Cyber Risk Management Certificate
Butler Executive Education and The Lucas College and Graduate School of Business at San Jose State University have joined forces to offer the online Cyber Risk Management Certificate. Backed by accredited experts who understand how to effectively manage, implement, and communicate risk management models company-wide, this certificate offers a powerful collaboration with San José State University’s wealth of cybersecurity knowledge and Butler University’s programming in risk and insurance. This certificate provides a concise, self-paced overview of current cyber risk management trends, tools, and techniques—and how to easily apply them within any organization. Each of the certificate’s four modules takes about 3–10 hours to complete.
Get the Skills You Need
- Understand categories of pure risk and cyber risk faced by various entities.
- Identify and prioritize specific 3rd party errors and omissions and liability risks resulting from IT premises, products, operations, and consulting for treatment.
- Read and interpret cyber risk insurance policies and coverage.
- Price specific insurance risks.
- Gain organizational buy-in and reporting to c-suite on cyber risk management.
- Reduce overall cost of risk to an organization.
- Determine when to use certain risk management tools and models.
- Build and implement a Factor Analysis of Information Risk (FAIR) Roadmap.
The cost for the four modules is $1,995.
- Understanding specific types of risk management and risk mitigation techniques.
- Total cost of risk and objective of risk management.
- Communicating cyber risk management value to an organization and ROI.
- Ability to identify and prioritize specific 1st party property, equipment, inventory, and risks for treatment.
- Ability to identify and prioritize specific 3rd party E&O and liability risks resulting from products, operations, and consulting for treatment.
- Underwriting property, liability, and cyber exposures.
- How to price specific insurance risks.
- How to get cyber insurance based on organizational needs.
- Where and how buy insurance and the global insurance market.
- How to read and interpret cyber risk insurance policies and coverage.
- Managing overall risk and cyber risk.
- Understanding the roles of different stakeholders in the organization’s cybersecurity posture.
- When to use certain risk management tools and models.
- Decision-making lifecycle leading toward a reasonable standard of care in cybersecurity.
- Using risk analysis to support decisions.
- Defining and describing risks as quantifiable loss scenarios.
- Estimating risk factors with and without complete information.
- Using risk modeling tools (FAIR Risk Analysis Tool).
- Resolving disputes when professionals disagree.
- Support community, additional information sources, next professional development steps.