Cybersecurity Risk in Critical Infrastructure
Cybersecurity Risk in Critical Infrastructure for Board Directors - Professional Development Course
DATE: The next course date is TBD
AUDIENCE: Board of Directors, Trustees and Advisory Board Members of public / private organizations in the maritime, utilities and oil and gas industries, among other critical infrastructure sectors.
INSTRUCTOR: Mike Wilkes
FORMAT: This instructor-led, two-hour executive-level course is held virtually via Zoom.
CONTACT: [email protected]
Board of Directors, Trustees and Advisory Board Members play an important role in the governance and stewardship of publicly and privately owned critical infrastructure organizations. Cyber threats and vulnerabilities in Information and Operational Technologies (IT/OT) pose complex challenges to the management and operations of these vital systems.
This executive-level course provides board members with best practices for managing cyber risks, and strategies for enhancing resilience to cyber-attacks.
Course topics include:
Systemic and Cognitive Risk
Governance of IT and OT Systems
Best Practices for Mitigation of Risk
Guidance for the new SEC 4-day rule for cybersecurity incident disclosure for publicly traded companies as well as review of the NACD 2023 Handbook on Cyber-Risk Oversight
Board of Directors, Trustees and Advisory Board Members of public / private organizations in the maritime, utilities and oil and gas industries, among other critical infrastructure sectors. Examples from the maritime sector will be used but which are applicable to all industries and sectors.
Participants will better understand the unique dimensions of cyber risk and understand emerging principles for modern cybersecurity governance. They will also be able to identify sources of corporate resilience to reduce the impact of business disruptions as well as understand how to deliver “effective challenge” to their cybersecurity programs.