In today’s world and more in the digital online future, all organizations – small and large and especially regulated industries – face an ever-increasing number of information-related security challenges and risks against a backdrop of increasing national and global compliance and audit standards and legislation.
Cybersecurity is the protection of data from theft and damage, business information, people’s identities, and how all businesses can be better equipped to work more safely in an increasingly online world where sensitive and personal information is stored, shared, and communicated.
Cybercrime are offences that are committed against individuals or groups with a criminal motive to intentionally harm the reputation of the victim or cause physical or mental harm or loss using modern telecommunication networks such as Internet (chat rooms, emails, notice boards and groups) and mobile phones (messaging).
This course covers effective strategies, techniques, systems, polices, and procedures to establish stronger cybersecurity and cybercrime controls, reduce operational risk, and improve online working whilst covering international best practices, ISO standards, compliance, audit, and industry regulations.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Review and understand how the banking sector can take into account national Government and industry body cybersecurity/cybercrime initiatives and how personnel including legal and compliance, risk managers, internal auditors, IT can monitor, protect and manage internal controls
- Identify today’s and tomorrow’s cybersecurity and cybercrime threats, issues, and risks; how to set up policies, train users, create strategies, and implement systems and tools to help protect data, information and people’s identities – making online working more secure
- Manage the growing volume of confidential, sensitive and business information and data to protect, keep safe, and communicate securely against a backdrop of increasing cyber threats, as well as privacy, legal, and compliance regulations
- Meet international standards, legal, compliance, e-discovery, information security (ISO27001), records management (ISO 15489), US SEC and other industry standards related to cyber security and information compliance
Suggested Prerequisites: None
Program Level: Foundational
Advance Preparation: None
Computers and Financial Calculators: N/A
Recommended CPE Credits:14
Duration: 2 days