“Cyber security has in recent years become an integral component of a boards role in risk oversight, but directors often find themselves in unfamiliar territory when it comes to formulating policies and oversight processes that address cyber security risk.
It can be especially challenging for directors to identify upcoming risks and avoid focusing too much on yesterday’s headlines.”
Harvard Law School – Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation“
The Cyber Risk Challenge:
Understanding today’s cyber threat landscape is a significant challenge, the various actors, motivations and methods now intertwined with geopolitics means board members need to understand how to “measure and manage” cyber risk as it applies to their business.
Interconnected business models relying on key suppliers and partners is a characteristic of every global entity and requires mature risk oversight and supporting processes. Regulatory compliance with significant fines and liabilities now requires organisations to “bake in” Governance, Risk Management and Compliance Management (GRC) processes as opposed to “bolt them on” as part of a cyber security function. Understanding what cyber related exposure your organisation faces is ultimately what will drive your risk management program holistically across your enterprise.
The board requires a cyber security strategy in order to meet their obligations. A bona fide cyber security strategy will be supported by a framework and related back to the inherent cyber risk of the organisation.
“As part of an enterprise risk management program, entities should evaluate the inherent cyber risk (or the risk absent any compensating controls) presented by the people, processes, technology, and underlying data that support each identified function, activity, product, and service.” G7 – ECB
Cyber Risk International (CRI) are a world leading cyber advisory firm. Our executive cyber risk boot camp is non-technical course, designed specifically for senior leaders in order for them to understand their obligations and develop an appropriate strategy to support their business model. Delegates will gain an understanding of the cyber threat landscape and the steps every board should be taking in relation to measuring and managing cyber risk.
The course is delivered by Paul C Dwyer Author of “The Art of Cyber Risk Oversight” and is recognised as one of the world’s foremost experts on cyber security, risk and privacy.
– The Cyber Challenge
– Developing a Strategy
– Understanding a Framework
– Measuring Cyber Risk – Key Metrics
– Internal Key Players – Creating a Team
– Dealing with Third Parties and Gaining Assurance
– TTP’s Tactics, Techniques and Procedures
– Cyber Governance
– Implementing, Developing and Sustaining
– Action Plan – Key Steps
Who Is This Course For?
C-Level Including: CEO, CFO, CIO, CRO, CISO
Senior Leaders Responsible for Functions Related to: Enterprise Risk, Compliance, Legal, Cyber Security, Supply Chain, IT, Crisis Management, Internal Audit
NxD’s and Board Advisors
Managing Directors and Partners
Course Director: Paul C Dwyer
Author: The Art of Cyber Risk Oversight
Paul C Dwyer is recognised as one of the world’s foremost experts on cyber security, risk and privacy. As CEO of Cyber Risk International he specialises in corporate and enterprise security, development of cyber defence programs, and business operations protection for CRI clients.
Certified an industry professional by the International Information Security Certification Consortium (ISC2) and the Information System Audit and Control Association (ISACA). Approved by the National Crime Faculty and the High Tech Crime Network(HTCN). He has worked extensively around the world, his diverse career spans more than 25 years working with military, law enforcement and the commercial sector.
Roles have included:
• President of the International Cyber Threat Task Force (ICTTF)
• Co Chairman of the UK National Crime Agency (NCA) Industry Group
• Advisor to National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO)
• Advisor to NATO on Countering Hybrid Cyber Threats
• Advisor to UK Defence Committee (DEFCOM) in Parliament
• Deputy Chair – Organised Crime Task Force Industry Group – NI
• Interim Global CISO for Numerous Multi-National Organisations
• Advisor to Numerous Governments and Intelligence agencies
Paul is a member of a number of industry groups including the IoD (Institute of Directors), IIEA (Institute of International and European Affairs) and the IRM (Institute of Risk Management).
As an accomplished serial entrepreneur he has successfully built a number of security practices in the UK & Ireland and in 2016 was identified by Business and Finance as one of Ireland’s Top 100 CEOs.
His career started as a technical networking specialist, he then specialised, trained and qualified in a number of disciplines including but not limited to ethical hacking, forensics, international management systems, risk management, business continuity, international governance frameworks, financial service regulations, cyber laws and project management.
MARK CONABEARE – DEBENHAMS PLC DENISE COMERFORD – INTO CREDIT UNION RONAN TIMMONS – INVESTEC BANK PLC MARTIN TANG - IRM Ian Brennan - Laya Healthcare MARTIN MCCAULEY - W & R BARNETT MICHAEL MCHUGH – INTO CREDIT UNION BRÓNAGH DOHERTY - INTERTRUST ANGELA MORAN – AIB JOHN CARROL – INVESTEC BANK PLC SHANE O’CONNOR – SUSQUEHANNA INTERNATIONAL GROUP SHANE O’REILLY – TOTAL PRODUCE DEREK HARDIMAN – ABBEY CAPITAL PADDY HAND – NSSL GERARD CLEAR – CABOT FINANCIAL
MARK CONABEARE – DEBENHAMS PLC
DENISE COMERFORD – INTO CREDIT UNION
RONAN TIMMONS – INVESTEC BANK PLC
MARTIN TANG - IRM
Ian Brennan - Laya Healthcare
MARTIN MCCAULEY - W & R BARNETT
MICHAEL MCHUGH – INTO CREDIT UNION
BRÓNAGH DOHERTY - INTERTRUST
ANGELA MORAN – AIB
JOHN CARROL – INVESTEC BANK PLC
SHANE O’CONNOR – SUSQUEHANNA INTERNATIONAL GROUP
SHANE O’REILLY – TOTAL PRODUCE
DEREK HARDIMAN – ABBEY CAPITAL
PADDY HAND – NSSL
GERARD CLEAR – CABOT FINANCIAL