Bahrain TRA holds a course on security awareness

Course aimed to inform staff members with the latest best practices
Bahrain TRA holds a course on security awareness

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The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) of Bahrain held a two day training course for the Authority’s staff at their headquarters in the Seef District on the subject of Information Security Awareness.

The course aimed to inform staff members with the latest best practices to safeguard them and their workplace from breaches of security. It covered advice and guidelines to follow in order to avoid such breaches that can either occur on their computers, such as phishing, hacking and viruses or risks of leaving themselves exposed to other malicious attacks due to easy access of information , which was also supplemented by real life examples and statistics.

Niranjan Acharya, Bader Kamal and. Sohaib Amin of Stride IT consulting participated at the event.

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