A Data Security Survival Guide in an Interconnected World
As the number of internet-connected devices skyrockets into the billions, a data security strategy is an increasingly important part of any organization’s ability to manage and protect critical information. Enterprises are migrating to the cloud in droves, however, protecting data in the cloud remains a challenge as employees push to access cloud apps from any device, anywhere. In the last year alone, 1 in 3 organizations were hacked more than 5 times, and with the increased number of attacks the financial cost of security incidents is also rising. In many cases, breaches are caused by a combination of benevolent insiders, targeted attacks, and malicious insiders. For example, targeted attacks are often enabled inadvertently by well-meaning insiders who fail to comply with data or security policies, which can lead to a data breach. In this course, you will learn about the major trends impacting cyber security – from the rising frequency of attacks and types of threats that organizations should be concerned about the most, and they will address the risks, priorities, and capabilities that are top of mind for enterprises as they migrate to the cloud.
A Data-Driven Cybersecurity Masterclass
Incident response teams, threat hunters and security operations centers need visibility into what’s happening on their networks so they can make sense of their traffic and move at the speed of attacks. Cybersecurity best practices have moved from protection to detection and response and the lens is refocusing again on data-driven security. Data is the key to making more informed, strategic cybersecurity decisions — and ensuring you’re spending your security dollars effectively. Continuous data-driven monitoring of security in your organization and in every vendor organization with access to your IT infrastructure is the only strategy that will keep you one step ahead of the bad guys. On this self-study program you will learn how you can use a data-driven approach to gain visibility into security performance across your IT infrastructure.
A GDPR Compliance MasterClass
The GDPR is the most significant change in data privacy regulation in more than 20 years. It came into force on 25 May 2018 and impacts all businesses that process personal data or businesses that process personal data of EU citizens even if they are not in the EU. Obligations for compliance affect both controller and processors and regulators get increased enforcement powers and the right to impose fines of up to 4% of global turnover for both data breaches and infringements of the law.