How to Define-and-Deliver an Effective Cyber Security Risk Management StrategyJuly 18th, 2013 by James Warren
In our recent Boardroom Cyber Watch Survey, almost 75% of respondents say their customers prefer to deal with suppliers with proven IT security credentials. And 50% say customers have enquired about their company’s security measures in the past 12 months.
Companies are not ignorant of cyber security risks: 77% of bosses told us their organisation has a method for detecting and reporting attacks or incidents. However, in the boardroom, many companies still appear too removed from the action for directors to meet their governance obligations.
How to Define-and-Deliver an Effective Cyber Security Risk Management Strategy
IT Governance has developed two new products designed to enable organisations to define and deliver effective cyber security:
- The ‘Managing Cyber Security Risk Training Course’ provides those responsible for cyber security risk management with the knowledge and practical skills to develop and deploy effective cyber security risk management strategies, to protect their organisations in cyber space. It is also the world’s first accredited cyber security qualification!
- The ‘Cyber Security Governance & Risk Management Toolkit’, which will help you to make an enormous leap forward by consolidating five separate approaches into a single, comprehensive, robust framework.
The development of the course and the toolkit comes from years of internal expertise in implementing ISO 27001, the internationally recognised best practice standard for information security – and many other management system standards.
The Managing Cyber Security Risk Training Course and the Cyber Security Governance & Risk Management Toolkit, work alongside each other in perfect harmony and when purchased together, you will have the skills and the tools to define-and-deliver an effective cyber security risk management strategy.
Don’t delay – the course will be sold out well in advance, Book today!