Webinars

The Board's Role in Cyber Risk Oversight


Price (incl GST)
Member price $89.00
Non-Member price $130.00

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Recording

  • Expiry Date: 30 May 2019
  • Duration: 60 minutes

Cyber risk has emerged as one of the top issues keeping directors awake at night and is also an area where directors feel least confident in its management. It has the potential to impact your organisations’ financials, regulatory compliance and reputation, as well as having material impacts for customers, staff and business partners.

We will cover:

  • Why cybersecurity is not an IT issue.
  • The right questions to ask of your CIO to understand:
    • your cyber exposure;
    • Mitigations; and
    • if you are discharging your fiduciary duties.
  • The concept of a ‘cyber culture’ and how this can be the most powerful risk control of all.

This is an opportunity to dispel some of the mystery surrounding cyber risk and learn some practical actions you can take immediately to better manage your risk, whether you are a director or executive at an NFP or public agency.

Register for three or more webinars of your choice in one transaction, and you can take advantage of our bundle and save promotion. Receive 10% discount for three webinars or register for five or more and receive a 15% discount.
 
DPD Units = 5

 

Presenters

Jason Wilk Jason Wilk
Managing Director
Blue Zoo

Tammy Brien Tammy Brien
General Manager
Blue Zoo



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