Boardroom CYBER-RISK competence training [offered in the Channel Islands/Mauritius/elsewhere]
The attached is a service available for Board Members.
The service consists of NCSP® Digital Business Risk Awareness Certificate training for each Board Member (online, self-paced, eLearning) upon completion of which each Board Member receives a Certificate of Completion and individual digital badge.
The service also comes with a NCSP® Verified digital badge, on completion of training by all board members, to prove to regulatory bodies, customers, insurers and additional stakeholders that the investment in digital business knowledge and associated cyber risk has been undertaken. A huge PR/marketing opportunity for the businesses.
It is a perfect service for Boards of all sizes and industries, particularly financial sector.
The board training is part of the NIST Cyber Security Professional (NCSP®) training program teaches organisations how to implement the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.
What is exciting is that this training is available through
- Comsure in the Channel Islands
- CLBS in Mauritius.
I suspect many Channel Islands and Mauritius organisations, including regulators and the government, would benefit from the training program.
Full details of the program are here: www.nistcybersecurityprofessional.website – please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org for discounts available to those in the Channel Islands and Mauritius [other jurisdictions covered – please check with Mathew details below]
- Mathew Beale - Chartered FCSI
- Principal (Director) - Comsure Compliance Limited, Comsure Technology Limited (the "Comsure Group of Companies")
- No 1 Bond Street Chambers, St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands, JE2 3NP
- Direct Tel: +44 (0) 1534 626841 - Mobile Tel: +44 (0) 7797 747 490
- email@example.com - www.comsuregroup.com
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