SecurityNewsDesk and GICIS join forces

SecurityNewsDesk and GICIS join forces

SecurityNewsDesk and GICIS join forces in delivering global security knowledge

SecurityNewsDesk and The Global Institute of Cyber, Intelligence & Security (GICIS) have signed a memorandum of understanding to work together to deliver knowledge out to the global security community.

GICIS, in partnership with a range of subject matter experts and awarding bodies, provides training and education to meet the knowledge and skills requirements across wide areas of the security spectrum.

Faculties and training establishments include: UC San Diego Extension, Accordance Associates, Cyber Security Intelligence, Electronic Warfare Solutions (EWS), Focus Training, Hanover Associates, Interalia Solutions Ltd, Major Crime Investigation Training, Managing Conflict Studies, Opportuna, Otho Limited, Policing Matters, Rockdove Ltd, Semtec Partners Ltd, Stuart Hyde Associates, The Fraud Partnership, Ubi-Tech (3R) Ltd and Willie Baker Leadership & Development Ltd. They cover the complete spectrum of training from bespoke courses, webinars and online training to degree and masters level courses.

SecurityNewsDesk, with its sister publication, gives GICIS reach into its target audience through content focused updates and reports that will stimulate those seeking education and training to enquire to GICIS. In addition, with access to a wide range of subject matter experts, SecurityNewsDesk can enhance GICIS’ pool of trainers, lecturers and experts.

Said Dr Martin Wright from GICIS, “I am very excited to open this opportunity with SecurityNewsDesk as I see real synergy in the way we work – bringing knowledge to those who need it in the most professional and focused way.”

Philip Ingram MBE of SecurityNewsDesk added, “I am already seeing value from GICIS with the excellent thought provoking and informative editorial content that they are providing. I can see this formal relationship growing not only for our companies, but also in a way to provide high quality educational services to the global security industry.”

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