You know just about everything there is know about intelligence or physical security. And then the cyber people show up. They talk in a way that's almost incomprehensible and what do those acronyms even mean? Their language is so weird that you're not even sure how to ask smart questions. That's not setting you up for success. In this session, we'll explain cyber in ordinary language so you can navigate future cyber conversations without the road blocks, confusion, and false starts. Training session are three one-hour courses starting December 14th, 16th and 18th at 11:00 am PST. Price includes all three sessions. Exclusive one-time introductory course pricing.
Leading edge interactive learning
This course is broken up into three, live one-hour courses. We will provide 30 minutes of content and allow 30 minutes for questions and comments so you can tell us what your challenges are and we can focus our content on what you need to know in the next session. At the end of these three sessions you will:
* Understand basic language of cyber
* Know what basic acronyms mean and their use
* Apply cyber speak from your perspective
* Be able to ask questions of the cyber folks so you understand
Who should take this class?
Physical Security and Threat Intelligence Professionals: Enhance your career and skills by stepping into the cyber world and understand the basics for intelligent conversations.
Managers and Executives: Understand cyber terminology and use to better communicate and read cyber reports, understand potential cyber threats and more.
Risk, Compliance and Human Resource Professionals: Step into the world of cyber from a basic understanding to communicate effectively with cyber groups.
Federal Agents and Law Enforcement: Master techniques to communicate with cyber groups for investigations and to improve job skills.
Center for Threat Intelligence is proud to be selected as an approved provider for Department of Homeland Security’s National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies (NICCS).
Kip Boyle is an experienced cyber risk manager. Before serving as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of PEMCO Insurance in Seattle for 7 years, he was a captain on active duty in the US Air Force. During his military service, served as the director of enterprise network security for both the Combat Archer and F-22 Stealth Fighter programs. Over the course of his career, he's worked advised non-technical executives and physical security teams in both the defense and private sector. These days, he serves as virtual CISO for many customers, including a professional sports team and fast-growing FinTech and AdTech companies. And now, he's sharing his insider's perspective with you!
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