Cyber Law, Policy & Ethics
This is the fourth course of a series of courses designed to provide organizational leaders at various levels with sufficient knowledge and skills to drive improvements to their organization's cybersecurity capabilities. This three day course is designed for busy risk managers and other leaders who need to understand how laws, policies and ethics intersect with cyber risk.
Topics covered in CYB604 include U.S. cybersecurity and privacy laws, intellectual property and copyright issues, confidentiality and ethics, and applicable management controls. By completing this training course, participants will understand, value, and apply the relevant laws, regulations, international and national standards in the formulation of policies and fostering ethical practices in cybersecurity.
- Match Federal cybersecurity laws to their purpose and coverage
- Given various scenarios, identify how Federal laws might be prosecuted
- Identify challenges in protecting intellectual property on the internet
- Given a scenario, identify confidentiality and privacy issues related to the use of the internet
- Identify key aspects of creating a culture that ethically uses the internet
- Given a scenario, write a cybersecurity goals and objectives for the scenario-based organization
- Given a scenario, write the outline for a cybersecurity policy that would disseminate applicable laws and regulations
Materials provided include the Cyber Law, Policy & Ethics Participant Workbook (©UTA, 2014)