Technology Risk

Solutions to Building a Positive Cyber Risk Culture and Management

2 DAY COURSE

Course Information

  • Date(s): November 13, 2019
  • Location: London
  • Led By: Andrew Rice
  • Type: Course
  • Length: 2 Days
  • Level: Leadership
  • Level: Subject Matter Expert

About this Course

The cost of Cyber Crime to the UK was estimated at £27 billion by the cabinet office in 2011. In 2012 one London based business lost £800 million alone. One SME lost £1million in one month and nearly closed due to the losses. Proposed fines of £183 and £99 million have been made by the Information Commissioner’s Office. Whilst these figures are headline grabbing and can be open to interpretation, it can be seen that Cyber Crime and fines for Cyber Breaches are a significant risk to any business.

Cyber Security is often portrayed as complicated and difficult. This course demystifies Cyber Security as a business risk to be managed and how to build a culture that understands and addresses the threats to their information from cyber attack. This two day course will provide you with comprehensive and practical tools to apply in your day to day role as a specialist across cyber risk.

Without a strong Cyber Security Culture, management of Cyber Risk will be challenging.

Learning outcomes:

  • Culture: The FCA regulator has identified cyber risks as “a threat to consumers and markets”. We will examine the definition of Cyber Risk Culture and the link between firm values, attitudes and belief. We will explore the relationship between Risk Culture and Cyber Protection.
  • Barriers to creating a positive cyber risk culture: Through practical discussion we will identify present firm wide barriers to creating and fostering a positive cyber risk culture.
  • Solutions & Ideas: Using a group think approach to generate ideas and solutions to creating a positive cyber risk culture and management framework.
  • Modelling best practice cyber risk management: workshop-based exercise to focus on attainable improvements to cyber risk culture in your organisation.
  • Cyber Risk Modelling:  How to understand the business risk appetite to cyber threats and identifying which risks to prioritise

Who should attend:

  • Chief Risk Officers
  • Chief Information Security Officers
  • Any cyber security or cyber risk professionals who protect company information

Benefits of attending:

  • Learn how to embed a positive cyber risk culture within your organisation
  • Closely align the importance of cyber risk management with your organisation's strategy and values
  • Learn how to engage the staff within your organisation, from the board down, on matters of cyber protection.
  • Acquire new tools, techniques, methods for implementing best practice cyber risk management
  • Improve confidence through peer networking

Choose this course when:

  • Looking to improve cyber protection policies and procedures
  • Introducing new capabilities, methods and techniques
  • Developing learnt responses to critical situations
  • Improving knowledge & awareness around cyber risk management
  • Developing desired behaviours within culture
  • Applying robust controls and functions within their organisation
  • Improving organisation and team culture

Notes:

In order to have a successful cyber risk management program, it is essential that all people in a business understand their role in supporting that program.  A culture of cyber security appropriate to the risk appetite of the business underpins that success.  This is why this course first addresses that aspect before then helping attendees to have the tools necessary to create a cyber risk program aligned to their unique business needs.

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About the instructor

Andrew Rice

Andrew is a dynamic cyber risk management professional offering over 25 years’ experience leading comprehensive Information Security initiatives.  Proven technology leader who excels as a pivotal business partner and provides critical training and leadership to the executive team.  Andrew has been responsible for the protection of critical information for defence, legal, governments and global financial institutions.  A founder member of GCHQ's CLAS scheme and mentor to Cyber Security Partners, Officers and a champion of diversity in Cyber Security.

In-House Courses

Our courses can be delivered in-house and made bespoke to your company, business model, products and language. As your learning partner, we can help you every step of the way from engaging with multiple stakeholders and carrying out a learning needs analysis to confirming desired outcomes, solution design and delivery.

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Kieran_Maplesden

Kieran Maplesden
Managing Director


0203 800 1099
kieran.maplesden@thefourthline.co.uk

Fahim Miah

Fahim Miah
Head of Learning Solutions


0203 854 0591
fahim.miah@thefourthline.co.uk