This course has four videos. Make sure to watch all videos.
What is it? Why a GRC Framework?
Intro to Risk Management & NIST Cyber Framework 101
Cybersecurity Oversight and Governance
Optional: Recommended reading to go along with this course
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WHY A GRC FRAMEWORK?
NIST Cyber Framework Training // Hosted by SDN Communications, SDTA & Dakota State University With Matt Barrett and Celia Paulsen of NIST
Lisa Sotto of Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP presents the current law related to executive and board governance and cyber risk. What is in place today and what is coming. This can help ICS security professionals understand how to communicate with executives. Lisa begins with a brief overview of the threat landscape. She then discusses the existing laws and frameworks. The SEC guidance beginning at 11:00 are extremely important and worth watching. She covers cybersecurity law related to critical infrastructure in other countries, including China. At 23:50 Lisa discusses the Board's role in overseeing and managing cyber risk. "Boards that ignore cybersecurity do so at their own peril."
How to Conduct a Risk Assessment
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