SG launches cybersecurity training programme
In support, SG will extend its $30m cyber capacity-building commitment to 2026.
The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) has launched the SG Cyber Leadership and Alumni Programme to train company officials on cyber security.
To support the new programme, Singapore’s earlier funding of $30m for cyber capacity building will be extended by another three years from 2023 to 2026.
The programme comprises training courses catered to participants at the Executive, Foundation and Advanced levels and is open to all countries. It also includes an alumni fellowship programme.
The Foundation course focuses on basic cyber diplomacy concepts, international law, norms in cyberspace, and operational and technical considerations of international cyber policy. It will also cover the cyber threat landscape and mitigation strategies.
The Executive course aims to equip officials involved in cyber discussions at the multilateral level with foundational operational and technical cyber policy knowledge necessary for their work.
The Advanced course targets senior officials who have attended the Foundation course and offers a deeper understanding and analysis of key cyber issues across the policy, legal, technical, and operational areas.
Participants will also have hands-on, self-driven training featuring real-world case studies and keystone projects to bridge the gap between theoretical and practical implementation of cyber strategies.