Survey after survey report cybersecurity as the #1 concern for boards and a significant challenge for senior leadership. CyberVista’s Cyber Risk Program helps boards and executives, individually and as a leadership team, get up to speed on enterprise-wide cyber risk issues so they can confidently make informed risk decisions for their organizations.
The onsite program delivers 20+ topics during a 90 minute session while the digital program serves as a comprehensive resource with the same core topics covered in under 2 hours. Covering everything from cyber’s role in M&A to CISO evaluation, senior leaders can use this program not just to help oversee cyber risk and but also to meet compliance requirements.Either the onsite or digital program can be coupled with added in person sessions to enhance the learning such as a Simulated Breach Exercise or a Cyber Risk Deep Dive.
Light Board Technology: The digital version of this course features light board technology. It’s like a glass chalkboard pumped full of light so the writing glows while the instructor looks into the camera. This isn’t death by PowerPoint or a tired classroom lecture.
Designed to work around busy schedules while still delivering the highest quality material, executives can complete the core learning modules within this course in under two hours with added resources such as a glossary, white papers, expert interviews, and a monthly news recap and perspective.
This program is designed for experienced business and organizational leaders. The program covers a wide range of cybersecurity topics related to cyber risk. This credential is well-suited for those in or aspiring to the following positions:
|Chief Executive Officer||Chief Technology Officer|
|Chief Financial Officer||Chief Information Officer|
|Chief Revenue Officer||Chief Marketing Officer|
|General Counsel||Corporate Secretaries|
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|Introduction||Welcome||An Introduction to Resolve|
|Welcome||What is Cyber Risk?|
|Threats||Threats to Industry|
|Threats||The Ever-Trusting Human|
|Vulnerabilities||The Value of Data|
|Vulnerabilities||Cyber Attack Surface|
|Impacts||Enterprise Risk Techniques, Categories & Impacts|
|Impacts||Impact Costs and Trends|
|Monitor||Overview||Monitor Unit Overview|
|People||Driving a Culture of Cyber Resilience|
|People||Empowering Cybersecurity Leadership|
|People||Building a Cyber Workforce|
|Process||Scoring Cyber Risk|
|Process||Establishing Effective Response Plans|
|Process||Auditing & Benchmarking Cyber Risk|
|Technology||Technology Strategy & Maximizing Effectiveness|
|Environment||Monitoring Your Threat Environment|
|Environment||Monitoring Your Legal/Regulatory Environments|
|React||Overview||React Unit Overview|
|Leading Through Crises||Enterprise Risk Considerations|
|Leading Through Crises||The Essential Breached Checklist|
|Conclusion||Closing Remarks||Cyber Risk: Leveraging Prepare, Monitor, React|
Participants within this program will achieve the following objectives:
Nick Sanna, President of the FAIR Institute
Our Cyber Governance Framework provides a structured approach for senior leaders to view and manage cyber risk. Our framework is the deliberate combination of familiar enterprise risk management processes and recognized cybersecurity frameworks, such as NIST-CSF. Likewise, this program also adheres to the FAIR standard, the only international standard Value at Risk (VaR) model for quantifying cybersecurity and operational risk.
Our approach simplifies cyber risk concepts across three main units: Prepare, Monitor, and React. Our training is deliberately sequenced in a manner that scaffolds the learning process, making cyber risk issues easier to comprehend, govern, and manage.
PREPARE / Assess Cyber Risk: We provide engaging content that helps leadership identify relevant cyber risk scenarios and measure the amount of risk associated with each.
MONITOR / Maintain Cybersecurity Controls: This unit empowers senior leaders to implement effective controls that help manage cyber risk across people, process, technology, and environment.
REACT / Respond to a Crisis: By centrally focusing decisions around enterprise risk themes and actions, this unit acts as a construct when navigating and planning for management of a cybersecurity crisis from the executive perspective.
If you are interested in training for a public organization, agency, or government contractor, please review our Government Program. We can offer special government pricing on all courses.
“After going through this program, I can go back to my boards and really engage at a different level.”
Robert Patterson, Co-Founder & CEO at Diogenes-FG