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3.50 CPE Hours (Category 1, Category 2, Category 3, Category 4Category 5, Others)
Classroom

NOTE: This course will be delivered via live webinar in Jun 2021. 


Programme Objective
 
Cyber-attacks are on the rise as proprietary or financial data is highly valuable. These ever-growing persistent threats have led various companies to treat cybersecurity as a risk that needs to be actively managed, rather than just a technology issue. With that, Singapore has passed the first dedicated cybersecurity framework which acknowledges the reality that breached infrastructure affects everyone in 2018.
 
Cybersecurity risk is an essential consideration in every financial statements audit. On 1st June 2018, ISCA launched a publication titled ‘Cybersecurity Risk Considerations in a Financial Statements Audit” to provide a guide for auditors on assessing cybersecurity risk in a financial statements audit.
 
The objective of this programme is for auditors to have a basic understanding of the different cyber security risks and best practices. This is to allow the auditors to have the ability to perform high level assessment of their client’s cyber security maturity to handle any security event. This course will also cover how cybersecurity risk considerations can be incorporated as part of risk assessment during audit planning, as well as the appropriate audit responses to the cybersecurity risk identified.

Programme Outline

 

 
Outline
Duration (hrs) / Competency Category
  • Security landscape for the different industries in Singapore
  • Singapore Cybersecurity Law and other regulations
  • Components that makes up the Cybersecurity assessment framework
  • Best Practices for Cybersecurity
  • Skillsets of a Cybersecurity Professional
2.0 (Others)
  • Cybersecurity Risk Consideration and Assessment
  • Audit Responses to Identified Cybersecurity Risk and Cyber Attacks
1.5 (Cat 3)

 
Training Methodology
 
Lecture with case studies
 
Closing Date for Registration 

1 Week before Programme or Until Full Enrolment
 

Intended For

Foundational programme intended for External Auditors and Internal Auditors.

Schedule & Fees

Testimonial

Funding

No funding Available!

Programme Facilitator(s)

NOTE: This course will be delivered via live webinar in Jun 2021. 


Programme Objective
 
Cyber-attacks are on the rise as proprietary or financial data is highly valuable. These ever-growing persistent threats have led various companies to treat cybersecurity as a risk that needs to be actively managed, rather than just a technology issue. With that, Singapore has passed the first dedicated cybersecurity framework which acknowledges the reality that breached infrastructure affects everyone in 2018.
 
Cybersecurity risk is an essential consideration in every financial statements audit. On 1st June 2018, ISCA launched a publication titled ‘Cybersecurity Risk Considerations in a Financial Statements Audit” to provide a guide for auditors on assessing cybersecurity risk in a financial statements audit.
 
The objective of this programme is for auditors to have a basic understanding of the different cyber security risks and best practices. This is to allow the auditors to have the ability to perform high level assessment of their client’s cyber security maturity to handle any security event. This course will also cover how cybersecurity risk considerations can be incorporated as part of risk assessment during audit planning, as well as the appropriate audit responses to the cybersecurity risk identified.

Programme Outline

 

 
Outline
Duration (hrs) / Competency Category
  • Security landscape for the different industries in Singapore
  • Singapore Cybersecurity Law and other regulations
  • Components that makes up the Cybersecurity assessment framework
  • Best Practices for Cybersecurity
  • Skillsets of a Cybersecurity Professional
2.0 (Others)
  • Cybersecurity Risk Consideration and Assessment
  • Audit Responses to Identified Cybersecurity Risk and Cyber Attacks
1.5 (Cat 3)

 
Training Methodology
 
Lecture with case studies
 
Closing Date for Registration 

1 Week before Programme or Until Full Enrolment
 

Intended For

Foundational programme intended for External Auditors and Internal Auditors.

Programme Facilitator(s)


No course instances or course instance sessions available.