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Cybersecurity programs

Learning Partnerships is pleased to announce its new suite of Cybersecurity programs.

  • Employee Cybersecurity Awareness Program
  • Cybersecurity Governance
  • Secure SME Program (includes individual scoping assessment and debrief)
  • BSBSS00092 Cybersecurity Threat Assessment Risk Management Skillset

Once seen as the domain of Information Technology alone, cybersecurity is now being reframed as a significant business enabler and an increasingly critical component of core business and strategy.

Cyber Security is the backbone of every business and every industry: To protect business, preserve reputation as well as support agility, innovation and growth and being a competitive differentiator.

The increase in IOT, supply chain integrations and digitalisation has accelerated the need for all businesses in every industry to be hyper vigilant in developing strong practices.

The days of “Our IT Support Person/Company takes care of our security” attitude and view of accountability and responsibility are gone.

Businesses, and Business leaders need to consider cyber risks and opportunities across their business and governance of cyber security in the same manner as Workplace Health and Safety as an essential business function.

Learning Partnerships Cyber Security Programs provide a range of non-technical cyber education for leaders, managers and end users.

These are management and business courses about Cyber Security targeted at non-technical leaders, managers and consultants although it would also benefit those with a technical background but no cyber security background.

Employee Cybersecurity Awareness Program

Our Employee Security Awareness Program is an individualised program tailored for an organisations specific organisational needs and cyber security policies and procedures.  Contact us for a Proposal.

Cybersecurity Governance for Managers

The Cybersecurity Governance Program is a one-day program for senior managers and leaders.

This course provides a helicopter view of Cybersecurity requirements and governance to ensure managers and leaders responsible for strategy and operational plans have a foundation understanding of best practice organisational cybersecurity management and how they could apply this to their organisation.

Course Outline

  • Cyber Security overview
  • Threats risks and vulnerabilities explained
  • Cyber Security legal and compliance requirements
  • Costs of Cyber Security Incidents
  • Security and Risk Management Best Practice
  • Securing the Supply Chain
  • Certifications and their applicability
  • Cyber Security and Procurement

Secure SME Program

Cyber security underpins Australia’s economic prosperity and, can enable SME businesses to grow, innovate, and find new ways of creating value for their customers.

For a small or medium business, a cyber security incident can be devastating and even fatale, In this course we will provide you with a framework to protect your business using best practice advice and guidance from government and cyber security industry specialists.

In addition to this course the SME will receive a one-on-one hour personal scoping assessment and debrief report.

Course Outline

  • Overview of Cybersecurity
  • SME cybersecurity issues and Challenges
  • Top 10 protection methods
  • 3rd Party Providers – Asking the right questions
  • Check My Security Position – A self-assessment approach
  • Resources and Support

BSBSS00092 Cyber Security Threat and Risk Assessment

This skill set addresses the skills and knowledge to engage with assessment of cyber threats to an organisation and the management of the identified threats, across a broad range of industries. This Skillset is applicable to:

  • Risk Management
  • Compliance Management
  • IT Support
  • Project Management

There are two units of competency in this skill set.

BSBXCS403Contribute to cyber security threat assessments  
BSBXCS404                Contribute to cyber security risk management

This is an interactive program with activities, simulations, and scenarios to reflect actual competency and programme of works relevant to undertaking cybersecurity threat assessments and risk management activities.

  • Overview of Cybersecurity
  • Threats risks and vulnerabilities
  • Legal and compliance requirements
  • Costs of Cybersecurity weaknesses
  • Security and risk management methodologies
  • Audit and assessment systems and procedures
  • Understanding certifications and applicability
  • Value chain assessment
  • 3rd party risks and risk management
  • examples of real-life business exposures
  • Cyber security governance
  • Presenting impact assessments
  • Threat and impact assessment considerations.

At the end of the workshop, you will have developed knowledge and experience to:

  • Contribute to reviewing workplace cyber security threats
  • Support implementation of approved risk management strategies in response to risk
  • Finalise cyber security threat assessment
  • Contribute to recommending risk management strategies that mitigate cyber security risk
  • Support implementation of approved risk management strategies in response to risk
  • Review and revise implemented risk management

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