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CISMP Course Overview

CISMP training, Information Security Management Principles Course Description:

TCISMP Training Course – Certificate in Information Security Management Principles |

This course is accredited by ISEB/BCS to provide training for their CISMP examination. The course will provide you with the knowledge and understanding of the main principals required to be an effective member of an information security team with security responsibilities as part of your day to day role. It will also prepare individuals who are thinking of moving into information security or related functions.
You will be thoroughly prepared to undertake the BCS examination, the examination is part of the course package. The achieved qualification will prove that the holder has a good knowledge and basic understanding of the wide range of subject areas that make up information security management.

CISMP Training Course, Information Security Management Principles Course Prerequisites:

In order to get on the 5-day CISMP training program at Net Security Training, you will need a minimum of 12 months experience within any IT job.

The CISMP  Course is different from other certification programs because no technical skill or Security background is required to enrol on the CISMP training course.

CISMP Training, Information Security Management Principles Course Objective:

CISMP Training Course – Certificate in Information Security Management Principles |

To provide students with the skills and knowledge required to pass the “The Certificate in Information Security Management Principles” examination by demonstrating the following:

Knowledge of the concepts relating to information security management (confidentiality, availability, vulnerability, threats, risks and countermeasures etc.)
Understanding of current legislation and regulations which impact upon information security management in the UK; Awareness of current national and international standards, frameworks and organisations which facilitate the management of information security;
Understanding of the current business and technical environments in which information security management has to operate;
Knowledge of the categorisation, operation and effectiveness of controls of different types and characteristics.

CISMP Training Course, Information Security Management Principles Course Style:

The CISMP course is an instructor- led course. At Net Security Training, our renowned instructors value your rapid progression on our CISMP course and aim to facilitate your learning as much as possible. It is for this reason that all our students are given reading material in the form of a CISMP e-Learning to help them prepare for the CISMP course. This CISMP e-Learning forms part of the CISMP course as well as home work and practice exam material

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CISMP Course Syllabus

CISMP Training Course – Certificate in Information Security Management Principles |

This is an Instructor led course, self study and practice exams also form part of the course, as preparation for the exam.

1. Information Security Management Principles

1.1 Concepts and definitions
1.2 The need for & benefits of Information Security

2. Information Risk

2.1 Threats to & vulnerabilities of information systems
2.2 Risk Management

3. Information Security Framework

3.1 Organisation and responsibilities
3.2 Legal framework
3.3 Security standards and procedures

4. Procedural/people security controls

4.1 People
4.2 User access controls
4.3 Training

5. Technical security controls

5.1 Protection from malicious software
5.2 Networks and communications
5.3 External services
5.4 Cloud computing
5.5 IT infrastructure

6. Software development

6.1 Testing, audit & review
6.2 Systems development & support

7. Physical and environmental controls

8. Disaster recovery and business continuity management

9. Other technical aspects

9.1 Investigations & forensics
9.2 Role of cryptography