The risk of cyber breaches has only increased, as more employees are working remotely. Employees can be your organization’s greatest security threat, or, if you prepare them for today’s threat landscape, a critical role in supporting your organization’s cyber resilience.
Many organizations rely on standard security awareness to enhance their security posture but often, the training lacks the role-specific security context for employees to understand how what they do impacts them and the organization. So, how do you find that gap between the cybersecurity skills your employees have and those that your employees need?
In this 1-hour webinar with cybersecurity workforce development experts, CyberVista, you will learn:
- What cyber-enabled means
- What job roles should be cyber-enabled
- How to build cyber culture within your organization
- How assessments can help find vulnerabilities and enhance your organization’s security posture
To register for the webinar, please fill out the following form
About the presenters:
As the Executive Director of Professional Training at CyberVista, Joshua Hester is committed to developing the certification programs and role-based training that will best prepare professionals for real-world scenarios, and ensure their employers are able to measure that progress in real-time.
A lifelong learning enthusiast, Joshua found his passion for education during his time as a Senior Technical Instructor at New Horizons. Since then, he has managed large migration projects, developed online and traditional ILT curricula, and led teams of IT and cybersecurity subject matter experts in developing online courses, digital assessments, cloud-based labs, mobile apps and other related software.
Sonata Ožemblauskaitė is the Group Security and Compliance Manager and Product Manager at Questionmark. She is CIPP/E certified and a member of the International Association for Privacy Professionals. Sonata has 4+ years’ experience in working in legal and security matters and has a LLM in International Law and BA in International Law and International Politics. She is part of the team that created the Cybersecurity for Home-based Works assessment along with other Questionmark ready-made assessments.