Webinar: Developing a Cyber Strategy March

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Due to the fact that cyber risks are increasing in sophistication, frequency, and persistence, the G7 (Group of Seven) established a cyber expert group to develop the “Cyber Fundamentals” guidance for business leaders.

Now supported by international regulatory bodies and nation states these fundamental elements are designed for entities to tailor to their specific operational, threat landscape, legal and regulatory requirements.

The elements serve as the building blocks upon which an entity can design and implement its cybersecurity strategy and operating framework, informed by its approach to risk management and culture.

“Ideally as part of an enterprise risk management program, entities should evaluate the inherent cyber risk (or the risk absent any compensating controls) presented by the people, processes, technology, and underlying data that support each identified function, activity, product, and service. Entities should then identify and assess the existence and effectiveness of controls to protect against the identified risk to arrive at the residual cyber risk.” G7 Cyber Task Force

CyberPrism is the only cyber assessment tool in the world that can calculate the inherent cyber risk and residual cyber risk of an organisation.

Join us for a live webinar on March 11th 2019

New York 09:00 * London 14:00 * Abu Dhabi 17:00

Paul C Dwyer CEO of Cyber Risk International will outline the G7 cyber fundamentals and the benefits an organisation gains from implementing this foundation. He will also outline utilising a case study of how the award winning CyberPrism methodology and software can be used by organisations to perform cyber assessments and support the cyber ERM (Enterprise Risk Management) function.

This webinar will be followed by an interactive Q&A session.

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-CIO / IT Director
-Senior Executives Responsible for Managing Cyber Risk and Compliance

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