Become the champion of cyber security in your organisation. Rapidly acquire the skills and knowledge to tackle cyber threats and attacks.
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What you’ll learn
Cyber Security for Directors
Online, self paced
What delegates say about our courses:
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What you will learn
Bring your knowledge of cyber security to the next level with this in depth insight into common threats and vulnerabilities, how to prepare for them and how to respond.
Clearly understand the core concepts of cyber security and the steps to follow before and during an incident.
ain a deep understanding of different types of security threats and be in a position to identify your organisation’s vulnerabilities.
Learn how to prioritise cyber security activities to provide the best protection for your organisation.
Be clear about the first, second and third line defences of cyber security, and the commonly used standards for benchmarking.
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How you will apply your learning
You will confidently be able to answer the following questions:
Are senior management and the board aware of key risks related to cyber security?
Are IT processes designed and operating to detect cyber threats?
Do cyber security initiatives receive adequate support and priority?
Has management performed a risk assessment to identify assets susceptible to cyber threats or security breaches, and has the potential impact (financial and non-financial) been assessed?
Are cyber security policies and procedures in place, and do employees and contractors receive cyber security awareness training on a periodic basis, and can such training be evidenced?
Are feedback mechanisms operating to give senior management and the board insight into the status of the organisation’s cyber security programmes?
Who will be teaching the course?
Eoghan works with organisations in the public and private sector to help them better understand their cyber security needs, strengthen cyber defences, and obtain assurance that the measures in place are effective. He has experience in working with organisations to help them address cyber security concerns, including getting the governance structures right, establishing a strategic approach to cyber security then turning strategy into action, and understanding what technical solutions are available and appropriate. He is an experienced consultant, with over 15 years working with organisations of different sizes, across different sectors, in over 30 countries in five continents. The theme across his career to date has been to bring structure and clarity to complex problems.