Given how quickly technology is evolving today's businesses, information risk management is crucial. Organizations of all sizes, small and large, need to be aware that the present cyber dangers might turn them into a valuable target for attackers. An attack might happen to even the largest business with a sizable consumer base. A cyberattack on an unprepared company could result in data loss, financial impact, harm to the brand's reputation, and employee morale loss. Installing antivirus software alone is no longer sufficient to stop attacks. One facet of risk management is antivirus.
Organizations must create and implement a risk management strategy to reduce the risks that are unique to their industry and get rid of the possibility of cyberattacks.
By the end of the course, there is a project. There is a provided template used to assess cyber security risks. You need to use this template to create at least 5 cyber security risks related to your organization. Assess the potentiality and impact of these risks, then calculate the score using a risk matrix. You then have to score the residual risks after creating a risk treatment plan.
The matrix of risks is found in the file, the file also have pre-populated set of risks that you can use as a reference to create your organization specific risks.
Define risk management best practices tailored for information security
Learn how to conform to the standards of an Information Security Management System (ISMS), as required by ISO/IEC 27001
Identify and assess cyber security risk
Understand risk likelihood and the consequences for the business
Establish a priority order for risk treatment
Create an effective risk treatment and monitoring plan
No prior experience in risk management is required
The course starts with essential concepts of cyber risk management