Managing Cyber Risk
The course provides a broad understanding of the fundamentals of risk management and applies them to the cybersecurity and digital risk management environments. Course addresses methodologies for comparing digital risks and deciding between acceptance, mitigation, risk transfer, and avoidance. The course compares popular methodologies for quantifying, comparing, and categorizing digital risks, including Risk and Control Self-Assessment (RCSA), Risk Appetite Statement (RAS), Risk Tolerance metrics, Three Line Defense Model, Risk Register, Third-Party Risk Management and quantitative methodologies for evaluating cost-benefit associated with mitigative investments.
You will have 90 days from your date of enrollment to complete the course.
You will understand cybersecurity threats, risk assessment methodologies, sufficiency standards, and risk management options.
You will understand corporate risk management functions, best practice organizational models, and management tools in common use.
You will understand the importance of cybersecurity and risk management practices and why each must be integrated with data protection processes.