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7.50 CPE Hours (Category 1, Category 2, Category 3, Category 4, Others)
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Programme Objective
 
Fresh and Practical Insights Into the IT and Cyber Risk Landscape
 
Cyber crime, rapid adoption of new and disruptive technologies, and tougher regulatory requirements are placing huge demands on traditional IT risk management practices, tools and methods. At the same time, organisations are focused on managing new and persistent cyber risks to their business, while navigating a complex business environment.
 
Does your organisation look at technology in the wider context of enterprise cyber risk management?
 
Is there expanded flexibility around smart process design, effective resource alignment and use of automation to provide real value to the business?
 
Why IT and cyber risk management should be a priority for your organisation’s senior management and / or Board.
 
Join us at this practical course, where we will delve into these key topics and equip you with practical tips to navigate the changing landscape of cyber security.
 
Course Highlights
 

  • Explore new approaches to identifying, assessing and managing emerging technology and cyber security risks through real world examples and case studies
 
  • Gain insights into the management of cyber security risks including governance, human factors, information risks, business continuity and crisis management
 
  • Discover how companies are developing enterprise-wide approaches to manage risks arising from the ongoing and rapid adoption of new technologies

Programme Outline

Understanding technology risk in the wider context of enterprise cyber risk management
 
To manage cyber risk effectively, it is essential for organisations to understand and assess the impact of current and evolving technologies on the operational and transformational aspects of the business.
 
KPMG’s technology risk leaders will present global and regional insights on the approaches to incorporating technology dependencies and opportunities within broader enterprise risk frameworks.

Surviving and thriving in the new and evolving cyber risk universe
 
New priorities and ever increasing cyber-attacks require fresh approaches and updated cyber security controls and responses in order to manage new and evolving risks.
 
Discover best practices around developing enterprise-wide approaches to manage risks arising from the ongoing and rapid adoption of new technologies.
 
IT and cyber risk management: a focus and priority for senior management and executives
 
To safely guide business strategy in the context of a rapidly evolving risk environment, management must be equipped with the right information, and in a timely manner.
 
Get updates on the new and evolving metrics and reporting structures that have worked across a range of industries.
 
An improved assessment of risk appetite in balancing cyber risks and business returns
 
Companies are beginning to assess their IT and cyber risk appetites, and the potential impact on the business in a more relevant and accurate way. They are developing new solutions that are more efficient and effective to focus on protecting and managing critical IT assets and information.
Understand the importance of determining how much risk an organisation can accept without compromising the sought-after returns.
 
Training Methodology
 
Interactive classroom format, with case studies and exercises
 
Closing Date for Registration
 
1 week before programme or until full enrolment

Intended For

IT, internal audit, compliance, finance, operations, risk management professionals, and executives interested in technology and cyber risks.

Schedule & Fees

Testimonial

Funding

No funding Available!

Programme Facilitator(s)

Programme Objective
 
Fresh and Practical Insights Into the IT and Cyber Risk Landscape
 
Cyber crime, rapid adoption of new and disruptive technologies, and tougher regulatory requirements are placing huge demands on traditional IT risk management practices, tools and methods. At the same time, organisations are focused on managing new and persistent cyber risks to their business, while navigating a complex business environment.
 
Does your organisation look at technology in the wider context of enterprise cyber risk management?
 
Is there expanded flexibility around smart process design, effective resource alignment and use of automation to provide real value to the business?
 
Why IT and cyber risk management should be a priority for your organisation’s senior management and / or Board.
 
Join us at this practical course, where we will delve into these key topics and equip you with practical tips to navigate the changing landscape of cyber security.
 
Course Highlights
 

  • Explore new approaches to identifying, assessing and managing emerging technology and cyber security risks through real world examples and case studies
 
  • Gain insights into the management of cyber security risks including governance, human factors, information risks, business continuity and crisis management
 
  • Discover how companies are developing enterprise-wide approaches to manage risks arising from the ongoing and rapid adoption of new technologies

Programme Outline

Understanding technology risk in the wider context of enterprise cyber risk management
 
To manage cyber risk effectively, it is essential for organisations to understand and assess the impact of current and evolving technologies on the operational and transformational aspects of the business.
 
KPMG’s technology risk leaders will present global and regional insights on the approaches to incorporating technology dependencies and opportunities within broader enterprise risk frameworks.

Surviving and thriving in the new and evolving cyber risk universe
 
New priorities and ever increasing cyber-attacks require fresh approaches and updated cyber security controls and responses in order to manage new and evolving risks.
 
Discover best practices around developing enterprise-wide approaches to manage risks arising from the ongoing and rapid adoption of new technologies.
 
IT and cyber risk management: a focus and priority for senior management and executives
 
To safely guide business strategy in the context of a rapidly evolving risk environment, management must be equipped with the right information, and in a timely manner.
 
Get updates on the new and evolving metrics and reporting structures that have worked across a range of industries.
 
An improved assessment of risk appetite in balancing cyber risks and business returns
 
Companies are beginning to assess their IT and cyber risk appetites, and the potential impact on the business in a more relevant and accurate way. They are developing new solutions that are more efficient and effective to focus on protecting and managing critical IT assets and information.
Understand the importance of determining how much risk an organisation can accept without compromising the sought-after returns.
 
Training Methodology
 
Interactive classroom format, with case studies and exercises
 
Closing Date for Registration
 
1 week before programme or until full enrolment

Intended For

IT, internal audit, compliance, finance, operations, risk management professionals, and executives interested in technology and cyber risks.

Programme Facilitator(s)


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