Risk Management for IT and Cybersecurity Managers

Risk Management for IT and Cybersecurity Managers
Risk Management for IT and Cybersecurity Managers
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 22m | 524 MB

Curious about why leaders at your organization decided not to fund your project? In this course, get an inside look at how cybersecurity and information technology (IT) managers use a preliminary risk analysis to determine which projects to pass on and which ones to support with funding. Instructor Jason Dion goes over the terms used by executives and managers when discussing risk management, including what it means to mitigate, transfer, avoid, and accept risk. He also digs into the two methods you can use to calculate risk: qualitative and quantitative risk measurement. To lend these concepts a real-world context, Jason dives into a case study. Upon wrapping up this course, you’ll have the knowledge you need to build a more compelling business case for your projects.

Table of Contents

1 Risk management for IT and security managers
2 What is risk
3 Types of risk
4 Types of threats
5 When risk management fails
6 What can you do with risk
7 Risk mitigation
8 Risk transference
9 Risk avoidance
10 Risk acceptance
11 Risk controls
12 Risk responses
13 Calculating risk
14 Qualitative risk measurement
15 Quantitative risk measurement
16 Case study Equifax
17 Next steps