50 CISO Security Controls

Dr. Edward G. Amoroso, CEO of TAG Cyber and former CISO of AT&T, covers six broad learning sessions focused on the high-level landscape of practical control required for enterprise security teams to protect their organizations from cyber threats.
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31
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Time
intermediate
difficulty
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ceu/cpe

Overview

The Security Controls are an essential component of the CRISC certification, and provide you with the information you need to ensure that your organization’s cybersecurity infrastructure has the maturity and structure it needs to meet and exceed the demands of a changing market. The controls are derived from the TAG Cyber Fifty Enterprise Controls and cover major trends in enterprise, network, endpoint, governance, data, and industry control areas. In each session, the most important aspects of past, present, and future operation are covered, with high-level emphasis on how emerging trends in cloud, mobility, virtualization, analytics, and automation affect and influence each control area.

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What Will I Learn?
Foundations
Focused on the core IT competencies that cybersecurity professionals need to succeed in any career path.
Defensive Security
Focused on trying to find the bad guys. Topics such as threat intelligence, threat hunting, network monitoring, incident response. Defensive security is a reactive measure taken once a vulnerability is found through prevention, detection, and response.
Engineering and Operations
Focused on building and operating information systems.
Governance, Risk, and Compliance
Focused on the core IT competencies that cybersecurity professionals need to succeed in any career path.
Leadership and Management
Focused on program design and oversight. Covers project and program management.
Offensive Security
Focused on validating security controls by trying to break them (i.e. penetration testing or ethical hacking). Topics such as Kali Linux, metasploit, scanning, and privilege escalation. Offensive security seeks out the problem or vulnerability through ethical hacking and finds a solution to disable the operation.
Offensive Security
Focused on the core IT competencies that cybersecurity professionals need to succeed in any career path.

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