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Tigerscheme Not For Profit Certification

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Tiger Scheme Not For Profit Certification

Tiger Scheme is a not-for-profi t organization that provides industry-recognized certification of specialist security practitioners. The Scheme was set up in response to a perceived need for wider recognition of the skills of technical vulnerability analysts ("penetration testers"). The existence of a skills gap in this area has been well documented, and further recognized in the UK National Cyber Security Strategy, which states a clear objective for the UK "to have the cross-cutting knowledge, skills and capabilities it needs to underpin all our cyber security objectives".

Formal certification against University level standards under Tiger Scheme provides evidence that these key abilities have been demonstrated to the satisfaction of an examiner applying rigorous standards. Certifi cation carries with it a recognisedacknowledgement of an individual’s technical, legal & ethical knowledge and capabilities. All Tiger Scheme assessments are set and administered by a body which is independent of the industry, and which has no confl ict of interest.




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