This is a practical one-day workshop that enables delegates to plan and implement a cyber investigation team which is bespoke for their own business or organisation. Attendees will be exposed to current best working practice, evolving investigative challenges, emerging roles and functions whilst acknowledging financial constraints.
GDPR impacts greatly on the handling of personal data and this includes data obtained during cyber investigations. This will be discussed during the workshop from a risk identification and mitigation perspective.
This workshop will be delivered by a highly regarded business leader and psychologist and an accomplished cyber investigator and manager. Both have vast experience in the commercial, public and third sectors.
The topics covered are:
The cyber landscape and impact on investigation
Technical solutions and compliance including GDPR and ISO standards
Planning the cyber investigation workforce; functions
Skills and knowledge; roles, implementation and motivating the team
Plenary session, action planning and forward focus
Key learning points
At the conclusion of this training, delegates will be able to:
Describe the functions of a cyber investigation unit
Describe the structure and roles within a cyber investigation unit
Discuss the minimum technical requirements of a cyber investigation unit
Describe compliance challenges imposed by ISO 27001:2013, ISO17025, GDPR and ECHR
Identify a skeleton workforce plan for the design and implementation of their cyber investigation team
Recognise the key factors which impact on the design of a cost effective and productive team
Recognise the key factors which motivate high performing teams within the cyber environment
To book this course or for any queries you may have contact Adrian Kiernan: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01 8788 255 or fill in the form below.