CYBER SECURITY RISK AND STRATEGY
Why study Cyber Security Risk and Strategy
You might have heard it before: cyber security is everyone’s responsibility. According to the Australian government, cyber attacks cost Australian individuals and businesses $29 billion in 2019. You really don’t want to be part of that statistic. There’s never been a more crucial time to upskill in cyber security.
What you'll learn
Risk mitigation strategies, NIST CSF, measuring cyber crime impact, regulatory frameworks, cyber attack life cycle, risk management frameworks, incident response planning, managing disclosure, security engineering, cloud security and basic security training, stakeholder management.
How it works
This is one of the few courses that tackles cyber crime from a strategic perspective. There’s no technical or IT knowledge required. You will be working on how to prepare a cyber security strategy, how to champion and own it and how to communicate this back to your business.
We have built this course in collaboration with leading cyber security experts from Palo Alto Networks and NAB. It runs entirely online and over six weeks so you can fit it in and around your work and life schedule.
Who should attend?(Level 2) Supervisors, Executive, & Emerging Managers
(Level 3) New Managers
(Level 4) Managers
(Level 5) Senior Managers & Directors
(Level 6) C-Suite
Programme leaderRMIT Instructors
|Programme Fee||Amount (including 7% GST)||Remarks|
|Non-Member Total Fee||$1,440.00||-|
|RMIT Alumni Total Fee||$1,224.00||-|
Learning mode: Self-paced learning
Enquiries : Angel Tan - 62489437 | 62466746, email@example.com