How do you reduce cyber risk without increasing the budget?
We have trained over 250 organizations including:
Criminals are leveraging the connectivity of the Internet to actively engage in corporate espionage and steal intellectual property, engineering designs, customer sensitive data as well as other confidential business and financial information.
When it comes to raising IT and cyber budgets, accounting and finance professionals are increasingly being asked to referee and opine on cybersecurity spending. There is a way to reduce the risk exposure but simply opening the purse strings and increasing the budget is not the solution. For example, a leading international bank, despite spending over $500 million annually on cybersecurity, suffered a major data breach.
“Over-emphasis on technological (as opposed to management, behavioural and cultural) aspects weakens cyber defensive capabilities.”
Bank of England and FCA - 2015
Cyber Managements Alliance’s one-day, immersive session will equip attendees with practical knowledge about cyber risk, attacks, and their real-world effect on brand reputation and the financial impact on business.
In this session, attendees will understand:
This course will enable you to prepare a defined and managed approach when responding to a data breach or attack of an information asset. The content is intended for senior management and business executives who wish to gain a better understanding of cybersecurity and the real threats to their organisation.
This is not a technical course, therefore, there are no prerequisites. This training is available as a one-day, internal workshop.
This course is based on Cyber Management Alliance’s CSPE Course. The CSPE course, Amar Singh - its trainer and Cyber Management Alliance have been awarded the UK Government’s GCHQ-Certified training accreditation, or GCT.
Furthermore, Cyber Management Alliance is approved by APMG, the only certification body licensed and approved by GHCQ to deliver this scheme.
This is an awareness-level programme intended for those who would like to gain a better understanding of information risk, cyber-attacks and how to protect their businesses against cyber criminals.
Interactive and immersive discussion with a highly-skilled practitioner.
Duration: One Day
Amar Singh is a GCHQ-Certifed Cybersecurity Trainer. Amar has a long history and experience in data privacy and information security training. He has served as CISO for various companies, including News International (now News UK), SABMiller, Gala Coral, Euromoney and Elsevier. Amongst various other activities, Amar is a Global Chief Information Security Officer and Trusted Advisor to a number of organisations including a FTSE100 firm, and is chair of the ISACA UK Security Advisory Group. He also founded the not-for-profit cybersecurity service for charities, Give01Day and is an Executive to the Board of the National MBA in Cyber Security.
Amar has the highest integrity, has been trusted by FTSE100 companies with some of the most sensitive commercial information and has been involved with highly sensitive forensic investigations.
He has the ability to deal with both technically-astute, board-level executives and lead an organisation's information security direction. Apart from his experience and abilities, Amar holds a number of industry-recognised certifications, such as the ISO 27001 Certified ISMS Lead Implementer, MoR, CRISC and CISSP certification.
Amar is an industry-acknowledged expert and public speaker and is regularly invited to speak and share his insights by some of the largest and most respected organisations in the world including The BBC, The Economist’s Intelligence Unit, The Financial Times, SC Magazine, InfoSec Magazine, Computer Weekly, The Register and the AlJazeera English Channel.
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