Cybersecurity: What Every Auditor Needs to Know - ASN740WEB

Cybersecurity: What Internal Auditor Needs to Know ASN740WEB

Cybersecurity: What Every Auditor Needs to Know - ASN740WEB
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Cybersecurity: What Every Auditor Needs to Know - ASN740WEB

Overview

This webinar covers strategies to help avoid devastating harm to the organization’s reputation from security attacks and breaches. It is designed to help all auditors and audit management meet today’s new challenges and provide assurance that IT risks are being adequately addressed. Presented in straightforward language, this briefing will provide you with a comfortable knowledge of IT terms and concepts and help you establish a strategic response to cybersecurity risks.


Who Should Attend

Operational, financial and IT auditors, business managers, compliance and risk management professionals.


Prerequisites

  • None

What You’ll Learn

You will learn about cyber threats, risks and exposures, recent cyberattacks and how they were carried out, common hacker techniques, and key control areas and resources to help us protect our organizations.


Objectives

    • Multi-factor Authentication
    • Social Engineering s
    • Malware / Ransomware
    • Patch Management
    • Privileged Access
    • Log Management / IDS / IPS:
      • Vulnerability Assessments s
      • Encryption of Sensitive Information
      • Vendors & Contactor
      • Web Application Server t
    • Inventory of Hardware / Software

Why You Should Attend

You should attend because internal auditors must have sufficient knowledge of key IT risks and controls, including the high risk of cybersecurity breaches.

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