In this interconnected world, no retailer can afford to miss out on the advancement of online shopping and e-commerce. However, the online business opportunities come with their own set of risks that expose retailers and consumers to cybercrime. The NTT 2016 Global Threat Intelligence Report revealed that cybercriminals are increasingly targeting the retail sector, shifting the focus from traditional financial markets. Security technology itself can no longer provide 100% protection for the retail industry. As culture has an enormous impact on employees’ behaviours – security practitioners have called for the creation of security culture to positively influence employees’ behaviours towards better protecting organisational information assets.
- Explain the key components of cybersecurity network architecture.
- Describe cybersecurity architecture principles.
- Explain risk management processes and practices.
- Understand security tools and hardening techniques.
- Define types of incidents including categories, responses and timelines for response.
- Know the new and emerging security technologies.
- Identify threats and risks within context of the cybersecurity architecture.
This highly intensive program is designed for Directors, Senior Managers, Executives and Officers at all functional levels in the retail industry.
Dr. Michael Lim PhD MSc MBA BSc CSCP
Michael holds a doctorate in Information Security from the University of Melbourne and also a Certified Security Culture Practitioner (CSCP). Over the course of his career with the Ministry of Home Affairs, he has worked in several departments, that include legal, investigation, protective security, ICT security and digital media. He is the editor of the Journal of Institute of Public Security of Malaysia (IPSOM) since 2013. He is an expert in Security Culture Measurement and Security Policy Quality Assessment.