Be Prepared for Today's Cybersecurity Challenges
Due to OVERWHELMING DEMAND, we can’t guarantee seating during the live webinar. However, all registrants will receive a recording of the webinar 1 hour after the live event.
Today’s business analysis professionals are facing a challenge beyond defining systems or solutions; organizations are looking for well-versed BAs to help overcome critical cybersecurity challenges. In this webinar, together with IEEE Computer Society, we examine the basics of cybersecurity for BAs and discuss key topics such as:
- How business analysis is changing cybersecurity
- A look at cybersecurity issues, concepts and mitigation procedures
- Apply business analysis best practices to advance cybersecurity initiatives
We also take a specific look at what business analysts, data analysts, and process analysts need to know to understand cybersecurity.
ABOUT OUR PANELISTS
TERRY BARESH is a Principal BA at Securian Financial Group as a member of a cybersecurity strategy consultancy. He received his CBAP from IIBA in 2016 and has over fifteen years’ experience practicing business analysis and a background in systems and network administration, manufacturing operations, and project management. During the past five years, Terry worked as a member of several cybersecurity organizations leading digital transformation and change management initiatives.
BINDU CHANNAVEERAPPA, BA Consultant and Director of IIBA UK London Communities. Bindu comes with 15 years of experience and is qualified from IIBA and BCS. She, later on, studied Security Management and since has become a keen advocate to make Cybersecurity inclusive within the business analysis. She is part of the IIBA’s Cybersecurity Certification team authoring the IIBA Cybersecurity Certification curriculum and the exam questions.
RICH HILLIARD is a practicing software systems architect. He is chair of the Enterprise Information Technology committee of the Professional and Educational Activities Board at the IEEE Computer Society and is active in ISO and IEEE standards development.