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25 May 2022
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Cybersecurity: Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC)

Type
Course
Location
New York, United States of America
Date
Duration
1 Days
Programme Area
Peace Security and Diplomacy, Peacekeeping, Multilateral Diplomacy, International Law
Price
$500.00
Waivers for developing countries may be available upon request,
Event Focal Point Email
patricia.romero@unitar.org
Partnership
AABGM Inc.
Registration
Public – by registration
Mode of Delivery
Face-to-Face
Language(s)
English
Pillar
Peace
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One of the biggest concerns of today is cybercrimes and cyberattacks. Many reasons motivate a cyberattack, such as cyberwarfare, cyberterrorism, and even hacktivists.

 

Cybersecurity, commonly referred to as information security, is the art of protecting networks, network devices, and data, including monitoring, surveillance, communication equipment from unauthorized access or unlawful use, and the practice of ensuring confidentiality, integrity, and availability (CIA).

 

With the current trends of Cyberwarfare, Cybercrime, and Hacktivist activities, the Agenda 2030 – Sustainable Development Goals, resilience and development would be difficult to achieve without cybersecurity. The United Nations being the pivot of establishing global peace and security, has a new focus on cybersecurity. The Member States to the UN need to have a clear idea on the Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) and Cybersecurity Framework.

Professional Training on the Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) of Cybersecurity to develop the institutional and organizational capacities of the Member States, UN Agencies, Civil Society, Academia, and NGOs.

To understand & implement the Cybersecurity Frameworks.

To contribute to Agenda 2030 implementation.

Designed for the benefit the Diplomates attending and contributing in the “Ad Hoc Committee to Elaborate a Comprehensive International Convention on Countering the Use of Information and Communications Technologies for Criminal Purposes”.

To understand different terminologies in cybersecurity, including social engineering.

To understand different policies, and standards available in the Cybersecurity field. Identifying and learning the available Cybersecurity Frameworks across the globe. The impact and implication of those.

To learn the core competencies in Cybersecurity & protect the organization’s attack surface.