bin Mohamed (Retired), the Chairman of CyberSecurity Malaysia (middle front row) together with CyberSecurity Malaysia Top Management and MTCP participants.

 

National agency CyberSecurity Malaysia has organised a cyber security training course under the Malaysian Technical Cooperation Programme (MTCP) for 15 participants from ASEAN and OIC countries during August 2016 in Bangi.

The 10-day training course, which focuses on effectively incident management and defence, is part of the Malaysian Government's commitment towards the promotion of technical cooperation among developing countries, strengthening of regional and sub-regional cooperation, as well as nurturing collective self-reliance amongst developing countries.

The training was by General Tan Sri Dato' Seri Panglima Mohd Azumi bin Mohamed (Retired), the Chairman of CyberSecurity Malaysia and Advisor to Chair of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation - Computer Emergency Response Team (OIC-CERT).

The IT professionals came from ten OIC and ASEAN countries - Azerbaijan, Egypt, Indonesia, Laos, Jordan, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan and Philippines participated in this training.
 
CyberSecurity Malaysia, representing Malaysia as the Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation - Computer Emergency Response Teams (OIC-CERT) Steering Committee member and Permanent Secretariat, has been appointed for the second time to conduct such training under MTCP.
 
More than 100 MTCP programmes are offered by 79 MTCP Training Institutions annually.  Since its inception, MTCP has trained 30,600 participants from 142 countries.

 

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