*SMU Certificate in IT Risk, Governance and Security (IBF Level 1) - Class confirmed
Recent high-profile cyber crimes and IT breaches across the globe have made headline news. With digitilization rapidly transforming the financial services industry, managing technology risk is now a business priority.
It is critical for banking professionals to understand and manage IT risks, threats and vulnerabilities, to safeguard business continuity and reputation.
Benchmarked to industry standards and best practices, this 2-day certification program provides the fundamental framework to identify risks and implement controls against potential security concerns.
|Programme Code||SMU Certificate in IT Risk, Governance and Security (IBF Level 1): P160527EFY|
Who Should Attend
Governance and Management Oversight
Managing Contingency Risk
Risk, Threats & Vulnerabilities
Cyber Security Components
Cyber Security Frameworks & Standards
Cyber Security Attack & Defence Modelling
Assessment & Certification
Participants who complete and pass the assessment will receive the SMU Certificate in IT Risk, Governance and Security (IBF Level 1). This programme is one of five accredited modules that stacks up to the SMU Professional Certificate in Technology and Operations (IBF Level 1) and the “IBF Qualified” certification by the Institute of Banking & Finance.
Type of Course
Finance, Financial IT and Risk Management
Fees & Funding
SGD $1,500 (excl. GST)
Net fee payable upfront for eligible self-sponsored applicants:
Singaporeans and PRs
The programme is designed for T&O professionals seeking to advance their careers and for new entrants aspiring to embark on T&O careers in the wholesale treasury markets.
1 & 2 Mar 2018
For enquiries, please contact Chiew Yee at 6828 0971, Jaclyn at 6828 0254 or email email@example.com
Please click here for the programme policies, terms and conditions.
Leonard Ong has over 15 years of information and corporate security experiences gained in telecommunication, enterprise and banking industries. He held various roles within the security profession, with responsibilities in information security, corporate security, project management, consulting and business development. Currently Associate Director at Merck, Leonard also serves on the ISACA Board of Directors.