Each year risk management and audit departments are faced with determining what risk areas need to be addressed in the upcoming year. Do we focus our limited resources on threats related to current vulnerabilities, emerging technology, aging technology or other high risk areas?
To adequately determine risk going forward, it’s important to take a look at the past year to determine key risk areas. Thus, during this webinar we will analyze recent security incidents including the epidemic of ransomware attacks.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in many employees working from home. The transition from working in the office to working at home was abrupt with minimal time to establish a strategy for a secure telecommuting environment. As a result, there is solid evidence of a significant increase in cyberattacks focused on employees working from home in order to penetrate enterprise networks.
Unfortunately, a disturbing theme in most security incidents is the failure of basic internal controls. Hackers are not penetrating your network through your firewall, they are instead taking the easy way into your network via your vendors, social engineering, employees working from home and other easy paths.
At the conclusion of this webinar you will have a solid foundation for looking into the crystal ball that predicts future events.
You should attend because identifying, assessing, and examining the organization’s risk responses, and helping the organization increase its capacity to handle risk, are an integral part of internal auditors’ responsibilities.
Financial, Operational and Information Technology auditors and Audit management, Information Security and Risk Management professionals who need to assess risk an prepare for future engagement.
You will learn about current and future events that are expected to impact organizations and their IT infrastructure.
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