Crash Course: Managing Cyber Security Risk Using Quantitative Analysis
April 16, 2018
HealthGuard's CEO Apolonio "Apps" Garcia will be giving a half-day workshop to introduce foundational concepts and quantitative risk analysis techniques.
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Why Should I Attend?
Prioritizing security issues and communicating cyber risk to executives and boards requires more than security reports with risk scores and vulnerability ratings. It requires explaining risk in the right business context, using terms that don't require them to be a cybersecurity expert.
This workshop provides a primer on concepts and techniques that help IT security, business continuity, and audit professionals measure and communicate risk more effectively.
Concepts and Theory
Topics we will cover:
Overview of Risk Management Concepts
Issues with Traditional Analysis Methods
Communicating Risk to Executives and Boards
Introduction to the Open FAIR Standard
Hands-on Risk Analysis Exercises
What others said about it:
"I enjoyed your presentation on quantifying risk... Thank you for taking the time to provide the insight, examples and humorous interjections. You made your presentation both entertaining and informative." - Lin Abbott, SVP, Operational Risk Program Manager – Technology, Security and Business Resiliency, Key Bank
"The Crash Course was a great primer on risk and risk analysis. It was very enlightening and provided a somewhat unique take on risk analysis." - Anthony Slak, IT Consultant, Medical Mutual
"The Crash Course on Managing Cyber Risk Using Quantitative Analysis was the most beneficial ISACA session I have attended." - Paul Leider, IT Auditor, Key Bank
Columbus Regional Conference
May 4, 2018
HealthGuard's CEO Apolonio "Apps" Garcia will be presenting
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Why Should I Attend?
HCCA Regional Conferences provide a forum to interact with local compliance professionals, share information about your compliance successes and challenges, and create educational opportunities for compliance professionals to strengthen the industry.
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