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Understanding Cyber Security Risks

Understanding Cyber Security Risks

A Dive into Cybersecurity Risks: Navigating the Digital Age with Confidence


In an era where digital landscapes are rapidly evolving, understanding cyber security risks has never been more crucial. Our specialized webinar is meticulously designed for those who seek to fortify their knowledge and strategies in protecting against cyber security threats. This session is a vital step toward mastering the complexities of cyber security, providing you with the insights needed to safeguard your digital domain.


Event Highlights: Tailored for professionals who are committed to staying ahead in the fast-paced world of technology, this workshop offers a comprehensive overview of current cyber security challenges and effective risk management strategies. It's an essential learning experience for anyone eager to enhance their defensive tactics against the myriad of cyberspace threats facing organizations today.


Date and Time: Prepare to immerse yourself in a focused, enlightening session that will significantly impact your approach to cyber security.

Duration: 2 CPE Hours focused on delivering an in-depth understanding of cyber security risks and practical mitigation strategies.

Format: Delivered online, this Group Internet-Based setting promotes dynamic interaction among participants, facilitated by leading cyberspace experts.


Who Will Benefit:

  • IT professionals seeking to deepen their cyber security expertise.
  • Managers and decision-makers responsible for safeguarding organizational assets.
  • Anyone with a vested interest in understanding and combating cyber security risks.


Key Takeaways:

  • A solid grasp of the cyber security landscape and the evolving nature of digital threats.
  • Strategies for assessing and managing cyber security risks effectively within your organization.
  • Insights into the latest cyber security technologies and practices for enhanced protection.
  • Practical guidelines for developing a robust cyber security framework that aligns with your business objectives.


Webinar Features:

  • Insightful presentations from cyberspace experts with real-world experience in risk management.
  • Case studies and scenarios that illustrate the application of cyber security measures in various contexts.
  • Interactive discussions that encourage the exchange of ideas and solutions among participants.


Empower Your Cyber Security Stance: This workshop is your opportunity to elevate your cyber security knowledge and skills, positioning you as a key player in your organization's defense strategy.


Join us on this educational journey to demystify cyberspace risks, equipped with the information and tools necessary to confidently tackle digital threats. Together, we can foster a safer, more secure online environment for our organizations and communities.

  • Details on Event Presentation

    Offered every six weeks on Fridays at 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Central Time in two CPE-Credit event.

    We can schedule private events on your timetable for two or more attendees.

    NASBA Program Disclosure

    Program Level of Understanding: Basic

    Prerequisites: None

    Advance Preparation: None

    Delivery Format: Group Internet Based

    NASBA Field(s) of Study: Auditing, Information TechnologyCPE Credits: 2, based on 50 minutes of instruction per hour

  • CPE Event Highlights

    The purpose of this seminar is to provide each attendee with a high-level understanding of cyber security and the major fiduciary role that oversight must have and entity's responsibilities concerning:

    • What is cyber security?

    • Traditional information security vs. cyber security

    • Key principles of cyber security oversight

    • What is an effective cyber security plan?

    • Questions to ask Management about the cyber security plan.

    • Situational awareness

    • Strategy and operations

    • Insider cyberspace threats

    • Supply-chain and third party risks

    • Incident responses

    • After a cyber security incident

  • Learning Objectives

    What you will hear at this seminar:

    • Cyber-Risk Threats by the Numbers

    • Principles of cyber-risk oversight

    • Identify the key components of a cybersecurity plan

    • Example questions to ask management about the cybersecurity situation

  • Key Issues on the Agenda

    Section 1 - Executive Summary

    • What is cyber security and cyberspace?

    • Information security is complex.

    • Assume you will have a security breach.

    • Engage IT Audit and Security Leaders by asking good questions.

    Section 2 - Board Guidance - Tone at the Top

    • Cyber security and the Board of Directors

    • Is cyber security an audit committee responsibility?

    • Building an effective  cyber security plan.

    • Words of caution when dealing with risks.

    Section 3 - Questions the Board Asks Management

    • Situational awareness questions

    • Strategy and operations

    • Insider threats

    • Supply-Chain and Third-Party Risks

    • Designing an Incident Response

    • After a cyber security incident

    Section 4 - Sample Guidance

    • Top cyber security safety actions

    • Holistic cyber security

    • What is internal control?

    Section 5 - Moving Forward with a Response

    • What are the contents of an Information Security Program?

    • How do you investigate an event?

    • Who needs to be notified of an event?

  • Summary of the Subject Matter

    This CPE event "Understanding Cyber Security Risks" provides an in-depth exploration of the complex landscape of cyber security threats and risks facing organizations today.

    Attendees can expect to gain comprehensive knowledge and practical insights into identifying, assessing, and mitigating cyber security risks. The event covers essential topics such as threat intelligence, vulnerability management, incident response, and regulatory compliance related to cyber security.

    By attending this event, participants can enhance their understanding of emerging cyber security threats and best practices for building robust cyber security strategies to safeguard their organizations.

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