Cybersecurity threats are escalating, unnerving the boards of directors, managers, investors and other stakeholders of organizations of all sizes—whether public or private. Organizations are under increasing pressure to demonstrate that they are managing threats, and that they have effective processes and controls in place to detect, respond to, mitigate and recover from cybersecurity events.
Cybersecurity yields potential business opportunities for a firm to better serve its clients. As a trusted business advisor, firm practitioners can provide advisory services that help companies spot cybersecurity weaknesses, identify potential risks and offer advice on how to safeguard information and systems.
During this two-day webcast, learn how you can help your clients navigate threats by becoming a trusted business advisor for their organization's cybersecurity risk management programs. The event covers:
Upon completing the webcast, you will be awarded with a certificate in the form of a digital badge to be proudly displayed anywhere on the internet—a personal blog, a social network like LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Mozilla Open Badges, a biographical page on a company website or an online resume.Learning for Trust Services Criteria and Description Criteria
The content within this certificate program references the trust services criteria and description criteria. If you need guidance and examples, then consider purchasing Walkthrough of the Trust Services Criteria and Walkthrough of the Description Criteria.
Exploring Cybersecurity Toolkit
This toolkit, developed by PCPS, provides learning resources and staff training tools which can assist firms in assessing their own cybersecurity position, as well as that of their clients. Together, these tools will provide insight on your firm's cybersecurity strengths and opportunities for improvement, in addition to helping your firm analyze your service opportunities with clients. Learn more.