About this course

This course delves into information security management theory from a business operations perspective in preparation for the Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) exam. The material presented here deviates from the conventional approach to IS security in favor of a high-level, management-based perspective. This course views security infrastructure from the standpoint of coordinating product delivery and other business imperatives with selective IS strategies to ensure safety, compliance and consistent repetition of core business functions. In other words, what good is conventional security if your processes don't also safeguard and enhance customer satisfaction? That question is answered in a series of easy-to-follow modules that address budgeting, compliance, and the role of IS administrators in compelling management for the support and resources to do the job right. At least five years of work experience in information security is required to write the ISACA CISM exam. Your professional experience combined with CISM certification will demonstrate your expertise in managing enterprise information security.


What you'll learn

  1. Information Security Governance
  2. Risk Management
  3. Information Security Program
  4. Information Security Program Implementation
  5. Information Security Program Management
  6. Incident Management and Response