Business Continuity Planning and Legal Compliance in Cybersecurity

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SKU
SC-132
Respond to and recover from cyber incidents

A follow up course to Cybersecurity Incident Management Fundamentals, analyse vulnerability in processes and operations to minimise the impact cyber incidents have on business processes. 

This course may be stacked into a Master degree. 

$1,700.00

Key facts

Course category
Information Technology and Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity, Master Microcredentials, IT and Project Management
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Duration
4 weeks
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Prerequisite/s
Cybersecurity Incident Management Fundamentals
Certification
Digital Credential

Why this course?

Learn how to analyse vulnerability in processes and operations and identify technical measures after cyber incidents - and how to minimise the impact cybersecurity incidents have on business processes.

 

Together, with Cybersecurity Incident Management Fundamentals, this microcredential can be stacked into a subject for potential advanced standing in the Master of Cybersecurity.  

Why study a short course at La Trobe

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Course content

Aimed at novices in cybersecurity, this course will give you the skills and knowledge to maintain business operations during and after a cybersecurity incident and ensure compliance to relevant legislation and regulations. 

will be able to evaluate and propose a business continuity plan and formulate a legal and regulatory compliance strategy to support incident management. help you understand 

Course topics will include:

  • Business continuity evaluation and planning
  • Formulation of a legal and regulatory compliance strategy 
  • Emerging cybersecurity practices, regulations and standards to to safeguard data, systems and networks.   

On successful completion of this course, you will be awarded a digital credential and earn 10 credit points that can be accumulated with its partner course, Cybersecurity Incident Management Fundamentals, to stack into 'Cybersecurity Incident Management (CSE5ISM)', a subject within the Master of Cybersecurity. 

 

You’ll learn:

This microcredential will equip you with a sound knowledge of incident management planning and obligations and basic skills in:

  • Incident response approaches 
  • Business processes and technical mechanisms in responding to security incidents
  • Evaluating and proposing continuity planning
  • How to develop a legal and regulatory compliance strategy

 

Your study experience

The course is delivered live, online over 4 weeks.  The total expected time commitment for this course is 80 hours.

 

The assessment for this course comprises the submission of two reports:

  • Cybersecurity governance framework (1200 words, 50%)
  • Business continuity, operational resilience (1200 words, 50%).

 

Frequently Asked Questions

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I would like information about a short course. Who can assist me?  

Email: LaTrobeProfessional@latrobe.edu.au 

Phone: 1300 135 045

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No, course fees need to be paid in full before you can commence the course.

I cannot pay by credit card. Are there other payment options available? 

To arrange payment by BPAY or EFT, please contact LaTrobeProfessional@latrobe.edu.au 

I have paid the fee for a short course. When will I have access to the course?  

Access to courses is generally available two weeks in advance of the scheduled course start date, or as advised in the registration confirmation email.  Course materials are made available via our Learning Management System (LMS) for which you will be provided with your username and initial password.

I need to defer my registration. How do I go about this? 

Prior to your course commencing, you may request a deferral of your registration to the next available course date, by contacting executive_professional_education@latrobe.edu.au.  

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I want to enrol multiple staff in a short course. How do I go about this? 

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