DORA Training

What is DORA?

DORA (Digital Operational Resilience Act) is an EU regulation that came into force on January 16, 2023, with full applicability starting from January 17, 2025. 

DORA aims to establish a consistent and common level of digital operational resilience across financial services firms. By ensuring robust operational resilience, DORA aims to safeguard the European financial sector against cyber threats and disruptions.

The regulation requires EU financial entities and their critical ICT providers to adopt comprehensive information and communications technology (ICT) risk management capabilities into their security processes. Compliance with DORA will require full adherence to five critical areas of focus outlined in the regulation:

  1. ICT Risk Management
  2. Incident Reporting
  3. Resilience Testing
  4. Third-Party Risk Management
  5. Information Sharing
Why DORA Matters

Operational resilience is vital for the financial sector, particularly in the digital age, as it directly affects the stability and security of financial services.

Incident reporting, functional resilience testing, and third-party risk monitoring. DORA recognises that a lack of operational resilience can cause instability in the entire financial system when these incidents occur. In fact, DORA deals with risks in how things operate, cyber dangers, and unexpected events.

It helps your organization stay resilient and ready to handle new threats as they come up.


Key Aspects of DORA
  1. Holistic Resilience: DORA mandates that financial entities build digital resilience into their broader operational frameworks. It’s not just about technology—it’s about integrating digital resilience seamlessly into everyday processes.
  2. Homogeneous Requirements: Across all EU member states, DORA sets consistent standards for operational resilience. Whether you’re a bank in Luxembourg or an insurer in Spain, the rules apply uniformly.
  3. Prevention and Mitigation: DORA’s core objective is to prevent and mitigate cyber threats. By enhancing ICT risk management, financial entities can withstand, respond to, and recover from disruptions.
  4. Awarness and training: Financial entities shall develop ICT security awareness programmes and digital operational resilience training as compulsory modules in their staff training schemes
DORA Training

Our exclusive premium program offers a comprehensive learning process, providing not only an in-depth understanding of DORA's context and rules but also insights into crafting strategies tailored to each company's needs. 

People. Product. Process.

We bridge the gapfostering a shared understanding and empowering individuals to communicate effectively using a unified language.


The format that best suits your learning style.

Whether you prefer the convenience of web-based sessions, a Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT), or the immersive experience of on-site learning, we've got you covered.


One size does not fit all.

We equip you with practical strategies tailored to your company's unique needs.

You’ll learn how to adapt and thrive under the framework of DORA, no matter your industry or size.


7 comprehensive modules, 100% Flexibility.

With our user-friendly interface and comprehensive features, you're set up to succeed. The platform can be seamlessly used as-is or integrated into your Learning Management System (LMS), effortlessly adapting to your training needs.