January 2017 - Prevention, Detection and Recovery from Cyberattacks - A Two Day Seminar/Workshop


This is a two-day seminar, combining lecture with a hands-on, case-study based workshop that introduces individuals responsible for dealing with cyberattacks to the principles and practice of prevention, detection and recovery from hostile actions against computer systems.  It includes both the technical and organizational measures that are required and focuses on the steps that must be taken and the skills that must be obtained in advance of an attack to be prepared should one occur.

Learning objectives: Participants in this seminar will learn:

  • How the reality of cyberattacks fits into their business models
  • How to organize, build and maintain an effective capability to prevent, detect and recover from cyberattacks
  • What tools, skills and techniques are needed to support cyberattack response
  • How to test and validate recovery capabilities
  • What architectural and design alternatives can be applied for cyberattack prevention, detection and recovery
  • How cybersecurity can be governed and managed

**This two-day seminar/workshop is eligible for 16 CPE Credit hours and FREE to Kettle Moraine ISACA Members. Non-members pay a discounted price.  Please register ASAP as spots are extremely limited.

Speaker Biography:

Steve Ross is an Executive Principle and instructor for Risk Masters International Training Institute. Steve holds certification as a Master Business Continuity Professional (MBCP) as well as a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). He is a specialist in Business Continuity Management, IT Disaster Recovery Planning and Information Security.  Prior to founding Risk Masters, Steve was with Deloitte & Touche as the leader of their Business Continuity Management practice. He is editor of the multi-volume series, e-Commerce Security, and author of several of the books in the series. His book, Creating a Culture of Security, was published in 2011.