The importance of cyberskills today and tomorrow
As businesses increasingly take steps to protect themselves from cyberattacks, demand for cybersecurity products and services will continue to increase, providing growth opportunities for the organizations that supply them. A highly skilled workforce will enable cybersuppliers to derive maximum benefit from these opportunities.
A better understanding cyberecosystem elements, their relationships and main performance drivers makes it possible to plan and develop effective cybersecurity readiness, even within the limited resources and capabilities of small enterprises.
Cyberdefense requires short-term and long-term solutions for cybersecurity professionals in obtaining knowledge in different dimensions.
Privacy, Governance & Risk Management
Sintija Deruma, ISACA Latvia Chapter President, Cybersecurity & Privacy executive
Sintija Deruma, CISM is the president of ISACA Latvia Chapter. She is an industry recognized executive with strong business acumen and over 10 years of information security experience. She is completely inspired by the challenge of creating and growing Information Security practices and programs within large organizations, which fits nicely with her passion for managing and developing people.
Sintija has also served as a voluntary expert at Latvian Information and communications technology association (LIKTA). This allowed her to take part in the law development processes in such areas as Critical Infrastructure Protection, National Cyber Security Strategy and The Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) survey. Sintija is one of the founders and a member of Latvian information security experts group [DEG] formed in 2012.
She is also directly responsible for the management of master degree programme (MBA in Cybersecurity Management) at BA School of Business and Finance.