Certified GenAI and LLM Cybersecurity Professional (CGLCP™)

Length: 2 Days

The Certified GenAI and LLM Cybersecurity Professional (CGLCP™) certification is designed to equip cybersecurity professionals with the knowledge and skills to secure and manage generative AI and large language models. The program covers the risks, threat mitigation strategies, and ethical considerations associated with these advanced AI technologies.


  • To understand the architecture and functionality of generative AI and LLMs.
  • To identify and assess the cybersecurity risks specific to GenAI and LLMs.
  • To develop and implement security strategies for GenAI and LLM systems.
  • To promote ethical and responsible use of generative AI and LLMs in cybersecurity.

Target Audience:

  • Cybersecurity analysts and managers dealing with AI technologies.
  • AI and ML professionals focusing on cybersecurity applications.
  • IT security consultants and advisors specializing in AI and LLMs.
  • Researchers and academics in the field of AI and cybersecurity.

Exam and Knowledge Domains

Exam Domains:

  • Fundamentals of Generative AI and Large Language Models
  • Cybersecurity Risks Associated with GenAI and LLMs
  • Mitigation and Defense Strategies for GenAI and LLMs
  • Ethical, Legal, and Compliance Issues in GenAI and LLMs
  • Case Studies and Best Practices in GenAI and LLM Cybersecurity

Number of Questions: 100

Type of Questions: Multiple-choice, scenario-based questions, and simulations

Passing Grade: 70%

The CGLCP certification would require candidates to demonstrate a deep understanding of generative AI and LLM technologies, particularly in the context of cybersecurity. The exam would assess their ability to identify risks, implement security measures, and make ethical decisions related to these AI technologies.

Course Outlines:

Module 1: Introduction to Cybersecurity

  • Overview of Cybersecurity
  • Importance of Cybersecurity
  • Cyber Threat Landscape
  • Fundamentals of Information Security
  • Legal and Ethical Considerations in Cybersecurity
  • Career Paths in Cybersecurity

Module 2: Cyber Threats and Vulnerabilities

  • Types of Cyber Threats
  • Common Attack Vectors
  • Vulnerability Assessment and Management
  • Malware Analysis and Detection
  • Social Engineering Attacks
  • Insider Threats and Mitigation Strategies

Module 3: Security Technologies and Tools

  • Firewalls and Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS)
  • Secure Network Architecture and Design
  • Encryption and Cryptography
  • Identity and Access Management (IAM)
  • Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
  • Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking Techniques

Module 4: Risk Management and Compliance

  • Risk Assessment Methodologies
  • Compliance Frameworks and Standards
  • Security Policies and Procedures
  • Incident Response and Disaster Recovery Planning
  • Business Continuity Planning
  • Legal and Regulatory Compliance in Cybersecurity

Module 5: Emerging Technologies and Trends

  • Internet of Things (IoT) Security
  • Cloud Security
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Cybersecurity
  • Blockchain Technology and Security
  • Mobile Security
  • Threat Intelligence and Information Sharing

Module 6: Professional Development and Specialization

  • Continuing Education and Certifications
  • Networking and Professional Organizations
  • Soft Skills for Cybersecurity Professionals
  • Specialization Areas in Cybersecurity (e.g., Forensics, Incident Response)
  • Career Advancement Strategies
  • Ethical Responsibilities and Professional Code of Conduct