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Australian Cyber Security Qualifications
The CyberPeace-BSI Learning “Australian Cyber Security Qualifications” is a collaborative effort between CyberPeace and BSI Learning to address the urgent need for bridging the existing skill gap in the cybersecurity industry. In the growing digital world, cyber threats continue evolving beyond borders, leading to the need for highly skilled cybersecurity professionals.
BSI-Learning (RTO ID: 21371) is an organization known for creating and establishing learning experiment career pathways for Students and Skilled professionals in Australia. With remarkable work and presence, BSI Learning has led to a lot of successful careers in various fields and industries. Australia, a signatory of the UNESCO Global Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications, Concerning Higher Education, ensures that Australian qualifications hold international prestige. The Australian Qualification Framework is recognised in 21 countries, including Norway, Sweden, France, the UK, and Japan, making it a global standard. By pursuing an Australian qualification, you join a network of world-class education, propelling your career to new heights.
Why Australian Cyber Security Qualifications?
- Benchmarked Certification
- Industry-Backed Job Readiness
- Globally Recognized
- Worldwide Opportunities
- Pathway to Higher Education in Australia
- Internship Opportunities
- 100% Placement Assistance
- Australian Certification (AQF)
22603VIC Cert IV in Cyber Security Transnational course
This comprehensive program offered by CyberPeace and BSI Learning provides you with the skills and knowledge you need to excel in the high-demand field of Cybersecurity, with a focus on real-world applications and hands-on training.
We offer you two elective streams to choose from
- Network Security
- Cloud Security
Tailor your studies to match your interests and career goals.
We are committed to delivering a dynamic program providing real-world applications and hands-on training that prepares you for the challenges of the digital age.
Choose Australian Cyber Security Qualifications and take the first step towards a rewarding global career in cybersecurity
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The CyberPeace Initiative
To help empower Indian internet users with skills to make them resilient to misinformation, and embrace responsible online behavior, Google.org, Google’s philanthropic arm, has announced it is providing a new grant to support a nationwide awareness and capability building initiative by the India-headquartered cyber security advocacy global non-profit, CyberPeace Foundation. The grant will support the initiative in reaching over 40 million internet users across India, including at least 8 million underserved beneficiaries such as youth, women, rural communities, elderly, through trainings and community engagement programs over four years.
Additionally, the grant will support a multilingual online resource center that will offer 650 hours worth of free multimedia content and learning materials on identifying and countering misinformation, and on developing responsible online content, in English and 15 Indian languages, including Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Kannada, Odia (Oriya), Malayalam, Punjabi, Assamese, Maithili, Santali, Kashmiri. The initiative will also include the establishment of helplines across states and regional clusters, as well as quick-response teams composed of experts in digital forensics, social media analysis, and fact-checking, providing real-time support to ecosystem stakeholders to check the spread and public impact of new-age cyber threats and misinformation campaigns.
Explaining the initiative, Vineet Kumar, Founder and Global President of CyberPeace, said:
"In an era in which digital is deeply intertwined with our lives, knowing how to discern, act on, and share the credible from the wealth of information available online is critical to our wellbeing, and of our families and communities. Through this initiative, we’re committing to help Internet users across India become informed, empowered and responsible netizens leading through conversations and actions. Whether it’s in fact-checking information before sharing it, or refraining from sharing unverified news, we all play an important role in building a web that is a safe and inclusive space for everyone, and we are extremely grateful to Google.org for propelling us forward in this mission with their grant support.”
All the content developed and disseminated through this initiative will be informed by extensive field and secondary research on methods for encouraging responsible content creation, and on mechanisms and measures for effectively countering misinformation and online threats.
To scale and sustain the program’s impact, CyberPeace Foundation will leverage its strong track record in advocacy and stakeholder engagement to engage approximately 100 local ecosystem partners - including prominent educational institutions with strong programs in information technology and media studies, media organizations, government entities, international bodies, as well as other non-profits promoting internet safety and digital literacy - to cascade its content and resources across India.
Core Components of the Campaign
- Research & Feedback Loop
- Educational & Training Initiatives:
- Outreach & Engagement
- Digital Platforms
- Structural Foundation
- Youth (all genders) from schools, colleges, events,
- Women, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities
- Citizens from rural communities
- Elderly/senior citizens
CyberPeace is an award-winning global civil society organisation, think tank of cybersecurity and policy experts with the vision of pioneering CyberPeace Initiatives to build collective resiliency against cyber-crimes and global threats of cyber warfare. CyberPeace is involved in policy advocacy, research and training related to all aspects of cybersecurity.
Google.org, Google’s philanthropy, brings the best of Google to help solve some of humanity’s biggest challenges combining funding, product donations and technical expertise to support underserved communities and provide opportunity for everyone. We engage nonprofits, social enterprises and civic entities who make a significant impact on the communities they serve, and whose work has the potential to produce scalable, meaningful change.
An exciting national competition for the digital generation
The CyberPeace Foundation and NCERT proudly present the latest edition of the eRaksha Competition! This year's eRaksha competition is being organised in collaboration with the G20 Summit. Inspired by the principles of Vasudev Kutumbakam, the competition’s theme for this year is “Fostering a Safe and Responsible Cyber Culture”.
