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Certified Global Security Professional (CGSP)

TIICT is launching this unique course geared towards teaching the nuances to both gauge and manage threats in the emerging situations. It covers wide-ranging aspects related to security and comes with a complete package to train students with the necessary tools to efficiently operate in unprecedented situations, likewise to what is prevailing today – a pandemic redefining the ways the global economy has functioned since the end of WWII. The course will be taught by experts who have been practically connected with defense and security related matters and who have the technical capacity and interpersonal skills to train the incoming students in an immersive and interactive learning mode. For now, this course is open for both young people and experienced professionals; however, a minimum qualification of a bachelor degree in any subject is mandatory to get enrolled.

Following is listed the curriculum of the course. Note, various sub-topics will include case studies and data analysis as well as quasi-experimental and randomized control trials.


  • Organization Security Threats: The topic covers at length the various kinds of security threats, including traditional and non-traditional ones, which may affect any organization and the performance of its activities.



  1. Terrorist threats

  2. Access control threats.

  3. Employee violence Threats.

  4. Hostile Reconnaissance. 


  • Counter- Terrorism: The topic uncovers the different techniques and methods of countering terrorism and violent forms of conflict, whilst also explaining what that means. 


  1. What is terrorism.

  2. Categories of terrorism.

  3. Basics identification of suspicious items.

  4. Self-Protection.


  •  Insider Threats:  The topic exemplifies threats emanating from insider actors in any setting, and how that could be spotted and neutralized


  1. Insider threat definition.

  2. Insider threat Vs Counter-Intelligence.

  3. Identification of potential Insider threats.

  4. Prevention and protective measures.




  • Fraud Prevention: The course makes a exploratory foray in the domain of frauds. It gauges how fraud exist in various setting, how that could be unveiled and measures necessary for fraud prevention.



  1. Fraud definition.

  2. Fraud prevention

  3. Responsibilities across organization Stake holders.

  4. (instead_ Stakeholder Responsibilities and Accountabilities


  • Epidemic and pandemic awareness:  With environment changes manifesting in unwanted ways and giving rise to new diseases within specific region and at the world level, the course sheds light about managing lives and lifestyles during the outbreak of such health crisis.                                                                       Contents:

  1.  What is a pandemic?

  2.  How viruses spread.

  3.  Effects of a pandemic on a business.

  4. What can we do Staying healthy?

  5. Dealing with the outbreak in your community.

  6. How to stop the spread of the virus


  • Cyber security threat: The course talks about the new threats that are now hitting the cyber domain, an area that has become of high value both to individuals and organizations in recent times, and how such threats need to be tackled in smart and safe ways.


  1. Data Breaches and Protection

  2. Cyber Privacy

  3. Online Scams

  4. Safe Computing

  5. Malware analysis and detection

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