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CCO - Cybersecurity Compliance Officer

Overview

Duration: 5 days
Become a Chief Cybersecurity Officer by enrolling into the Rocheston Certified Cybersecurity Compliance Officer (RCCO) Course. This course will equip you with skills for the next generation of cyberspace activities that the world is gearing up for.

The Chief Cybersecurity Officer is the most coveted position in every company, academic organization and government agency around the world, that is replacing all other courses in the cybersecurity domain.

As the cyberspace keeps evolving, it is important that organizations conform and adhere to the standards, regulations and requirements; as cyber technology will slowly take over and cybersecurity will become an essential part of life itself. Join this course to better equip yourself. The future is now!
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Objectives

Compliance is a crucial part of modern-day tech security.
Compliance can be defined as an entity’s ongoing adherence to a specific industry’s security rulesets, regulations, and obligations.
More often than not, in industry, this is in the context of data and information security. There are several motivations for an organization to stay compliant.
• CCOs deter potential legal consequences and massive lawsuits - Losing critical customer data is often a shameful event for any organization. The data being compromised and falling into the wrong hands is even worse. The legal ramifications to such data breaches can cost the company, even millions of dollars. Avoiding such messy lawsuits is a benefit of compliance. CCOs can weed out such issues at its root.
• Establish and retain the trust of your clientele. - Customers appreciate confidentiality and security. Your efforts to close all security loopholes will not go unnoticed.
• Do your company wonders - Prevention is better than cure. Flaunt your rock-solid security and build a positive brand reputation.
• Educate your employees - Educate your employees on their importance in the compliance process. Perks can be provided to individuals who religiously follow security protocol.

Content

Domain 1: DATA Protection
Domain 2: Scanning, Logging and Monitoring
Domain 3: Infrastructure Security
Domain 4: Extreme Hacking Penetration Testing
Domain 5: CyberForensics
Domain 6: Identity and User Protection
Domain 7: Hardware Security
Domain 8: Application Security
Domain 9: OS Security
Domain 10: Governance
Domain 11: Frameworks

Audience

Specialist training is required for individuals who desire to be cybersecurity compliance experts. Organizations need to employ a future-oriented approach when dealing with threats and vulnerabilities. The rise of cybersecurity concerns brings with it a need for protocol and strategies adapted to rectify these concerns. The rise in security loopholes and protocol has created an urgent need for a next generation course in compliance.

The demand for compliance experts is only expected to grow exponentially over the next decade. The Cybersecurity Compliance course is an ideal step-up for security professionals looking to broaden their professional horizons. The phrase Information Security has been replaced by Cybersecurity. The CISO title needs an upgrade to CCO reflecting the changing threat landscape.

Prerequisites

A Bachelor’s degree with one year of professional experience or credential in computer science, engineering, mathematics, or other information technology related fields. You will need basic hacking, networking, system administration, and Linux skills.

Certification

With the advent of Internet-of-things, and 24/7 businesses, the need for security and cohesion has never been greater. The consequences of having security loopholes are dire indeed, as it is not just the company’s confidential information that is affected. In business, companies deal with massive amounts of confidential data. Thus, as technology moves forward, there is a corresponding need to regulate security concerns as an ongoing process. This regulatory framework is compliance.
The process of continually planning, doing, checking, and acting has a dizzying amount of protocol, paperwork, and intricacies associated with it. Cybersecurity initiatives do not become viable until compliance is established.

Specialist training is required for individuals who desire to be cybersecurity compliance experts. Organizations need to employ a future-oriented approach when dealing with threats and vulnerabilities. The rise of cybersecurity concerns brings with it a need for protocol and strategies adapted to rectify these concerns. The rise in security loopholes and protocol has created an urgent need for a next generation course in compliance.

The demand for compliance experts is only expected to grow ex
potentially over the next decade. The Cybersecurity Compliance course is an ideal step-up for security professionals looking to broaden their professional horizons.

The phrase Information Security has been replaced by Cybersecurity. The CISO title needs an upgrade to CCO reflecting the changing threat landscape.

You have the CEO, CTO, COO, CIO and CFO management titles. It is time to add next generation cybersecurity management title CCO too.

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