Professional Registration - Incident Response Specialism
The Cyber Scheme is now a Licensed Body for The UK Cyber Security Council.
We are working with The Council to develop the Incident Response specialism, and are currently in the process of sourcing and training Incident Response Specialists to become assessors.
Are you an Incident Response specialist aiming to become a Chartered member of the UK Cyber Security Council?
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The route to Professional Registration.
The UK Cyber Security Council has established the route to a Professional Registration Title – culminating in Chartered Status – as set out in their Royal Charter. There are three professional registration titles aligned to the Council’s professional standard. These are:
Associate – An Associate title is awarded to a cyber professional who understands the fundamentals of cyber security and can evidence applying these fundamentals in their career to date.
Principal – A Principal title is awarded to an established cyber professional who plays an active part in the profession and can demonstrate practical contributions to cyber engagements whilst not necessarily leading them.
Chartered – A Chartered title is awarded to an established Cyber professional who can evidence leadership in cyber engagements whilst playing an active role in the wider profession and has knowledge of related specialisms.