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This is a segment in our ongoing series on cyber risks.  In this session we begin to delve into the detection phase of a cyber risk assessment.  

Once assets are identified, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) framework suggests organizations then protect those assets. The next element is to detect threats against those assets.  Some may correlate this to the “Monitoring” phase of the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations (COSO) internal control framework, but there is much more involved in detection than simple monitoring.

In this segment we discuss important elements to consider when determining how to stay abreast of impending threats and what organizations should do to detect those threats. We also discuss the types of Information Technology (IT) assets you should consider when establishing your detection processes.  Our discussion on the detect phase is divided into two separate courses.  This is course one.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify cybersecurity threats that should be understood in order to detect inappropriate activity.
  • Explore the detect function of a cyber risk assessment and its components.
  • Identify the concepts of anomalies and events in order to detect cyber threats.
  • Identify the concept of security continuous monitoring.
  • Identify detection processes.
  • Explore challenges to detecting and defending against cyber threats.
Last updated/reviewed: June 5, 2021

Included In Certifications

This course is included in the following Certification Programs:

13 CoursesCorporate Cyber Security Certification

  1. Cyber Threat – The Modern-Day Fraud: Breaches and Actions
  2. A Primer on Cyber Security Programs and Roles
  3. Cyber Risk Frameworks And Concepts
  4. Cyber Risk Framework - Identify Assets
  5. Cyber Risk Framework - Prioritize Assets
  6. Cyber Risk Framework - Protect Assets
  7. Cyber Risk Framework - Detect Part One
  8. Cyber Risk Framework - Detect Threats Part Two
  9. Cyber Risk Framework - Respond
  10. Cyber Risk Framework - Recover
  11. Cyber Risk Framework - Utilizing The Tier Approach
  12. Fraud and Personal Identity Theft
  13. Fraud and Business Identity Theft

15 Reviews (46 ratings)Reviews

Member's Profile
Great course over Cyber Security related information and how organizations are standing up formal control processes. I would recommend this course to an associate level position.
Member's Profile
well presented and the test questions made me think- also, it would be helpful if a transcript of each course was provided as well.
Anonymous Author
The course provides a good, easy-understanding overview on Detect function of NIST framework. Recommend for the beginners
Anonymous Author
This course provides a good understanding of the detect phase/aspect of cyber risk and identifies detection techniques.
Anonymous Author
I like the clear organization on 3 topics: Anomalies and Events Security Continuous Monitoring Detection Processes
Anonymous Author
The course provides useful insights on cyber risk assessment, with a focus on detecting threats.
Member's Profile
This Detect course gives a good overview of the detect function within the NIST Framework.
Anonymous Author
A good course on the third step in the NIST Framework, one part of a series of courses.
Member's Profile
Good training. Lynn could present technical aspects into a easy reading materials.
Anonymous Author
Great course of cyber risk framework - detect part one which added value to me
Anonymous Author
The course was good, however I believe that part 1 and 2 could be combined.
Member's Profile
This was a great course on detective threats. Recommend it to others.
Anonymous Author
COmprehensive course for the risk managers and aspiring IT Auditors
Anonymous Author
well done lynn a very good course and well done to everyone
Anonymous Author
well thought out and acceptable for cpe review purposes


Course Complexity: Intermediate

No Advanced Preparation or Prerequisites are needed for this course. However, it is recommended to take the other courses in the series prior to completing this one.

Education Provider Information

Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
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Course Syllabus
  5:38Introduction to Cyber Risk Assessment – Detect Threats Part One
  18:12Detect and Three Techniques
  5:44Incident Thresholds and Alerts
  7:48Continuous Monitoring
  11:20Detection Processes & Challenges
  1:20:00Cyber Risk Assessment – Detect Threats Part One
  PDFSlides: Cyber Risk Assessment – Detect Threats Part One
  PDFCyber Risk Assessment – Detect Threats Part One Glossary/Index