Free invite to participate At the IT Governance day on the 18th of February 2021 at 2:30 PM CET
At the IT Governance day on the 18th of February 2021 at 2:30 PM CET, we address the topical and timely IT, Data, and systems issues. It can help raise their IT and cybersecurity effectiveness and proportionality to avoid malicious cyber activity that causes unprecedented harm to the company.
We invite you to participate in a free webinar on:
The IT Governance Day
|Timing:||From 14:30-17:00 CET|
|Theme:||Boost IT Governance Knowledge and Address The Challenges|
|Date:||The 18th of February, 2021|
|Venue:||Online event. The participation link will be provided after registration|
|Registration:||Please use refcode PP100 when you register to secure your free registration for this webinar: https://www.copenhagencompliance.com/2021-global-it-governance-day/register/|
In most companies, the introduction of IT Governance is long overdue. Most companies are faced with an ever-increasing number of cyber-attacks that undermine the integrity and security of the Data and IT systems, networks and processes, and corporate competitiveness and reputational damage. The right launch of the multiple components of IT Governance can reinforce the corporate capacity to prevent, protect and respond to cyber-threats and malicious cyber-activities.
The introduction of IT Governance components lays the foundation structure around how the organisation aligns the IT strategy with business strategy, ensuring that companies stay on track to achieve their strategy and goals. After the introduction, the journey continues by implementing restrictive measures and other ways to measure and complete the IT controls and monitor, measure, and manage the IT and cybersecurity controls. Later the company can introduce tools and framework that provide the technical or material support and make it possible to:
- detect cybercriminal activities.
- cyber-attacks that can cause a significant impact to the organisations’ Data and IT systems.
- hinder that hackers retrieve sensitive information resulting in substantial economic losses.
- make cyber-attacks inaccessible by targeting computers with ransomware.
- blocking access to data, resulting in significant financial losses, or attempted cyber-attacks.
For details see: https://www.copenhagencompliance.com/2021-global-it-governance-day/
Please use refcode PP100 when you register to secure your free registration for this webinar: https://www.copenhagencompliance.com/2021-global-it-governance-day/register/