Finance professionals without IT or tech experience:
According to CSO, an online resource dedicated to security and risk management, cybercrime damage costs are expected to hit $6 trillion annually by 2021. And cybersecurity spending will exceed $1 trillion from 2017 to 2021.
Organizations are under increasing pressure to demonstrate that they are managing threats, and that they have effective processes and controls in place to detect, respond to, mitigate, and recover from cybersecurity events.
What is your role in cybersecurity?
You’re in the position to look at cybersecurity from a risk management and finance point of view. That means you must speak intelligently on the subject internally and externally. You need to know and ask the appropriate questions. You have to apply the security mind-set to your daily work. And you should understand the potential risks and opportunities for your organization or clients as they develop or evaluate their cybersecurity risk management program.
The benefit of expert insights
Led by Chris Romeo, a cybersecurity expert, the webcasts cover the importance and impact of cybersecurity risks on your organization or firm.
Using aspects of the AICPA's new cybersecurity risk management reporting framework, this program will help you build a foundation toward becoming a strategic business partner. It will help you to:
How to earn your certificate
This interactive learning program is a three-part webcast series. To earn your certificate, purchase a series bundle that works with your schedule and attend all three webcasts.
If you prefer on-site learning
You have the option to earn this certificate in a classroom setting.
Our education partner, Fast Lane, brings the same quality content and professional development to locations coast to coast.
Digital badges: Your professional distinction
After you complete the three-part webcast series, you will be awarded with a certificate in the form of a digital badge.
Proudly display it anywhere on the internet – a personal blog, a social site like LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter, Open Badges, a bio page on a company website or your email signature.