ISDE (Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía)

Certificate Program in Cyber Threats and Vulnerabilities

ISDE (Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía)
  • Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Semipresencial en Madrid
  • Precio:
    Consultar rellenando el formulario
  • Comienzo:
    Octubre 2017
  • Lugar:
    Recoletos 6
    Madrid 28001
    España
  • Duración:
    24 Horas
  • Condiciones:
    This Certificate program is comprised of three pillars: Introduction to Cybersecurity, Threats and Vulnerabilities, and Cybersecurity “Best Practices”. It is designed for the individual seeking more topic-specific training with respect to cybersecurity. All three of the Certificate’s pillars will involve both in-person and eLearning segments, and the Certificate will be awarded following the successful completion of all relevant academic requirements (including the submission of a final paper for the

Objetivos

The objective is to educate and train lawyers and business professionals seeking greater expertise on cybersecurity, cyber threats and vulnerabilities, and related “best practices” (technical, personnel, and policy solutions).

Programa

In-person classes dates

Monday, October 23
09.00 – 10.15: Welcome and Keynote Speaker
10.30 – 13.00: Introduction to Cybersecurity
Professor(s): Eduardo di Monte, Michelle Alexandra Vázquez Ricciardi
Technical basics – cryptography, operating system security, web and network security, data security, encryption, cloud security.
14.30 – 17.30: Introduction to Cybersecurity
Professor(s): Eduardo di Monte, Michelle Alexandra Vázquez Ricciardi
Background of the internet, its evolution, optics of network infrastructure and communication, advent of the digitalized interconnected economy, reliance on third-parties for processing, data storage.
18.00 – 20.30: Deloitte SOC visit and demonstration
Professor(s): Eduardo di Monte, Michelle Alexandra Vázquez Ricciardi
Tuesday, October 24
09.00 – 12.00: Introduction to Cybersecurity
Professor(s): Eduardo di Monte, Michelle Alexandra Vázquez Ricciardi
Information technology and the changing face of business, overview of information security “best practices”.
12.15 – 13.30: Threats and Vulnerabilities
Professor(s): Eduardo di Monte, Michelle Alexandra Vázquez Ricciardi
Assessment of risks and vulnerabilities inherent in digital communications. Attribution issues, exploits, and the C-I-A Triad concept will be emphasized.
15.00 – 18.15: Threats and Vulnerabilities
Professor(s): Jeffrey Batt
Overview of threat actors (advanced persistent threats, cyber criminals, hacktivists), vectors (such as spear phishing), and motivation (insider threats, espionage, hacktivism).
Wednesday, October 25
09.00 – 12.00: Threats and Vulnerabilities
Professor(s): Jeffrey Batt
Continued discussion of threat vectors and types, followed by an assessment of organizational vulnerabilities, such as data assets (IP, sensitive business records, PHI, PCI) and human error.
12.15 – 13.30: Threats and Vulnerabilities
Professor(s): Marina Nogales
Industry / sector impacts, including retail, critical infrastructure, health care, and education.
15.00 – 18.15: Threats and Vulnerabilities
Professor(s): Marina Nogales
Continued discussion of industry / sector impacts, analytical modeling.
Threat demonstration and response practice.
Research paper instructions and meetings.
19.30 – 22.30: Networking Dinner
Thursday, October 26
09.00 – 10.30: Cybersecurity “Best Practices” – People, Process, and Technology
Professor(s): Adolfo Pedriza
Overview of IT, information security, and the corporation. Emphasis on cybersecurity as an enterprise-wide risk, not just IT issue.
10.45 – 13.30: Cybersecurity “Best Practices” – Technology
Professor(s): Adolfo Pedriza
Technological solutions (managing passwords and credentials, data backups, system architecture, encryption). Pen testing, review of critical controls, vendor access.
15.00 – 18.15: Cybersecurity “Best Practices” – Technology
Professor(s): Adolfo Pedriza
Pen testing, review of critical controls, vendor access, and other resiliency measures.
Friday, October 27
09.00 – 12.15: Cybersecurity “Best Practices” – Process
Professor(s): Adolfo Pedriza
Policy-related cybersecurity – records management, access restriction, privacy program, corporate organization structure.
12.30 – 13.30: Cybersecurity “Best Practices” – Process
Professor(s): Adolfo Pedriza
ISO, NIST, and other frameworks.
15.00 – 18.15: Cybersecurity “Best Practices” – People
Professor(s): Adolfo Pedriza
Internal training, phishing prevention, and other ways to limit or prevent human error.
18.15 – 19.15: Research paper instructions and meetings.
eLearning dates

Introduction to Cybersecurity – Weeks of October 30, November 6, November 13, November 20, and November 27.
Total course hours: 10 hours (in person), 15 hours (eLearning). 25 hours combined.
Threats and Vulnerabilities – Weeks of October 30, November 6, November 13, and November 20.
Total course hours: 12 hours (in person), 12 hours (eLearning). 24 hours combined.
Cybersecurity “Best Practices” – People, Process, and Technology – Weeks of November 20, November 27, and December 4.

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