Cyber risk and security, top the international agenda as high-profile breaches raise fears that hack attacks and other security failures could endanger the global economy. Cyber security is one of the most urgent issues of the day. Computer networks have always been the target of criminals, and it is likely that the danger of cyber security breaches will only increase in the future as these networks expand, but there are sensible precautions that organizations can take to minimize losses from those who seek to do harm.
Our Trainers are of an international publication on the subject, we have designed this workshop keeping in mind the various common cyber threats and how an auditor performs the role of auditing cyber security. We will be sharing our practical experience of designing information technology risk grading methods and assessing information technology risks for various institutions.
Check yourself whether you need to attend his workshop by looking at the following questions.
- Do you feel that your organisation is technology dependant and the technology infrastructure has been kept outside the scope of standard control mechanism like audit or there is scope of improvement of the audit function?
- Do you recognise the need of a standardised framework for information technology risk assessment?
- Do you feel that vulnerability testing would be a key function for security auditing?
- Do you audit the business continuity function of the organisation?
So join us on 21st & 22nd June 2021 @ Central African Time (GMT +2) 9:00am – 03:30pm and gain extreme insight on his otherwise complex subject. You also get 10 CPE hours recognised by NASBA which not only takes care of CPE requirement but also underlines the quality control process that the course has gone through.
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