Don’t let your suppliers threaten your cyber security!
‘Managing 3rd party cyber risk’ is a brand new online course from the portfolio of Business Reporter, the organiser of The European Information Security Summit 2017 (TEISS).
Most organisations work with dozens of third parties, giving them access to IT systems, data, or their premises. This access represents a major cyber risk and needs to be carefully managed.
Do you know how?
Join this online course for an introductory price of just £249 + VAT and learn how to manage the cyber security risks that suppliers, consultants, professional advisors, temporary staff and other third parties pose to your organisation.
This course is designed to take a full day but can easily be spread over 4 or more days and will help to:
• Identify the risks posed by third parties and understand why they occur.
• Prioritise the risks from third parties in order to focus effort effectively on the most dangerous risks.
• Manage the risks from third parties through mitigation, transfer, and avoidance.
After the course, you will also be able to test your knowledge and understanding with number of exercises and quizzes.
Find out the best ways to identify and manage the cyber risk that comes from your suppliers and other 3rd parties and take this course now or contact Lace on 020 8349 6458 or email email@example.com to find out more information about this.
This course normally takes around 8 hours to complete and you can use it for your Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
If you would prefer a more interactive version of this course, we also run a full day workshop with professional training from Ian Grey of Wadiff Consulting, a lead auditor for ISO 27001, and Jeremy Swinfen Green, award winning author and cyber security expert from our TEISS community.
Who should attend?
Information security, information technology, procurement, human resources, governance, and senior management professionals