Engage with industry experts at events hosted by ISACA in North America and Europe:
- Cybersecurity Fundamentals Training Week
15-18 June 2020 | Denver, CO
28-20 October 2020 | Helsinki, Finland
ISACA provides free professional webinars—presented live by subject matter experts or to watch at your convenience from our archives. Earn CPE from the comfort of your office, and stay current. Below is a select sample of current productions. View more webinar topics >>
- Secure Mobile, Wired and Wireless Networking in the Public Sector: Watch Now >>
- Improve Security, Privacy and Compliance with Continuous Oversight: Watch Now >>
- What’s Your DNS Security Risk? Insights from Recent Ponemon Survey: Watch Now >>
- Getting Back to Basics – The Fundamentals of Cyber Hygiene | 8 October 2019: Register Now >>
- Winter is HERE! Cybersecurity Lessons from Game of Thrones | 29 October 2019: Register Now >>
- Latest Business Email Compromise Scams – Don’t Be the Next Victim | 13 November 2019: Register Now >>
Below are some of our recent cybersecurity-focused podcasts. For more ISACA podcast topics and to subscribe, click here.
- Breaking Down Barriers in Mobile Security
- Exploring Cybersecurity Misconceptions in Pop Culture
- How to Stay Motivated About Cybersecurity, Build Your Network and Earn CPE
- Cyber in the Kitchen
- Examining the Baltimore Ransomware Attack
- How the CISM and CISSP Certifications Can Complement One Another
- Who Should the CISO Report To? It Depends
- Are We Asking the Right Questions When It Comes to the Infosec Skills Shortage?
- Cybersecurity a Central Ingredient in Evolving Digital Business Models
- CISOs Must Address Their Blind Spot for Effective Oversight of ICS Security
- US Government Innovates Cyber Job Fulfillment
- What Capital One Got Right
ISACA is a champion of the following cybersecurity initiatives:
The global cybersecurity skills gap has now grown beyond 3 million. Whether you are new to cybersecurity or have several years in the industry, this is a field where continuing education is critical to staying relevant AND to keeping your career progressing forward.
Career Planning & Training
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Train whenever and wherever you want, with 24/7 online access to courses and practice labs for every skill level.
Learn about customized team training for your organization’s cybersecurity and IT staff.
- Implementing the NIST Cybersecurity Framework Using COBIT 2019 New publication, Coming Soon!
- Cybersecurity Fundamentals Study Guide (Exam Prep)
ISACA issues white papers as part of their mission to provide practical and pragmatic information that is timely and relevant. Below are some recent selections. See more ISACA white papers >>
- Phishing Defense And Governance
- Improving Security Awareness Using Marketing Techniques
- 2019 North America CACS Security Leaders Summit Recap
State of Cybersecurity Survey 2019, Part I – Security Skills Gap by the Numbers
State of Cybersecurity 2019 reports the results of the fifth annual ISACA global State of Cybersecurity Survey. While some findings pointed to unforeseen trends, many survey results reinforce previous years’ findings—specifically that the need for trained and experienced cybersecurity professionals vastly outweighs the supply. State of Cybersecurity 2019 provides a distinctive view of cybersecurity from the perspective of those who define the field—cybersecurity managers and practitioners. This is the first report based on the survey, which focuses on the current trends in cybersecurity workforce development, staffing, budget and gender diversity.
State of Cybersecurity Survey 2019, Part II – Attacks, Awareness and Governance
State of Cybersecurity 2019 reports the results of the fifth annual ISACA global State of Cybersecurity Survey. Some findings reinforce discoveries from prior years—specifically, that the top attacks and threat actors remain largely the same. Other findings provide new insight for cybersecurity management: respondents indicate that cybersecurity departments are best served when reporting to either a chief information security officer (CISO) or chief executive officer (CEO), rather than reporting to a chief information officer (CIO). State of Cybersecurity 2019 captures an outlook on cybersecurity from the perspective of those who define the field—cybersecurity managers and practitioners. This second of two reports focuses on current trends in cybersecurity attack vectors and response methodologies, organizational governance and program management.
The Business Impact of Cybersecurity Culture
The Cybersecurity Culture Report from ISACA and CMMI Institute shows there is much progress to be made, as 95 percent of global survey respondents identify a gap between their current and desired organizational culture of cybersecurity.