An introduction to cyber security which will give insight into the 5 core principles outlined by the GFSC’s cyber security rules - Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond & Recover.
On this session we will look at how you can conclude what measures and controls are proportionate for your business in each of the 5 core principles identified by the GFSC, through conducting a risk assessment. This will enable you to decide what practical steps are necessary to achieve compliance.
Specifically, we will look at how working towards certifications can help provide structure to your approach, and verification that what you are doing meets a prescribed and recognised standard.
Finally, we will look at why the journey to compliance doesn’t have to be a chore and can actually be a viewed as an important way to retain and drive business in a world that’s becoming increasingly aware of the importance of good Cyber Security.
The introduction of the GFSC Cyber Security Rules is the latest reason to ensure you are on top of Information and Cyber Security in your business. The course aims to leave you with an understanding of:
• The 5 principles
• The process for working out what you do and don’t need to do, for your unique situation
• The approaches you can take to implement the controls you have determined are necessary
• The benefits of certifying your organisation to a recognised cyber security standard
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