Cyber-Safeguard Awareness Programme (C-SAP)

 

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Our IBF-FTS* approved Cyber-Safeguard Awareness Programme (C-SAP) program is designed to help companies increase the level of awareness of users – the Weakest Link in cyber defense. *IBF-FTS (Institute of Banking & Finance) Scheme provides (90% or 50%) training grants to eligible staff.

CyberQuote’s Cyber-Safeguard Awareness Programme is a Tailored-Programme to ensure your staff are aware of cyber security threats that would be detrimental to your organization.

Programme Structure

4 hours of eLearning and 3 hours of classroom workshop (Total 7 hours)

  1. e-Learning User Awareness (2 modules of 2 hours each. Total 4 hours)
    Raise the overall IT Security Awareness level in the organisation based on Key Principles of the Information Security Policies and Standards Manual and MAS* Technology Risk Management Guidelines and Notices. (*Monetary Authority of Singapore)
  2. User Awareness Workshop (3 hours)
    Demonstrate why you are a target for cyber-attacks and how attackers will seek to target you as a way to steal sensitive data or funds.
    The results of phishing exercises are used as illustrative case studies to bring home the urgency of cyber awareness.
  3. Value-Added Services
  • Simulated Ethical Phishing Attack (for corporate customers)
  • Security Incident Updates

 

Programme Objectives

Help companies increase the level of awareness of users

 

Target Audience

All company staff with internet and email access

 

Competency Level

Level 1

 

Course Outline

eLearning Module One: Key Principles of Information Security (2-hours)

  1. Objectives
  2. What is Information Security
  3. Information Classification
  4. Information Handling
  5. Information Security Policies and Standards’ Manual
  6. Who, Why, What?
  7. Types of Cyber Attacks/Threats
  8. Tips and Guidelines
  9. QUIZ

 

eLearning Module Two: Information Security Awareness – Singapore Regulatory Requirements (2-hours)

  1. Training Objectives
  2. Key Topics of the MAS Technology Risk Management Guidelines  and  Notices:-
    • General Overview
    • Oversight of Technology Risks by Board of Directors and Senior Management
    • Technology Risk Management Framework
    • Management of IT Outsourcing Risks
    • Acquisition and Development of Information Systems
    • IT Service Management
    • Systems Reliability, Availability and Recovery
    • Operational Infrastructure Security Management
    • Data Centres’ Protection and Controls
    • Access Control
    • Online Financial Services
    • Customer Protection and Education
  3. Computer Misuse and Cybersecurity Act
  4. Cybersecurity Advisories from MAS
  5. Real Life Examples of Security Incidents
  6. QUIZ

 

Workshop Outline (3-hours):

  1. Information Security Overview
  2. Who is CISO?
  3. Risk Management Framework
  4. Why, How, Who, When?
  5. How much do we spend?
  6. Most affected businesses
  7. Targets & Threats
  8. Singapore Cyber Landscape
  9. Cyber Law for Singapore
  10. 8 well-known Mega Breaches
  11. What it takes to be safe?
  12. User Awareness is crucial
  13. Partners in crime!
  14. Live Demo – Phishing
  15. Live Demo – Virus Installation, Cracking Password
  16. Wi-Fi Risks Demo
  17. Incident Response Plan

 

*IBF-FTS Scheme Applicable (For more information, click here)

This programme has been accredited under the IBF Standards, and is eligible for funding under the IBF Financial Training Scheme (IBF-FTS), subject to all eligibility criteria being met.

IBF-FTS provides 50% funding for direct training costs per candidate (Singaporeans and PRs) per programme subject to all eligibility criteria being met.

With effect from 1 July 2016, Singapore Citizens aged 40 years old and above are eligible for 90% co-funding of direct training costs per participant per programme.