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Cybersecurity is a huge issue. The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), which is part of GCHQ, has reported that – between 2016-17 – over £11 million was stolen from clients’ monies held law firms. Sixty percent of law firms have reported breaches of information security.

RESILIA® Frontline is cybersecurity awareness training for all your employees. Delivered via interactive e-learning modules, RESILIA® Frontline equips staff with the skills and behaviours they need to make the right decisions at the right time in the face of increasing cyber risks.

RESILIA Frontline

RESILIA® Frontline training course is aimed at all employees in the firm who use technology. It is a complete approach in terms of the day-to-day procedures required to safeguard the organisation. Its training is the essence of cyber resilience empowering legal workers with the strengths to diminish cyber risks.

RESILIA® Frontline training can be customised to the requirements of the organisation and its individuals. It can work alongside existing information security training or create a complete programme of cybersecurity awareness training for all staff.

RESILIA® Frontline modules include:

  • Phishing
  • Social engineering
  • Online safety
  • Social media
  • BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)
  • Removable media
  • Password safety
  • Personal information
  • Information handling
  • Remote and mobile working

RESILIA® Foundation

Resilia® Foundation training course enables your staff to play a full part in cybersecurity planning and implantation.

It has been created for:

  • Staff responsible for security, risk, HR, finance or IT functions
  • Heads of practice
  • Managing partners and practice managers
  • Lawyers and students who are interested in security issues and their own professional development.

RESILIA® Foundation will enable students to produce cyber resilience strategies, implement cyber resilience into the organisation’s infrastructure, and mitigate security breaches.

Prior experience and knowledge required: none

Course duration: three days.

Exam Format:

Minutes
Questions
Pass Mark

Topics of study

  • Describing what cyber resilience is
  • Identifying the benefits of cyber resilience
  • Identifying the terms used to describe cyber resilience
  • Balancing cyber resilience with other organisational objectives
  • Describing what risk management is
  • Identifying the purpose of risk management
  • Identifying key terms: risk, asset, vulnerability, threat
  • Describing actions to address risks and opportunities
  • Identifying the purpose and scope of a management system
  • Identifying the parts of a management system
  • Recognising the relevance of common management standards and best practice frameworks to cyber resilience
  • Describing the difference between management, governance, and compliance
  • Identifying what a cyber resilience strategy is intended to achieve
  • Identifying those cyber resilience activities to be aligned with an overall IT service strategy
  • Identifying interactions between IT management processes and cyber resilience
  • Identifying what cyber resilience design is intended to achieve and how it should be aligned to the overall design of IT services
  • Identifying cyber resilience activities that should be aligned with IT service design
  • Identifying interactions between IT service management processes and cyber resilience
  • Identifying what a transition to cyber resilience is intended to achieve
  • Identifying what a cyber resilience operation is intended to achieve and how this is measured
  • Identifying what cyber resilience continual improvement is intended to achieve and how it is measured including via the maturity model
  • Describe how the seven-step improvement process can be used to plan cyber resilience improvements
  • Describe how to use CSI (Continual Service Improvement) as defined by ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) to plot cyber resilience improvements
  • Describing the relationship between roles and the means of control
  • RESILIA® Practitioner

    Resilia® Practitioner training course is for legal staff who are involved in developing cybersecurity strategy.
    • The 2-day course is aimed at those with existing knowledge of Resilia (students must have the Foundation Certificate).
    • Candidates learn how to balance costs, benefits, risks, and flexibility while improving the effectiveness of cybersecurity.

    Exam Format:

    Minutes
    Questions
    Pass Mark

    Topics of study

  • Distinguishing between the terms: risk, asset, vulnerability and threat
  • Determining which actions are required to address risks and opportunities
  • Creating and managing the risk register and risk treatment plans.
  • Explaining the purpose and use of the control objectives
  • A control objective is an aim, reason or purpose for which one or more internal controls should be implemented
    • Explaining how IT service management (ITSM) processes and cyber resilience interact
  • Explaining the purpose and use of the control objectives
  • Explaining how ITSM processes and cyber resilience interact
  • Explaining the purpose and use of the control objectives
  • Explaining how ITSM processes and cyber resilience interact
  • Explaining the purpose and use of the control objectives
  • Explaining how ITSM processes and cyber resilience interact
  • Explaining the purpose and use of control objectives
  • Applying the seven-step improvement process to plan cyber resilience improvements
  • Applying CSI (Continual Service Improvement) as defined by ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) to plot cyber resilience improvements
  • Describing the relationship between roles and the means of control
  • PRICES

    Foundation

    £295
    • £295 (with 90 days access to complete the course)
    • Official RESILIA® Manual - £75
    • Official RESILIA® Foundation Exam - £295
    • 6 Month's Access - £99
    • 1 Year's Access - £149

    Practitioner

    £395
    • £395 (with 90 days access to complete the course)
    • Official RESILIA® Manual - £75
    • Official RESILIA® Practitioner Exam - £345
    • 6 Month's Access - £99
    • 1 Year's Access - £149

    Foundation & Practitioner

    £595
    • £595 (with 90 days access to complete the course)
    • Official RESILIA® Manual - £75
    • Official RESILIA® Foundation Exam - £295
      Official RESILIA® Practitioner Exam - £345
      Official RESILIA® Exams - £595
    • 6 Month's Access - £99
    • 1 Year's Access - £149

    What will I need before I get started?

    To study your online course, you will need the following:
    Minimum Hardware Requirements:
  • Computer / laptop / Google Chromebook / Apple MacBook
  • Keyboard and a mouse or another pointing device
  • Broadband connection with 10 Mbps average speed
  • An Ethernet cable for maintaining internet stability
  • Working microphone, either internal or external
  • Webcam with 320 x 240 VGA resolution, either internal or external
  • Minimum System Requirements:
  • Preferred Internet Browser: Google Chrome
  • Operating System: Windows 7+ / macOS 10.11+ / Chrome 58+
  • Free RAM: 2GB
  • Processor: 2GHz Intel Pentium / Intel / ARM
  • Free disk space: 1GB
  • We are here to help. If you have any questions on the above, please contact us.

    How to apply?

    How do I enrol?

    Please fill in the enrolment form and return it to info@ltckent.co.uk.
    To apply and enrol on our classroom based courses please contact us on info@ltckent.co.uk to express interest and enquire about dates and possible subjects.
    To ensure your enrolment is processed as quickly as possible, please make sure that you read the form carefully, and fill out all the required boxes. If you need any help or have questions, please contact us on 0330 088 8495 or info@ltckent.co.uk.
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    What happens after I send my enrolment form?

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    Invoicing

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    If you (or your firm) are paying for your course in full, we can accept payment by bank transfer or credit/debit card.
    If you (or your firm) are paying by instalments, you (or they) will need to do two things to complete your enrolment:
    (1) set up a Direct Debit mandate, which will be emailed to you separately, and
    (2) pay your initial invoice by bank transfer or card.
    Your enrolment will not be complete until we have received payment and, if applicable, confirmation of set up of the Direct Debit mandate. Incomplete applications will expire after 30 days. Please ensure you (and your sponsor if relevant) agree to all of the terms and conditions on the last page before submitting your enrolment form.

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    Course login

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    Why choose us?

    We are specialised legal trainers, solely focussed on the provision of legal and business training for aspiring and qualified lawyers.

    We have a deep understanding of the current legal sector and the training needs of those who work within it.

    Our course delivery is uniquely engaging, having full regard of how precious time is for those not only studying law, but also practising at the same time.

    We are here to support our students and partners by providing them with the tools to stand out from the competition and accelerate their legal career.