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During the last few years, the level of computer crimes has exploded. Hackers have defaced the web sites of the CIA, stolen information and software from NASA and the Pentagon, and made unauthorized wire transfers causing banks to lose millions and millions of dollars.

According to Juniper research data, the global cost of cybercrime will reach $2 trillion by 2019, increasing to almost four times the estimated cost of breaches in 2015, being “just” $500 billion, although we must add that the cost could be even higher.  According to “The Global Risks Report 2016” from the World Economic Forum, a significant portion of cybercrime goes undetected.

 

Historically, 80 percent of information security problems have been internal ones, either from employees exceeding their level of authorization, or ones that are disgruntled. However, as access to digital systems is extended virtually, and new information security holes are discovered daily, things have changed. Now, 48% percent of data security breaches are caused by acts of malicious intent while human error or system failure account for the rest.

Therefore, it is necessary for companies to have a structured and efficient methodology available to face these cybersecurity challenges.

Throughout this course, we will explain how to use our methodology to identify cyber-risks as well as define and implement the necessary measures to minimize the impact of their potential materialization. This methodology is based upon our experience developing cybersecurity management projects for Fortune 500 companies.

What are the benefits of this course? It doesn’t matter whether you are the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of a multinational company or a Small Medium Business (SMB), the CEO of a start-up, a C Level member of a company or somebody who wants to find a job within the fascinating world of cybersecurity, the benefits of this course for you are clear:

Are you a Corporate CIO or CISO? According to the ITRC -Identity Theft Resource Centre’s “ITRC Data Breach Report,” more than 29 million records were exposed in 858 publicised breaches across sectors including financial, government, health care and education.

Organizations face increasing security threats that can destroy or disrupt business. Network attacks, viruses, and even simple mistakes can cause businesses to lose valuable time and money, ultimately impacting their profit, market share, cash flow, competitiveness, profitability, and reputation.

Within this context, the CISO’s must have robust methodologies for the analysis and management of cyber-risks which are affecting or could affect their company, with the aim of minimizing the impact of their potential materialization. This course will explain how.

Are you a Small Medium Business CIO or CISO? SMB’s would not appear to be affected by cybercrime. However, the opposite is true.  According to Keeper Security’s “The State of SMB Cybersecurity” report, 50% of SMB’s reported suffering at least one cyberattack during the last 12 months. The average cost of a data breach involving theft of assets totalled $879,582 for these SMB’s. They spent another $955,429 on restoring normal business in the wake of successful attacks.

For these SMB’s, 60 percent of employees use the exact same password for everything they access. Meanwhile, 63 percent of confirmed data breaches, leverage a weak, default or stolen password. Cyber-risk means risks associated with digital business processes. It is a business issue, not just a technology issue. Cyber-risk Management is the next evolution in enterprise risk and security for organizations like SMB’s that increasingly rely on digital processes to run their business. Just like Corporate CISO’s, the CISO’s of SMB’s must also develop detection and mitigation strategies regarding the cyber-risks that affect their companies. This course will show you how.

Are you working upon a start-up? Any company which handles data sheets with clients’ forms is exposed to cyber-risks. Running a start-up without having a plan for the management of cyber-risks is somewhat suicidal and can cause investors to flee just as soon as losses derived from a gap in cybersecurity materialize. If you take this course, you will be more than prepared to respond to investors regarding your data protection strategies against cyber-risks.

Are you a C Level member of a listed company or an SMB? Industry leaders are finding that cyber-risk management needs to be a responsibility of the C-suite rather than the responsibility of IT. This course will show you in a practical fashion, how to develop a project to make a Cyber-risks Management Plan available to your company. Such plan must be executed with the support of the IT Department and the rest of the business areas.

Are you working in or would you like to work in Cyber-risk Management? Security remains the number one spending priority and many companies are expecting to progressively increase security spending. Therefore, in accordance with forecasts carried out by the principal Human Resources companies, cybersecurity will be one of the professional areas with most future projection.

Whether you wish to be a CISO, a cyber-risk analyst within an insurance company, a cybersecurity consultant or cyber lawyer specialized in cybercrimes; this course will allow you to better understand the bases of analysis and management of cyber-risks.

Proper cybersecurity management is more than just a technology solution. Any company led by its CIO, CISO or CEO; must be ready to respond to cyber-risks and ensure that company business assets are well protected. With this training, you will be more than prepared to face this challenge. 

