ARLINGTON, Va., Dec. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Cybersecurity education and workforce development company CyberVista today announced open registration for Cyber Resolve – three one-day training workshops, giving board members and executives the knowledge and tools to better address cybersecurity risks facing their businesses. The first workshop will take place at the Westin New York at Times Square on May 1, 2017.
"Now more than ever, boards and executives need to understand what cyber issues they face in order to successfully address them," said Amjed Saffarini, CyberVista CEO. "We know the unique roles and responsibilities of corporate leaders and have modeled our Cyber Resolve workshop program after conducting in-boardroom cyber risk trainings in some of the world's largest companies."
CyberVista's Cyber Resolve workshops offer a comprehensive approach to fundamentals of cybersecurity governance and management, providing engaging content that teaches attendees how to avoid, accept, transfer or mitigate cyber risks unique to their business. Participants will learn how to identify vulnerabilities; take steps to reduce cyber risks; regularly maintain and evaluate the effectiveness of cyber-related implementations; and, how to handle a major cyber incident or breach.
CyberVista will host executive programs in New York, NY, San Francisco, CA and Chicago, IL. To fit an individual company's need, customized workshops can also be delivered in a boardroom, audit committee, or as part of an executive retreat.
"There is a lot more knowledge and substantive accuracy in what I heard in the previous talks than really anywhere else," said past workshop attendee Justin Zeefe, co-founder, NISOS Group. "There is some very useful, valuable, and good information."
CyberVista is a cybersecurity training and workforce development company whose mission is to create a cyber-ready workforce through personalized training programs that provide organizations with the people, knowledge and skills required to defend their most critical assets. With parent Graham Holdings Company and sister company Kaplan, Inc.'s innovative education technologies and personalized approach to learning, CyberVista offers a new vision for board, executive, and workforce cybersecurity education. For more information, visit www.cybervista.net.