Cybersecurity Workshop

    IT & Information Security Management Education

    Information has become a key resource for all organisations.
    On one hand, the operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) that support information are increasingly advanced, pervasive and connected but on the other hand, the organisations are facing increased attacks.
     
    These destructive assaults against financial, retail, and energy providers amongst others indicate a need for renewed dedication to Cybersecurity. Organisations recognise this challenge, but need help charting a roadmap to protect thei assets. Answering to this need is at the core of our Cybersecurity module.

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    Practicalities

    English

    1 day/week (evening class)

    Every Monday, from October to December 2019

    2500 €
    (VAT. excl.)

    Discounts apply for multiple registration

    What will you learn

    Our objectives for you are to:

    Master the use of relevant bodies of knowledge such as best practices and latest defense frameworks in cybersecurity
    Become familiar with the latest attack patterns and counter-measures including predictive analytics and machine learning as preventive and detective tools

    Gain hands-on experience with Cybersecurity Core Functions (NIST and CSF)

    Acquire robust knowledge towards implementing an end-to-end cybersecurity defense model at participant's company

    Apply company-specific cybersecurity governance to ensure decision and control bodies are in place

     

    Understand the fundamentals of Cybersecurity

    Sessions

    Learning objectives

    Introduction to the module Remind S3 organisation, objectives and deliverables, including workshops
    First Core Function: Identify Understand the global cyber landscape and the associated cybersecurity risk, develop the organisational understanding in order to manage cybersecurity risks to systems, assets, data, and capabilities
    Second Core Function: Protect Master relevant bodies of knowledge: NIST, Nexus, COBIT 5 and learn cyber resilience models and technologies
    Third Core Function: Detect Develop and implement the appropriate activities to identify the occurrence of a cybersecurity event
    Fourth Core Function: Respond Develop and implement the appropriate activities to take action on a detected cybersecurity event
    Fifth Core Function: Recover
    Awareness campaigns, crisis communication in case of cyber-attack
    Develop and implement the appropriate activities to maintain plans for resilience and to restore impaired capabilities
    The module is concluded by an assessment (multiple choice questionnaire, short assignment, workshop, report writing and/or presentation before a panel jury) to validate its completion.

    Topic Leader
    Sandro Sinigaglia

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    As a Topic Leader, Sandro provides participants with cybersecurity managerial education, including insights concerning the latest frameworks, best practices, modus operandi and techniques in the field.

    He has recognised expertise in Information Security, Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment and Governance as well as Anti-Fraud Techniques.

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