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Raising digital business risk awareness in the Boardroom


The level of scrutiny regarding Board Member knowledge of digital business and associated cyber risk management is ever increasing.
Accredited through APMG International, UK NCSC Assured Training and listed as qualified cyber training by Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (DHS CISA) in the US, the NIST Cyber Security Professional (NCSP®) training programme teaches individuals and organisations “HOW” to engineer, operationalise and continually improve a NIST Cyber Security Framework (NIST-CSF) Program (

NCSP® Digital Business Risk Awareness Certificate

This 2-hour self-paced, eLearning NCSP® Digital Business Risk Awareness Certificate course is perfect for Board Members/Business Owners and introduces participants to the fundamentals of:

  • Digital business and its evolution,
  • Digital business and associated cyber risk and its relationship to digital business value; and
  • The NIST Cybersecurity Framework and its role in helping organizations protect its digital business value.
Course Features
  • 2 hours of instructor-led video presentations
  • UK NCSC Assured Training, APMG International Accredited, USA DHS CISA Listed Qualified Cyber Training
  • "Fundamentals of Adopting the NIST Cybersecurity Framework" eBook
  • Individual Certificate of Completion
  • 2 Hours Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Credits
  • Individual NCSP® Awareness Certificate Digital Badge
  • Access to the NIST Cyber Security Professional (NCSP®) LinkedIn community

The organisational "NCSP® Verified - Level 1 Digital Business Risk Aware" digital badge verifies that all Board Members have undertaken and completed the NCSP® Digital Business Risk Awareness Certificate course and have gained an understanding of the fundamentals of digital transformation, digital business value, cybersecurity risk management and how the NIST Cybersecurity Framework can play a role in creating, protecting and delivering digital business value.


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