This course covers how to design, maintain and assess the effectiveness of cybersecurity programs, what controls are needed, where the controls should be positioned, and how to perform substantive tests to assess the controls’ reasonable effectiveness.
You should attend because cybersecurity risks have increased substantially and the IIA has issued advisories stating that all internal auditors must have sufficient knowledge of key information technology risks and controls.
Financial, operational, business applications, IT and external auditors; quality assurance personnel; audit managers and directors; and systems analysts.
You will learn how to conduct and evaluate vulnerability assessments and cybersecurity programs.
Cybersecurity Risk Assessment:
Conducting A Cybersecurity Program Assessment based on the Top 20 Controls Identified in CIS Critical Security Controls V7
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