“What every board needs to know in 2022! An executive
briefing developed specifically for the business leaders of the financial
sector and delivered by one of the world’s foremost experts on cyber security,
risk and privacy”
About This Briefing
May include an extra fee
Released on January 21st
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CYBER RISK LEADERSHIP BRIEFING - OVERVIEW
What Does The Briefing Cover?
This non-technical business focused briefing provides an
overview and clarity for leadership in relation to the status of the global
cyber risk landscape and its potential impact on their organisation. Understand
the relationship and various objectives of cyber threat actors. Gain an
appreciation of the relationship between geopolitics and malefactors.
Contextually review the dynamic cyber risk impacts in relation to Covid. Highlight the complexities of the increasing burden of regulatory and legal legislation in relation to cyber security and privacy. Walk through the anatomy of an attack on an organization. Outline the challenge and complexities with developing an appropriate cyber strategy that can empower the organization to deliver on its key objectives.
Highlight the benefits from aligning an appropriate cyber strategy with the business strategy of their organization and how to empower leadership with meaningful metrics. Understand the role of leadership in meeting the cyber challenge today and leveraging the guidance from the G7. This briefing concludes with an overview of the importance of cyber resilience and an outline of 10 key actions the organizations can embrace in relation to assurance of their cyber resilience status.
The Underground Economy of Cybercrime
The Fifth Domain
• Cyberwarfare • Blurred Lines
The Cyber Risk Impact
Cyber Kill Chain • Understanding the Anatomy of an Attack
Developing a Cyber
CRQ Cyber Risk Quantification
• Meaningful Metrics
Cyber Governance and Oversight
• The Role of Leaders
Understand the G7 Cyber
• Fundamentals for Leaders
• 10 Key Actions
The Briefing is For?
- CISO/CSO/CIO or CRO
- Head of IT/Security
- CCO Chief Compliance Officer
- Cyber Security/Risk/Compliance Teams
- Head of Business Units
- Technology Leaders / Project Managers
- Management Professionals / Team Leaders
- Digital Consultants
How Do I Access the Briefing?
What Support Do I Get?
- President of the ICTTF International Cyber Threat Task Force
- Co Chairman of the UK NCA National Crime Agency Industry Group
- Advisor to NaCTSO (National Counter Terrorism Security Office)
- Advisor to NATO on Countering Hybrid Cyber Threats
- Advisor to UK Defence Committee DEFCOM in Parliament
- Deputy Chair – Organised Crime Task Force Industry Group – NI
- Interim Global CISO for numerous multi national organisations
- Advisor to numerous governments and intelligence agencies
How Do I Get Certified?
Do I need to have a Cyber Security Background?
How Do I Recertify?
What is the Briefing Format?
HD 1920 x 2018
Subtitle Captions (English)
What is the Pass Mark and How Does the Scoring Work?
What are the CRLB Key Dates and Times?
What is the Cancellation Policy?
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