Cyber Security Bodies of Knowledge, Regulations, Standards and Compliance

This course uses the most recognized eight information and cyber security domains, commonly used standards, and international and Canadian regulatory requirements to establish the fundamental bodies of knowledge that is required for effective cyber security management and leadership.  This body of knowledge includes: Security and risk management, asset security, security architecture, communications and network security, identity and access management, security assessments and testing, security operations, software development security, regulatory bodies, standards, and compliance requirements.  From broad discussions to practical applications, participants will learn what, why and how to apply the bodies of knowledge to help them become more effective managers and project leaders.  Participants will leave with a solid foundation in information and cyber security and be better prepared to protect and respond to the cyber threats and challenges their organizations are facing.

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  • Individuals who have a need to upgrade their information and cyber security skills. Managers, project leads, project managers, team members and employees where their day-to-day roles and responsibilities are impacted by information and cyber security threats, challenges, risks, and requirements.

Alan McCafferty is a Senior Business Analyst with 25+ years of progressive experience working with public organizations, not-for-profits, start-ups, and multi-national corporations.  Educated in Canada, the USA and Europe in multiple disciplines including Engineering, Business, Risk Management, and Lean 6 Sigma, he is the author of more than 25 white papers and the recipient of the Canada Award for Excellence. During his career, Alan has led the delivery of multi-year $1 billion+, mission critical information technology projects.  As a Cyber Security SME, Alan was key in the developed of the University of Ottawa’s Professional Development Institute cyber security program and teaches several of the courses.  Alan has successfully completed IT, Security, Process, Threat Risk Assessments (TRA), Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA), health and safety projects for federal government departments, provincial healthcare organizations and national not-for-profit organizations.  As a senior consultant, he uses his Lean 6 Sigma skills, along with his risk and security experience to help organizations implement low waste, and effective lean processes in areas such as information security management systems, business continuity, department security plans, quality management systems, health, and safety management systems.


Mark Hearn is a seasoned Business Leader and technical Product Management executive, bringing technology and business together to solve market problems for over 25 years. Mark’s expertise in software security and anti-reverse engineering has helped industry leaders solve critical product security issues with innovation and minimized risk. As a product security evangelist, Mark has spoken at many industry conferences and engaged in panel discussions on the need to protect software products from attack. He is an expert on the business risks associated with reverse engineering and the critical impact that hacking could have for manufacturers, and for their customers. Mark has held executive roles in product management and strategic market development, developing expertise in both the business-critical and technical functions related to business strategy, use/abuse cases, technical requirements, competitive analysis, and security threat-risk analysis.

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Security Policy Institute

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This course uses the most recognized eight information and cyber security domains, commonly used standards, and international and Canadian regulatory requirements to establish the fundamental bodies of knowledge that is required for effective cyber security management and leadership.  This body of knowledge includes: Security and risk management, asset security, security architecture, communications and network security, identity and access management, security assessments and testing, security operations, software development security, regulatory bodies, standards, and compliance requirements.  From broad discussions to practical applications, participants will learn what, why and how to apply the bodies of knowledge to help them become more effective managers and project leaders.  Participants will leave with a solid foundation in information and cyber security and be better prepared to protect and respond to the cyber threats and challenges their organizations are facing.

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Cyber Security Bodies of Knowledge, Regulations, Standards and Compliance

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10days before the course start date

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Alan McCafferty is a Senior Business Analyst with 25+ years of progressive experience working with public organizations, not-for-profits, start-ups, and multi-national corporations.  Educated in Canada, the USA and Europe in multiple disciplines including Engineering, Business, Risk Management, and Lean 6 Sigma, he is the author of more than 25 white papers and the recipient of the Canada Award for Excellence. During his career, Alan has led the delivery of multi-year $1 billion+, mission critical information technology projects.  As a Cyber Security SME, Alan was key in the developed of the University of Ottawa’s Professional Development Institute cyber security program and teaches several of the courses.  Alan has successfully completed IT, Security, Process, Threat Risk Assessments (TRA), Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA), health and safety projects for federal government departments, provincial healthcare organizations and national not-for-profit organizations.  As a senior consultant, he uses his Lean 6 Sigma skills, along with his risk and security experience to help organizations implement low waste, and effective lean processes in areas such as information security management systems, business continuity, department security plans, quality management systems, health, and safety management systems.


Mark Hearn is a seasoned Business Leader and technical Product Management executive, bringing technology and business together to solve market problems for over 25 years. Mark’s expertise in software security and anti-reverse engineering has helped industry leaders solve critical product security issues with innovation and minimized risk. As a product security evangelist, Mark has spoken at many industry conferences and engaged in panel discussions on the need to protect software products from attack. He is an expert on the business risks associated with reverse engineering and the critical impact that hacking could have for manufacturers, and for their customers. Mark has held executive roles in product management and strategic market development, developing expertise in both the business-critical and technical functions related to business strategy, use/abuse cases, technical requirements, competitive analysis, and security threat-risk analysis.

Audience: 

Individuals who have a need to upgrade their information and cyber security skills. Managers, project leads, project managers, team members and employees where their day-to-day roles and responsibilities are impacted by information and cyber security threats, challenges, risks, and requirements.

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This course is supported by SCALE AI. All persons employed in Canada are eligible to benefit from a 50% discount on enrolment fees.

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SCALE AI - Cyber Security Bodies of Knowledge, Regulations, Standards and Compliance (Online Session)
March 22, 23, 24, 25, 2022
9:00 - 12:00
$497.50
Cyber Security Bodies of Knowledge, Regulations, Standards and Compliance (Online Session)
March 22, 23, 24, 25, 2022
9:00 - 12:00
$995.00
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