About the Course
The FFIEC has developed the Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (CAT) to help banking institutions identify their cybersecurity risks and determine cybersecurity preparedness. The CAT provides a repeatable and measurable process for financial institutions to measure cybersecurity preparedness over time.
This on-line CPE event covers how to approach compliance with this banking industry regulation.
This CCS online CPE training event covers the various standard components of an effective cybersecurity program and how to use the CAT properly.
Does your bank have the right level of maturity for your Cybersecurity Risk Management activities compared to the inherent risk levels?
The FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (CAT) is a diagnostic testing tool that helps internal auditors identify a bank's level of inherent risk and determine the maturity level of their cybersecurity programs.
This training course looks at the way cybersecurity inherent risks can vary significantly based on the financial institution's activities. It is important for a bank's internal audit function to evaluate and analyze the financial institution's inherent risk levels to cybersecurity threats and vulnerabilities. CAT, which is the basis for this training event, provides a method for measuring a bank's inherent risk levels across several categories, including delivery channels, connection types, external threats, and organizational characteristics.
This comprehensive training course is for anyone who wants to have a strong base of knowledge and understanding of the FFIEC CAT and its use within a banking institution.
This timely, 16 hour CPE training seminar is designed for the project director, project leader and individuals who have to create an effective cybersecurity assessment within their internal audit activities.
Each attendee will receive 16 CPE Hours (YB). A certificate of completion will be provided.