Information is the lifeblood of all organizations, without with it would be severally impacted and ultimately cease to function. Information is knowledge and knowledge is power. With an ever-changing climate of technology and threats (both technical and human), the need for trained security personnel to protect our information becomes an increasingly critical evolutionary task.
• Knowledge of the concepts relating to information security management (confidentiality, integrity, availability, vulnerability, threats, risks, countermeasures, etc). • Understanding of current legislation and regulations which impact upon information security management. • Awareness of current national and international standards such as ISO 27002, frameworks and organizations which facilitate the management of information security. • Understanding of the current business and common technical environments in which information security management has to operate. • Knowledge of the categorization, operation, and effectiveness of controls of different types and characteristics.
Who Should Attend?
• Risk Management • IT Security • IT Security Auditing • Technical IT Management • Those with the involvement of systems integration and corporate IT development. Financial controllers with a technical interest may also benefit from the training course.
Day One: Information Security Management – An Overview
• IT Risk Management • Categorising Physical and Electronic Risk • IT and Networks • Computer Systems Design • Legal and Regulatory Considerations • Information, Business, and Risk – Case Study
Day Two: Information Security Management
• Ensuring Information Security • Confidentiality • Integrity • Availability • Authenticity • Non-Repudiation of Data • Ethical hacking and Industrial Espionage • Where to design and place effective computer and management controls • Case Study
Day Three: Information Management – International Standards
• Code of Practice for Information Security Management – ISO 17799 / ISO27002 • Best Practice and Implementing Guidance and Controls For ISO 27002 • Information Security Management Overview • Risk Assessment and Controls • Security Policy Documentation • Organising Information Security Management • IT Asset Management • Personnel and Human Resources
Day Four: Information Management ISO 27002
• Best Practice and Implementing Guidance and Controls For ISO 27002 • Physical and Environmental Security • Operations Management and Communications • Access Control • Information Systems (Design, Development, Maintenance) • Incident Management • Business Continuity • Regulatory Compliance • Best Practice and Implementation Guidance for BS ISO/IEC 38500:2008 – IT Management • Case Study
Day Five:Implementing Effective Information Security Management Frameworks
• Successful steps for IT Security Management • Audit and Compliance for IT Resources • Business Process Engineering • Case Study
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