Powerpoint: 7 slides needed.
- Durum: Closed
- Ödül: $140
- Alınan Girdiler: 19
- Kazanan: bharadwaj1302
I will award that once I get an entry that fits what I need. I will try to send feedback 2x a day. One will be around 1200 GMT and one will be around 0200 GMT. I have made this 7 days, but hope to have a winner by Thursday.
Expectation: That you create a 7 slide deck with the information listed below in the format listed. That there are master slides as well to be edited.
Style: This is for a financial presentation - it needs to look conservative and business-y - for banks. Not cartoonish and not too "modern". An example of a good one is included in the files.
Colors: Must match the following (You do NOT have to use these colors, but they need to be complementary) – #919295 and #006a51
Size: 4:3 ratio
Version: Powerpoint 2010 or later
Main Title: the main point of the slide
Sub Points: should be near the main title but not as emphasized.
Infographic/Graphic: Something besides just regular text in a line. This is where creativity can come in.
Highlighted: Does not mean text highlighted – it means that information highlighted in a graphical way – be it in a bubble or square.
Pictures: Graphics that can be used are any Shutterstock photos or little items you create. Please use the temporary Shutterstock photos and in the final package include the links. Some sample graphics have been included. A sample PDF of a powerpoint presentation has been included. You DO NOT need to use any of these, they are for creative inspiration only.
Transitions: No transitions necessary.
Sound: No sound.
Video: No video.
What must be included in final package: All fonts. PPT or PPTX document. All graphics in full size separate files if created outside of powerpoint.
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Title: Responsibilities of Directors and Senior Management before a breach: FFIEC Guidelines
Subtitle: For the board and senior management
Room for Name
Room for Date
Main Point: Changing Reporting
Sub points designed however you want: After a breach is too late.
In an infographic: 28% of companies still do not have regular cybersecurity reporting.
Highlighted: September 2015 the SEC brought the first case alleging a financial institution failed to establish required cybersecurity policies that led to a breach.
Main Point: Risk Management
Sub point: Reporting about information security is necessary to mitigate risk.
In a graphic type of thing: ESI: Electronically Stored Information. PII: Personally Identifiable Information. Right now over 90% of business records are created electronically.
Big thing at the bottom or after the above: Do you know what your exposure is?
Main Point: Getting the right information
Sub point: How do you figure out your exposure?
Information highlighted (separate points): Get out of the weeds. (Graphic with these sentences coming out) – Where is the ESI, PII? Assessment? Controls? Monitoring?
Main Point: Board and Senior Management are responsible for the risks.
Subpoints (graphic): You should see: Risk assessment. Strategic plan for IT/IS. Not-just-updated-once-a-year policies. Information Security reporting. New vendor management. Your CISO or CIO.
Main Point: What to understand?
Subpoint: Summaries are glorious things.
Graphic: Not in the weeds. || High-residual-risk areas. Significant ESI/PII exposure. IS with limited controls. Cyberinsurance. Budget. Planning. Data at rest. Data in use. Data in motion.
Slide 7: Not an impossible task.
Subpoint: You can understand the risk without wading into IT/IS.
Graphic: It’s all about reporting and getting what you need.
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