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Cybersecurity Mini MBA Training Course

Cybersecurity continues to get top billing as the impact of cyber-attacks on organizations can be seen just about everywhere.

Cybersecurity has risen to prominence because society depends heavily on technology for interaction, commerce and industry. While technology has led to significant advances in these areas, particularly through the use of internet, it also has exposed organizations and individuals to a host of new risks resulting from attacks through digital interfaces.

These include, for example, denial-of-service (DoS) attacks on networks, data breaches on corporate and personal devices, and viruses that can cripple computer infrastructures.

Theft of corporate secrets, sabotage of systems in order to compromise services and systems integrity, and the copying of customer data to sell their identities on the dark web (in order to facilitate other crimes) are all examples of the kinds of acts that are perpetrated and can all result in harm to an enterprise which is dependent on digital technologies to conduct their business, and which are often custodians of people’s data and metadata about people.

From 2001 to 2020, the amount of damages caused by cybercrime reported to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) increased significantly. In the last reported period, the annual loss of complaints referred to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) amounted to $4.2 billion, up from $1 billion in 2015.

That’s a monster increase in cybercrime damage (and that’s just the reported incidents).

Cybersecurity professionals report that organizations can strengthen their cybersecurity systems by evaluating the effectiveness of current security measures by obtaining certification from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

It’s also a good idea to develop an infrastructure capable of providing enhanced security options for sensitive data and enterprise applications will allow employees to collaborate conveniently and securely — anytime, anywhere.

Perhaps most importantly, as cybersecurity threats continue to change, each company’s cybersecurity protection systems need to evolve with it. It is necessary to perform periodic assessments of staff readiness to identify areas of vulnerability and to assess if existing policies and training need to be modified.

Cybersecurity Mini MBA Training Course

Cybersecurity Mini MBA Training Course is a 5-day cybersecurity business essentials. Cybersecurity Mini MBA Training Course is a education program and career experience with key cybersecurity business and technology practices including technology, leadership, ethics, regulation and strategic marketing.

Now is the time to learn everything you can about protecting your business from this insidious enemy.

Program outlines:

  • Cybersecurity fundamentals
  • Cybersecurity Domains and Assets
  • Cybersecurity Threats
  • Common Attack Types and Attack Vectors
  • Cybersecurity Processes & Controls
  • Advanced Persistent Threats (APT)
  • Enterprise Risk of Successful APT Attack
  • The “Cyber Kill Chain”
  • Workshop

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