How much security against cyber attacks is enough economically in today’s business world? That’s the focus of this two-day program instructed by Tyler Moore, Ph.D., University of Tulsa Associate Professor of Computer Science, Tandy Chair of Cyber Security and Information Assurance, 2016-17 New America Cybersecurity Fellow.
Anyone who has the responsibility of protecting the security of a company’s IT infrastructure but does not have formal training in cybersecurity will benefit from attending.
“Great class. Included excellent information on what to collect to determine risk in our environment.” – Justin, Security Engineer, QuikTrip Corporation
“Enjoyed the material & group discussion time.” – Patrick, IT, Calyx Energy
“This course is excellent for both cyber security practioners to help understand the business side of cyber security and instrumental for anyone tasked with convincing CSuite Execs to invest in security.” – Erin, CSOC Lead, QuikTrip Corporation
Participants will learn, through HANDS-ON EXERCISES, how to answer the question, “How much security is enough?”, using three different methodologies:
1. They will understand that when compliance regimes dictate investments, meeting those obligations could be enough.
2. They will understand how to apply security investment frameworks and identify ‘enough’ spending when the controls recommended by the framework are applied.
3. They will learn how to compute quantitative metrics which calculate return on security investment, as well as conduct cost-benefit analysis to determine when security investments bring more benefits than they cost, spending is ‘enough’.
But Most Importantly:
4. Participants will understand the advantages and disadvantages of each approach, and be comfortable using each to guide investment decision.
Who Should Attend:
- IT Staff with security responsibilities but no formal training
- Those responsible for designing, implementing and overseeing cybersecurity operations
- System Architects
- Chief Information Security Officers
- Personnel with budgetary authority, or who must appeal to someone with budgetary authority, on IT investments
- Chief Information Officers
- Those who understand the technical aspects of security controls but need to have a broader perspective of how to build and implement a program
– Interaction with a leading expert on the economics of cybersecurity
– Group exercises which showcase techniques on how to manage risks which might be applied to your own organization
Tyler Moore, PhD
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Date, Venue, Time, & Hotel Reservations
The course runs from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm both days.
•BEST DEAL DISCOUNT: $995 per person(Deadline: Sept. 25, 2019)
Fee includes all course materials, exercises, lectures, continental breakfast & refreshments both days.
Understanding the Cyber Threat Landscape
|Managing Cyber Security Risks|
November 13-14, 2019 in Tulsa, Oklahoma
– Best Deal Discount Deadline: Sept. 25, 2019
– Early Enrollment Discount Deadline: Oct. 23, 2019
– Team Discount (2 or more) available
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