The eRaksha competition endeavours to cultivate a deeper understanding of responsible digital citizenship among the nation’s youth. Since its launch in 2019, eRaksha has witnessed overwhelming participation from more than one lakh participants all over India. Students, teachers, parents, and other educators from various schools and colleges are encouraged to participate in this competition. eRaksha serves as a valuable platform for its participants to shape and share their ideas, visions, and experiences regarding digital safety.
Each year, the competition is driven by a theme relevant to cybersecurity. Participants are invited to send their original entries such as posters, banners, videos, reels, shorts, essays, blogs, memes or software applications related to the theme. Over the past 4 editions of eRaksha, we have received some of the most creative, thought-provoking and valuable entries that have shone a light on some of the most important contemporary cyberspace issues. eRaksha is a valuable chance for anyone who wishes to enhance their knowledge and skills, collaborate with domain experts, and engage with exciting, complex challenges during the Cyber Camps organised by CyberPeace and NCERT.
By inviting the youth to interact, engage and discuss their experiences on a national level thus, eRaksha creates a vast treasure trove of fresh, youthful insights regarding the digital world and all its opportunities, threats and concerns.
Cultivating collaborative pathways across institutions
The CyberPeace Center of Excellence (CCoE) functions as a platform to foster and harness the potential of the youth through collaborations with academic institutions and innovation-focussed-programs. This initiative presents opportunities to universities, their students, and faculty to collaborate with industries, government agencies, law enforcement, and the armed forces for research and development projects that address real-world challenges.
It is a community driven collaborative framework for research & development in academia and allied institutions. The goal is to create a cluster of research in academic and allied institutions to tackle challenges in the realm of cybersecurity. The objective is to establish a network of experts who can share their knowledge, skills, and resources to develop inventive solutions and technologies that enhance cybersecurity. This network of experts will collaborate to generate new ideas, conduct research, and promote the exchange of information and best practices to address the ever-changing challenges and threats in cyberspace.
Government entities collaborate with one or more academic institutions under the CyberPeace Center of Excellence (CCoE) and share details about their operational challenges, issues, threats, risks, and concerns. Depending on the project, the intellectual property for the solution can be licensed and handed over in the interest of national security.
The World’s Biggest Cybersecurity Challenge
The Global CyberPeace Challenge is an exceptional global hackathon that brings together the most talented and brilliant minds in the field of cybersecurity. Organised by the CyberPeace Foundation, and powered by Autobot Infosec, the Global CyberPeace Challenge is a one-of-a-kind event for talented hackers, programmers and cybersecurity enthusiasts. This platform offers three exciting and innovative challenges for participants to demonstrate and hone their cyberspace skills:
- Cyber Policy & Strategy Challenge focuses on the development of effective & sustainable strategies and policies for enhancing cybersecurity and promoting peace in the digital realm.
- Capture The Flag (IT & OT) challenge evaluates participants' technical expertise in the areas of Information Technology and Operational Technology.
- The Peace-a-Thon: The Innovation Challenge encourages participants to devise creative and groundbreaking solutions to the most critical techno-social issues and obstacles faced by the society.
The Global CyberPeace Challenge proudly invites participants from all corners of the globe and presents an unparalleled opportunity to learn from the best, connect with like-minded individuals & experts, and showcase one’s skills and talents on a global stage. Winners of the challenge stand a chance to win not only exciting prizes and recognition but also get the opportunity to collaborate with industry leaders and esteemed organisations in the cybersecurity space.
The previous three editions of the Global CyberPeace Challenge have been immensely successful, drawing over 7,500 participants from over 120 countries. Global CyberPeace Challenge 4.0 follows in the footsteps of its predecessors, featuring three challenges: Cyber Policy & Strategy Challenge, Capture the Flag (CTF), and Peace-a-Thon: The Innovation Challenge.
A cybersecurity revolution to empower women across India
Digital Shakti is a national Cyber Peace initiative that aims to empower and upskill women as proud, resilient and thriving netizens of the cyber-space. Since its inception in 2018, this initiative has helped over 4.5 lakh girls, women and netizens, through awareness-building programs on key issues like social media safety, online harassment, data privacy, security tips & tricks, scam detection, cyberlaw, digital crime, threat prevention, grievance redressal and more.
Marching on with its commitment to the creation of a gender-just internet for girls and women, CyberPeace Foundation, along with National Commission for Women, Meta & Autobot Infosec, has launched the Fourth Phase of Digital Shakti. Building upon the project’s previous 3 phases, the campaign continues its work to empower women by equipping them with digital skills and knowledge, enabling them to effectively combat cyber threats and respond to any illegal or inappropriate online activities. The Fourth Phase aims to upskill 10,00,000 girls, women and netizens across India via hybrid workshops.
The fourth phase of the campaign was launched in Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on the 15th of November 2022 by the Vice Chief of Army Staff (VCOAS), Lt Gen BS Raju UYSM, AVSM, YSM. The launch was graced by Rekha Sharma, Chairperson, NCW; Major Vineet Kumar, Founder and Global President, CyberPeace Foundation; & Rajiv Aggarwal, Director and Head of Public Policy, Meta India (previously Facebook).