An increasing number of organisations and industry sectors rely on IT as they realise the benefits of digitisation. But along with these benefits come increasing risks of exposure to cyber-attacks. Financial costs from service interruption, data theft and reputational loss can be harmful, especially for SMEs with limited resources.
Cybersecurity training that is risk-centric is one of the most effective ways to mitigate the risk of attacks in any organisation reliant on IT, especially when it comes to advanced cyber range platforms. These new platforms offer a simulated environment of cyber incidents and attacks so IT professionals can hone their skills and prepare for real-world circumstances.
This webinar on 22.04.2020 zooms in on the CYBERWISER.eu Capacity Building Platform, a risk-centric, practical approach to cybersecurity, designed to train employees at various levels, from basic knowledge for non-IT staff to vulnerability and threat analysts, all the way up to decision-making IT professionals, such as information security risk managers, heads of information security and chief information security officers. This latter group can customise the training material, define training exercises and expected outcomes, as well as divide staff into cyber-attack and defence teams.
The webinar is also an opportunity to learn how to join the CYBERWISER.eu Open Pilot Scheme and get free training and support, whether you are a newcomer to cyber training or an experienced IT specialist.
|15:00 - 15:05||Welcome and Introduction||Stephanie Parker, Trust-IT Services|
|15:05 - 15:10||Overview of CYBERWISER.eu Platform||Antonio Alvarez Romero, Atos|
|15:10 - 15:20||Practical Guide on the CYBERWISER.eu Open Pilot Stream||Lorenzo Palai, AON|
|15:20 - 15:45||Introduction of the platform and live demonstration||Matteo Merialdo, RHEA|
|15:45 - 16:00||Q&A on The importance of cyber training and filling the skills gap||Csaba Virag, Cyber Services Plc, Member of the CYBERWISER.eu Stakeholder Expert Board and Panellists|
Any organisation reliant on IT and exposed to cyber-risks, including SMEs, public sector organisations (PA or sector-specific, e.g. healthcare), large companies from any sector, operators of critical infrastructures and cybersecurity leaders in educational institutions.