The Belgian CoEiC is a Not Legal Person.
Its Main Partner is the HOWEST University of Applied Science, Applied Computer Science Division.
HOWEST is engaged to establish a Centre of Excellence in Cybercrime for applied Research, Training and Education in Belgium. (B-CCARTE).
The CoEiC has been active in:
A. HOWEST, Applied Computer Science
– Computer & Cybercrime Professional:
♣ Unique training from the age of 17 / 18 years
♣ Level: Professional Bachelor Applied Computer Science – 3 years
♣ Technical skills: Web pen testing, Network & system pen testing, Forensic analysis, Social engineering, Cryptography, Biometrics, Malware analysis, Reverse engineering, …
♣ Non-technical skills: IT Governance, Information security management, Risk management, Risk assessment, Privacy rules, IT jurisdiction, Cyber-crime, Mobile security management, Cybersecurity, …
♣ Frameworks: COBIT 5, ISO 27001/2/5, NIST CSF, PTES, ITIL v3, OWASP, SANS, …
♣ Certificates: CEH, Cisco CCNA, VMware, CSX (Cyber Security neXus), Ready for CISSP and CISM
B. HOWEST is engaged
to establish a Centre of Excellence in Cybercrime for applied Research, Training and Education in Belgium (B-CCARTE).
It will provide a platform for coordination and collaboration across disciplines on specific cybercrime and cyber forensics related topics. Together with experts from public sector organisations and industry partners, the academic partner aims to design and teach basic and advanced trainings on specific cybercrime topics, develop and implement awareness initiatives. As such, it will engage in the fight against cybercrime beyond the Belgian borders through the cooperation and exchanges with other Centres of Excellence in Cybercrime in Europe.
C. HOWEST is member
of the Cyber Security Coalition in Belgium.
The Cyber Security Coalition was established in 2014 as a partnership between players from the academic world, the public authorities and the private sector, joining forces against cybercrime. HOWEST is a member of the Steering Committee of the Cyber Security Coalition, where it plays an active role in the establishment of education and training material on cybercrime and cyber security.
D. HOWEST, new member
of European Cybercrime Training and Education Group E.C.T.E.G is composed of participants from European Union Member States and candidate countries law enforcement agencies, international bodies, academia and private industry.
HOWEST was for the first time present on the meeting of 21 / 22 April 2016 (Europol HQ Den Haag, The Netherlands)
More information: http://www.howest.be/Default.aspx?target=howest&lan=nl&item=316