• Classroom
  • Online, Instructor-Led
Course Description

Tonex presents the “Fundamentals of Laws, Policies, Procedures, or Governance Relevant to Cybersecurity for Critical Infrastructures” course, an indispensable training opportunity for cybersecurity professionals and decision-makers. This program equips participants with a profound understanding of the legal, policy, procedural, and governance aspects crucial for securing critical infrastructures. Delving into international agreements, national legislation, and sector-specific policies, participants gain insights into creating and implementing robust cybersecurity frameworks. Practical modules, including simulated threat exercises and case studies, ensure application of acquired knowledge. With a focus on compliance and best practices, this course empowers individuals to navigate the complex landscape of cybersecurity laws, fostering resilience in safeguarding critical infrastructures.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the key laws governing cybersecurity for critical infrastructures.
  • Analyze the impact of policies on cybersecurity practices in critical infrastructure settings.
  • Examine procedures for managing and responding to cybersecurity incidents in critical infrastructures.
  • Evaluate the role of governance structures in ensuring cybersecurity for critical infrastructures.
  • Identify and assess the compliance requirements related to cybersecurity in critical infrastructure sectors.
  • Explore case studies illustrating the legal and policy implications of cybersecurity incidents in critical infrastructures.
  • Develop strategies for aligning cybersecurity practices with relevant laws, policies, and procedures.
  • Discuss the ethical considerations and challenges associated with governance in the context of critical infrastructure cybersecurity.
  • Apply knowledge gained to create a comprehensive cybersecurity framework tailored to critical infrastructure needs.

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