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Technology Threats and Resilience – Cybercrime *new*
3rd December 2019 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm GMT
One event on 3rd December 2019 at 9:00 am
High-profile tech issues are always in the news – a business being hacked, a company being stopped in its tracks because it is under attack, or somebody coming to harm because of a ‘fake’ or stolen identity. This course will help you better understand Cybercrime and about the IT controls that should be in place to help protect your organisation.
Who should attend?
All are welcome to attend – including internal auditors who don’t have any specialist IT Auditing skills.
What will I learn?
Upon completion you will:
- Understand more about the current nature of cyber-threats; and
- Know more about how the organisation can and should defend itself.
The course is accompanied by a manual that has full course text and useful guidance.
Cybercrime – the current situation
- Where do cyber-attacks come from?
- Who and what is being targeted?
- What type of attacks are taking place?
- Won’t our security software solve the problem?
Cybercrime – what should the organisation be doing?
- I’m not a specialist or IT techie, what do I need to know?
- Are there standards such as ISO that would fix the problem?
- What others say: SANS – the basics and more
- What added defences do we need?
- Testing: Best practice
- Best practice: vulnerability detection
- Patching and vulnerability correction: Best practice
- Best practice: change management
- Resilience and recovery: Best practice
Cybercrime – what next?
- What should my organisation track or follow?
- What can we do if we are breached?
- What must we do if we are breached?
- Is it all a responsibility of the IT Function?
- How can I go about auditing this area?
Presented by: Mindgrove Ltd
Duration: One day
All the courses in this section are created, designed and presented by the staff of Mindgrove UK.