This course will be covering four different domains. The first will be an overview of the Information Security Governance. This will develop a foundation for discussing the importance of CISM associated with governance.
The next domain we will address is Information Risk Management. We will discuss business impact analysis and explore different risk studies and establish why they are important and how we can use this information to aid us in Information Security Program Development.
In the next domain we will dive deeper into Information Security System Development. We will take a look at the life cycles of the different systems we will be auditing. We will then address why these security programs are important.
After establishing the importance of security programs, we will then dive into the last domain of the course: Information Security Incident Management. This domain will inform on how to respond to security incidents through the use of Instant Response Team (IRT) creation, business continuity programs, and disaster recovery plans.
Career Path: CISM is the leading credential for information security managers.
Sought after by experienced information security managers, the CISM certification is a groundbreaking credential earned by more than 23,000 professionals since it was established in 2002. The management-focused CISM is the globally accepted achievement for individuals who develop, build, and manage enterprise information security programs. CISM retention is more than 95%.
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As a certified Microsoft Instructor, I’ve focused my career on various security aspects of computer and network technology since the early ’80s. I’ve worked on a wide variety of IT training and high-level consulting projects for Fortune 500 companies worldwide. Through the course of my extensive career, I have taught a full line of Microsoft, CompTIA, Cisco, and other high level IT Security curricula.