A SIRO should be an Executive or Senior Manager on the Board who is familiar with information risks and the organisation’s response to risk. The SIRO role is to lead and champion the organisation’s information risk policy, and provide written advice and assurance to the board regarding information risk.
It is a practical, interactive course with detailed handouts. We cover a range of topics including:
The course is suitable for newly appointed or experienced SIROs, including those who are required to support SIROs and Caldicott Guardians. It meets the annual training requirements as specified in the Information Governance Toolkit (IG Toolkit) for annual SIRO training.
There are no prerequisites to attend this course, however all attendees are expected to have a basic understanding of the SIRO job practice knowledge domains.
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