Cyber threats come in all shapes, sizes, complexity and are ever-evolving. Attacks are causing great financial loss and serious damage to companies. There is not a simple one-size-fits all way to respond. Each organization must work to effectively mitigate the risk of data breaches. It is essential for each organization to establish a baseline for identify critical components that must be incorporated into any cybersecurity risk management approach. Professionals working in firms or entities will learn how to keep abreast of the latest cybersecurity trends, manage risks, and ensure the right level of governance to safeguard their organization.
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Recall the elements of an effective cybersecurity risk management program and identify the need for such a program in today's environment Distinguish between the various cybersecurity controls frameworks available Recognize inherent risks related to cybersecurity operations Identify cybersecurity risk governance structure Identify cybersecurity controls (prevention, detection, recovery) and other risk management activities Recognize processes for ongoing monitoring of cybersecurity threats Recall foundational practice management elements
Introduction of cybersecurity risks to businesses and firms Overview of different cybersecurity controls frameworks (i.e., NIST, ISO, COBIT, etc.) Cybersecurity risk governance structure Elements of a cybersecurity risk management program Cybersecurity training and education Foundational practice management elements