Management Briefing:Impact of COVID on Enterprise Security Controls - COVID01WEB


This webinar covers the short-term and long-term control challenges and how to address the key enterprise information security risks caused by COVID-19. Students will identify potential information security concerns based on risks to their organizations, the risk factors impacting information assets, operational impact, and enterprise reputation. Specific control references to globally recognized security and control resources will be included.


Tuition cost


NASBA Certified CPE

2 Credits


Why you should attend

The pandemic caused many employees to start working from home and the abrupt transition was done with little time to strategize a secure telecommuting environment. The result is an increase in cyberattacks on employees to penetrate networks.

Who should attend

Audit management, senior auditors, risk management, and information security management

What You'll learn

You will learn how to identify immediate, short, and long-term security risks, and better understand the problem of the deterioration of security controls, hacking activity and continued reliance of telecommunicating processes.




  • Discuss short-term and long-term aspects of the impact of the pandemic on enterprise security controls.
  • What’s short / long-term … year-end, mid-2021, beyond?
  • Audit’s charter is to assess current risk and provide an independent opinion to management and BOD.
    • Enterprise security risk has significantly changed in the US since March 1, 2020 and earlier in EU & Asia.

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