RESILIA Training

RESILIA is a set of cyber resilience best practices for organisations. Cyber resilience allows an organisation to resist, respond to and recover from attacks on their information and assets.

Cyber threats to organisations are increasing all the time, ranging from attacks by internal staff through to state sponsored cyber attacks.

RESILIA best practices provide a lifecycle based approach to improving organisational cyber resilience, with a strong focus on supporting organisational goals and governance.

Resilia Training

RESILIA Foundation Course

The RESILIA Foundation qualification takes delegates through a lifecycle approach to organisational cyber resilience, from creating a strategy aligned to business objectives through to operational cyber resilience activities.

RESILIA Foundation Exam

Once you’ve completed your training, you can gain a globally recognised certification with the RESILIA Foundation Exam.

RESILIA Practitioner Course

The RESILIA Practitioner qualification builds on knowledge acquired during the RESILIA Foundation training and challenges delegates to apply and adapt cyber resilience best practice.

RESILIA Practitioner Exam

Once you’ve completed your training, you can gain a globally recognised certification with the RESILIA Practitioner Exam.

About Resilia

RESILIA offers practical guidance, training and learning for the entire organization, including the boardroom, IT, risk and business professionals, so that they better understand the risks and benefits of effective Cyber Resilience.

The certification is aimed at IT and security, risk functions and all core business functions including HR, finance, procurement, operations and marketing.

RESILIA training can be used to raise staff awareness of threats, and change staff behaviours to minimise risk.

RESILIA best practice uses a lifecycle approach to aid effective deployment and management of Cyber Resilience in an organization. The lifecycles are complementary to ITIL as they follow the same Strategy, Design, Transition, Operation and Continuous Improvement structure. The best practice covers what activities, controls and management processes should be in each lifecycle.

Organizations already using ITIL for service management will find that Cyber Resilience can easily be integrated into this existing management systems, with Cyber Resilience controls and management becoming an extension of existing business-as-usual processes.

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