As organizations across various industries embark on their digital transformation journey, they are also exposing themselves to risks online.
Keeping up with these evolving cyber risks is essential.
Not being kept up–to date with evolving threats and associated cyber risks will put companies at risk with cybercriminals and regulators alike.
The first step companies can protect themselves is to gain an understanding of these cyber risks.
Companies should as early as possible cultivate a culture of cyber awareness within their organizations.
1. Overview of Key Risks faced in the Financial Sector
2. Evolving Cyber Security Landscape
3. History of Cyber Attacks on Financial Institutions
4. Power of Technologies on Cyber Risks
5. Key Terminologies
6. Cybersecurity Controls
7. Overview of Cybersecurity Program
8. Regulatory Compliance
9. Commonly Used Frameworks and Standards
Participants, through this training, will
Be equipped with the knowledge of cyber threat and cyber-attacks trends and view across the globe and in the financial sector
Understand how new technologies are increasing the cyber risks and used as countermeasures against cyber risks.
Learn to articulate concepts of TVRA and its relevance for the cybersecurity program
Understand how critical technologies can be harnessed for cybersecurity management
Appreciate the relevant regulatory compliance requirements and the commonly adopted frameworks and standards for cybersecurity
Who should attend
Managers, business and operations heads of department or any professionals with cyber risk management responsibility
Who is eligible
This programme is recognized under the Financial Training Scheme (FTS) and is eligible for FTS claims subject to all eligibility criteria being met.
The FTS is available to eligible entities based on the prevalent funding eligibility, quantum, and caps. FTS claims may only be made for recognized programmes with a specified validity period.
When (2 runs left in 2020)
Course duration : 1 day (9am to 5pm)
Date : 23rd Oct 2020 and 3rd Dec 2020
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