The National Cyber Security Awareness Month is observed every October and led by the National Cyber Security Alliance and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. ISACA is proud to be a 2018 Champion Organization.
The European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) is the EU’s annual advocacy campaign that also takes place in October and aims to raise awareness of cyber security threats, promote cyber security among citizens and provide up to date security information, through education and sharing of good practices. ISACA is proud to be a partner.
Cyber attacks are increasing in sophistication and frequency, yet the shortage of skilled technical professionals has continued to grow exponentially. ISACA’s Cybersecurity Nexus™ (CSX) was created to help fortify the industry through practical, hands-on training and certification focused on real-world abilities. Our goal is to build a stronger, more informed workforce that can keep organizations and their information secure—now, and in the future.
To help you and your business stay secure, we have put together a number of helpful, free resources and tools.
In addition to the already substantial savings of our full year of training vs buying each lab and course individually, we are offering an additional $200 off the already discounted price to ISACA members now through 31 October
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Cybersecurity is typically approached, analyzed and managed from a functional point of view. Enterprises typically spend considerable time and resources analyzing their security programs—and by extension the countermeasures comprising them—through the lens of scope and function. But measuring coverage and utility is not enough anymore as cybersecurity is not about a series of tasks.
As demonstrated in this FREE ISACA-CMMI white paper, A Risk-Aware Path to Cybersecurity Resilience and Maturity, cybersecurity professionals must consider business strategy planning and performance capability. Analyzing the capability of cybersecurity within an enterprise means systematically and holistically analyzing the operational efficiency of actions taken, resiliency of the people/processes/technology in use, maturity of practices, gap analyses, and total cost of ownership, and more, together with effectiveness, and doing it comprehensively and consistently across the axis of risk.
This joint white paper from ISACA and CMMI outlines a path forward using a new mindset and new tools to assess cyber capability and create a new culture of cybersecurity. Recognize, prioritize and resolve capability gaps in your enterprise to improve cyber resilience and maturity—download your free copy today!
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In U.S.: for helpful resources designed to help your organization stay safe and secure online, and promote
National Cyber Security Awareness Month, visit http://staysafeonline.org/ncsam/
Or, in Europe, or for resources in languages other than English, visit: https://cybersecuritymonth.eu/