Buy this training here

Managing Cybersecurity Risks: Become a Risk Manager

Managing Cybersecurity Risks: Become a Risk Manager Image

Buy this training here

During the last few years, the level of computer crimes has exploded. Hackers have defaced the web sites of the CIA, stolen information and software from NASA and the Pentagon, and made unauthorized wire transfers causing banks to lose millions and millions of dollars.

According to Juniper research data, the global cost of cybercrime will reach $2 trillion by 2019, increasing to almost four times the estimated cost of breaches in 2015, being “just” $500 billion, although we must add that the cost could be even higher.  According to “The Global Risks Report 2016” from the World Economic Forum, a significant portion of cybercrime goes undetected.

 

Historically, 80 percent of information security problems have been internal ones, either from employees exceeding their level of authorization, or ones that are disgruntled. However, as access to digital systems is extended virtually, and new information security holes are discovered daily, things have changed. Now, 48% percent of data security breaches are caused by acts of malicious intent while human error or system failure account for the rest.

Therefore, it is necessary for companies to have a structured and efficient methodology available to face these cybersecurity challenges.

Throughout this course, we will explain how to use our methodology to identify cyber-risks as well as define and implement the necessary measures to minimize the impact of their potential materialization. This methodology is based upon our experience developing cybersecurity management projects for Fortune 500 companies.

What are the benefits of this course? It doesn’t matter whether you are the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of a multinational company or a Small Medium Business (SMB), the CEO of a start-up, a C Level member of a company or somebody who wants to find a job within the fascinating world of cybersecurity, the benefits of this course for you are clear:

Are you a Corporate CIO or CISO? According to the ITRC -Identity Theft Resource Centre’s “ITRC Data Breach Report,” more than 29 million records were exposed in 858 publicised breaches across sectors including financial, government, health care and education.

Organizations face increasing security threats that can destroy or disrupt business. Network attacks, viruses, and even simple mistakes can cause businesses to lose valuable time and money, ultimately impacting their profit, market share, cash flow, competitiveness, profitability, and reputation.

Within this context, the CISO’s must have robust methodologies for the analysis and management of cyber-risks which are affecting or could affect their company, with the aim of minimizing the impact of their potential materialization. This course will explain how.

Are you a Small Medium Business CIO or CISO? SMB’s would not appear to be affected by cybercrime. However, the opposite is true.  According to Keeper Security’s “The State of SMB Cybersecurity” report, 50% of SMB’s reported suffering at least one cyberattack during the last 12 months. The average cost of a data breach involving theft of assets totalled $879,582 for these SMB’s. They spent another $955,429 on restoring normal business in the wake of successful attacks.

For these SMB’s, 60 percent of employees use the exact same password for everything they access. Meanwhile, 63 percent of confirmed data breaches, leverage a weak, default or stolen password. Cyber-risk means risks associated with digital business processes. It is a business issue, not just a technology issue. Cyber-risk Management is the next evolution in enterprise risk and security for organizations like SMB’s that increasingly rely on digital processes to run their business. Just like Corporate CISO’s, the CISO’s of SMB’s must also develop detection and mitigation strategies regarding the cyber-risks that affect their companies. This course will show you how.

Are you working upon a start-up? Any company which handles data sheets with clients’ forms is exposed to cyber-risks. Running a start-up without having a plan for the management of cyber-risks is somewhat suicidal and can cause investors to flee just as soon as losses derived from a gap in cybersecurity materialize. If you take this course, you will be more than prepared to respond to investors regarding your data protection strategies against cyber-risks.

Are you a C Level member of a listed company or an SMB? Industry leaders are finding that cyber-risk management needs to be a responsibility of the C-suite rather than the responsibility of IT. This course will show you in a practical fashion, how to develop a project to make a Cyber-risks Management Plan available to your company. Such plan must be executed with the support of the IT Department and the rest of the business areas.

Are you working in or would you like to work in Cyber-risk Management? Security remains the number one spending priority and many companies are expecting to progressively increase security spending. Therefore, in accordance with forecasts carried out by the principal Human Resources companies, cybersecurity will be one of the professional areas with most future projection.

Whether you wish to be a CISO, a cyber-risk analyst within an insurance company, a cybersecurity consultant or cyber lawyer specialized in cybercrimes; this course will allow you to better understand the bases of analysis and management of cyber-risks.

Proper cybersecurity management is more than just a technology solution. Any company led by its CIO, CISO or CEO; must be ready to respond to cyber-risks and ensure that company business assets are well protected. With this training, you will be more than prepared to face this challenge. 

Buy this training here