Cybersecurity in your projects – Why Project Managers need Cybersecurity Training


Why have Project Management and Cybersecurity been merged?


Project Managers need to consider every challenge that the project possibly encounters as well as cybersecurity risks. Therefore, Cyber Incident Planning and Response form a critical part for the success of any project. To have this backbone, Project Managers need adequate training to be able to identify threats and to respond to them.


Furthermore, every project includes sensitive data collection and storing. Consequently, it is important to evaluate how the data is stored, how it is being shared, and what the protection is on the devices through which the data is being accessed.




Your business could be part of the global trillion-dollar loss


The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) reveals that they have received over 67,500 cybercrime reports over the 2020-21 financial year.


Cybercrime costs businesses trillion dollars globally each year. According to Harvard Business Review, businesses around the world will have an increased annual loss of $10.5 trillion by 2025 due to Cybercrime.


Do you need help to reach your (cybersecurity) goals? Then go to https://www.pmlogic.com.au/training or write to enquiries@pmlogic.com.au for more information. We will help you to reach your goals by tailoring your training package.

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