Cybersecurity Leadership Skill-Builders

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Excel in Your Career + Earn CPE Credits

Follow your path to purpose and impact with ISC2 Cybersecurity Leadership Skill-Builders courses, created by industry experts and available now on demand. Grow what you know and earn CPE credits with short-format learning designed to fit your busy schedule.

The What, Why, Who and How of Cybersecurity Strategy (0.5 CPE credits)

Your cybersecurity strategy is your high-level plan for how your business will protect its assets and reduce cyber risk. What elements make up a cybersecurity strategy? Why is it important? Who are the key leaders and stakeholders? How is a strategy created and implemented?

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Budget and Talent Shortfalls (0.5 CPE credits)

As a cybersecurity leader, you must determine how much to budget for cybersecurity, assess where to allocate those funds, and ensure you have enough skilled professionals in place to protect your organization’s digital assets and infrastructure.

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Cyber Ethics Overview (0.5 CPE credits)

A strong ethics program helps organizations meet their bottom line, deliver better service, and encourage growth and sustainability. This course explores trending cybersecurity ethics considerations and what should be included in an effective code of ethics.

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Cybersecurity Strategies (0.5 CPE credits)

This course examines strategies used to mitigate risks associated with cyberthreats and protect sensitive data, systems and networks. Learn how to use existing security benchmarks and compliance standards to design a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy.

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Developing an API Security Strategy (0.5 CPE credits)

This course explores the importance of securing APIs used by your organization and the strategies for reducing risks and vulnerabilities associated with these interfaces.

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Best Practices in Managing IoT Cybersecurity (0.5 CPE credits)

Learn how to incorporate a variety of elements into an effective IoT cybersecurity plan, including risk assessment and management, security governance, and data strategy and life cycle management.

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Building an Organizational Culture (1 CPE credit)

Follow a cybersecurity team as they finalize plans to put more resources into protecting privacy. Compliance is a driver, but like security, a risk-based approach must be utilized to drive alignment, provide better privacy and gain buy-in from the organization.

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Implementing and Reviewing SETA Programs (1 CPE credit)

Security education, training and awareness (SETA) plans must be clear, well-defined and communicated appropriately across the organization. This course reviews strategies for implementing, measuring and reporting SETA program outcomes.

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Planning a SETA Program (1 CPE credit)

To facilitate a strong culture of security, SETA programs must include a variety of elements, resources and support structures. Build on the information and guiding questions provided in this course to identify and address the needs at your organization.

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Security in the IoT: Surveying IoT Security Challenges (1 CPE credit)

Get strategies to navigate the exponential growth of IoT, harnessing its opportunities while safeguarding against risks through comprehensive security strategies. You'll gain key insights from real-world examples of IoT architectures and frameworks.

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Challenges Integrating Cyber Risk with Business Risk (0.5 CPE credits)

Get an overview of risk management and its integration with cyber risk in a business context. You’ll learn risk assessment methodologies and the four main methods of risk treatment: avoidance, transfer, mitigation and acceptance.

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Cybersecurity Burnout (0.5 CPE credits)

The demand for constant vigilance and immediate response can be overwhelming for cybersecurity professionals. Learn how to identify, prevent and manage burnout on your teams to promote a healthier, more balanced and ultimately more productive work environment.

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Zero Trust for Identity: Strategies and Leadership to Protect Organizations (0.5 CPE credits)

A strong Zero Trust strategy for identity requires a concerted effort from leadership to govern and enforce strategic initiatives. Learn to apply segmentation policies, employ the principle of least privilege access, and use analytics to help detect and respond quickly.

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Translating Cyber Risk into Business Language for Effective Leadership (0.5 CPE credits)

Cyber leaders are required to communicate cybersecurity issues to executive decision makers. That requires an understanding of basic accounting, finance and economic principles. Learn how to relate expenditures to financial aspects, such as cash flow and return on investment.

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Why ISC2 Skill-Builders?

  • Commit to maintaining your ISC2 certification with continuing professional development
  • Stay current and demonstrate knowledge of emerging cybersecurity topics
  • Earn CPE credits

With ISC2 Skill-Builders you get:

  • Access to self-paced cybersecurity education 24/7
  • Learning activities focused on real-world applications

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