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The ability to draft, strategize and develop a cyber risk mitigation strategy, including the appropriate legal and compliance steps that need to be taken when responding to cyberattacks and reporting cyberattacks to law enforcement. An in-depth understanding of the different types of cyberattacks, the business systems that are most at risk, and the importance of an organization-wide approach to cybersecurity. This course brings to you:

Module 1: Cybersecurity risk is business risk Module 2: Identifying the threats to an organization Module 3: Identifying important business systems and assets Module 4: The crucial role of leadership in managing cyber risk

Module 5: Understanding your technology Module 6: Cyber risk and the law Module 7: Incident response and accountability Module 8: Designing and implementing a mitigation strategy

A premier certificate from Harvard University’s Office of the Vice Provost for Advances in Learning, in association with HarvardX, as validation of your newfound cybersecurity knowledge and skills, as well as access to a global network of likeminded cybersecurity professionals.

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