PECB Certified DORA Lead Manager

  • Author: PECB
  • Level: Basic
  • Study time: 5 days
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This course offers a unique opportunity to engage with industry experts and peers, fostering valuable discussions and insights into best practices for digital operational resilience. Through interactive sessions and practical exercises, you will gain real-world perspectives on implementing effective strategies to mitigate ICT risks and enhance digital operational resilience in financial institutions. Attending this course demonstrates your commitment to professional development and positions you as a competent leader in the evolving landscape of digital operational resilience.

  • Mode/ Delivery : self-study
  • Exams: Yes with certificate
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Course Duration

5 days

Exam Duration

3 hours

Mode/ Delivery

Self-study

Certificate

Yes
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Who Should Attend?

As DORA will come into force on January 17, 2025, there’s never been a more crucial time to grasp its implications and requirements thoroughly. Additionally, attending this course demonstrates your commitment to professional development and positions you as a competent leader in the evolving landscape of digital operational resilience. This training course is intended for:


  • Financial institutions executives and decision-makers
  • Compliance officers and risk managers
  • IT professionals
  • Legal and regulatory affairs personnel
  • Consultants and advisors specializing in financial regulation and cybersecurity

Learning Objectives

After completing this training course, you will be able to:

  • Understand the regulatory landscape and compliance requirements outlined in DORA, focusing on key pillars such as ICT risk management, ICT-related incident management and reporting, digital operational resilience testing, and ICT third-party risk management
  • Implement effective strategies and measures to enhance digital operational resilience and mitigate ICT risks within financial institutions, aligning with DORA requirements and industry best practices
  • Identify, analyze, evaluate, and treat ICT risks relevant to the financial entities
  • Develop and maintain robust ICT risk management frameworks, incident response plans, business continuity and disaster recovery plans
  • Foster collaboration and communication with key stakeholders to ensure successful implementation and ongoing compliance with DORA
  • Utilize industry-standard tools and methodologies for monitoring, assessing, and managing ICT risks and vulnerabilities, enhancing the overall security posture of financial institutions


General Information

We will help you unlock your inner potential so you can excel in your professional field. Some of the benefits of our trainings are:
  • Certification and examination fees are included in the price of the training course.
  • Participants will receive the training course material containing over 450 pages of explanatory information, examples, best practices, exercises, and quizzes.
  • An attestation of course completion worth 31 CPD (Continuing Professional Development) credits will be issued to the participants who have attended the training course.
  • If candidates fail the exam, they can retake it within 12 months following the initial attempt for free.
  • You will need to register on PECB site and create a PECB Id. All access for this course will be on PECB website.
For a PECB course, you must have a PECB Id. If you do not have a PECB Id, you can create one for FREE by clicking on the button.

Course Agenda

  • Day 1: Introduction to the concepts and requirements of DORA
  • Day 2: ICT-related risk and incident management
  • Day 3: ICT third-party risk management and information sharing
  • Day 4: Review and continual improvement
  • Day 5: Certification exam

For more details about what is covered in each day. Please download the Brochure.

Examination

The “PECB Certified ISO/IEC 42001 Lead Implementer” exam meets all the PECB Examination and Certification Program (ECP) requirements. It covers the following competency domains:

  • Domain 1: Fundamental concepts of ICT risk management and digital operational resilience
  • Domain 2: Privacy Information Management System controls and best practices. Preparing and planning for DORA project implementation
  • Domain 3: ICT risk and ICT-related incident management
  • Domain 4: Digital operational resilience testing and ICT third-party risk management
  • Domain 5: Review and continual improvement


For specific information about exam types, languages available, and other details, please visit the List of PECB Exams and the Examination Rules and Policies.

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