The Board’s Role in Cybersecurity

Disasters such as the Australian bushfires and the global COVID-19 pandemic place governments, businesses and the community under immense pressure and make them more vulnerable to offensive cyber campaigns. Directors and senior executives face growing expectations and compliance obligations to ensure cybersecurity is appropriately governed and managed.

The Board’s Role in Cybersecurity provides insight into Australia’s cybercrime landscape including key terms, concept and current threats, and outlines the roles and responsibilities of the board in ensuring effective cybersecurity governance.

Who is this course for?

Board directors and managers responsible for reporting to the board on cybersecurity.

How will I benefit?

Upon completion of this micro-course, you will have an understanding of:

  • The cybercrime landscape including key terms and concepts
  • The board’s role in overseeing cybersecurity
  • The impact of COVID-19 on cybersecurity
  • The organisations and tools that can assist with cybersecurity governance.

Topics covered:

  • Topic 1: Introduction
  • Topic 2: Cybercrime
  • Topic 3: The role of the board
  • Topic 4: COVID-19 implications
  • Topic 5: Organisations that can help
  • Topic 6: Summary and quiz

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