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September Chapter Meeting - Cybersecurity is a Business Enabler: How BA’s Can Drive Business Value

Tuesday, September 21, 2021 -
4:00pm to 5:30pm

Overview and Learning Objectives

Why do cars have brakes?  Answer: so, they can go faster!  Cybersecurity capabilities are the controls that protect an organization’s digital assets and systems from cyber threats.  And like the brakes on a car, integrating cybersecurity earlier into application design enables the business to go faster and to take risks safely and securely.  In this session, you will explore current cyber threats to our digital systems.  You will learn about cybersecurity concepts, principles, and frameworks.  And then you will discover how BA’s can “shift security left” enabling your organization to become more nimble and agile.


4:00 - 5:00  Presentation​
5:00 - 5:30  Q&A​

Presenter Information

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Terry Baresh is a certified business analyst professional (CBAP) and has been practicing business analysis professionally since 2007 bringing his experience and knowledge in all things IT including network administration, business architecture, information security, project management, and leading people. His recent focus has been helping organizations strengthen their cybersecurity and risk management capabilities, optimizing their technologies and processes, and enabling them to exceed regulatory requirements and compliance mandates. Terry collaborates with architects, engineers, analysts, policy makers, and leaders of people at all levels to achieve company missions and goals. He is an internationally known speaker on the role of the business analyst working in cybersecurity, the co-author of the IIBA cybersecurity certificate in analysis (CCA) and a cybersecurity evangelist.


Zoom - A few days before the meeting, the link to the meeting will be sent to the people who are registered. 

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