Review of building collective cybersecurity – 2022 (3 CPD points)

Cybersecurity is one of the most systemically important issues facing the world today. In little over a decade, cybersecurity has been transformed from a primarily technical domain centred on securing networks and technology to a major strategic topic of global importance. Cybersecurity is a pillar of a digitally resilient society. It is essential for assuring the integrity of the interconnected business and social processes that sit on top of modern societies’ complex digital ecosystems. Its growing importance as an issue has been tracked by the World Economic Forum Global Risk report and now the potential impact of cyberattacks is consistently ranked as one of the biggest risks facing the global economy today.

World Economic Forum:

This year's Report was published 2020 and shares key information on building collective cybersecurity...

External auditors and financial accountants should consider the content in terms of external risk that might affect the future sustainability of their client companies.

Internal auditors should consider these perceptions in the design of the three-year rolling plan and the risk-based audit plan.  We attach the report for your convenience, and it can be downloaded and/or read online.  This is available without cost, but should you like to claim 3 CPD points, you can also complete the online questionnaire (multiple choice).  The online questionnaire relates directly to the content of the WEF report.

The cost for the questionnaire and the corresponding CPD certificate is R90 per person.  This can be procured online, or you can direct an email to us at  Our admin office will then revert back with an official quote and invoice which can be settled via normal EFT processes.

Course Features

  • Lectures 0
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  • Duration 1 week
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 64
  • Certificate Yes
  • Assessments Self
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