Certificate in Information
Do you have information security responsibilities as part of your day-to-day role? Or are you looking to move into information security?
Cement your knowledge and achieve an industry-recognised qualification in five days, with PGI’s Certificate in Information Security Management Principles (CISMP) course.
This practical course will give you the real-world skills you need to identify, measure and remove information security threats, embed better risk assessment and management, and improve business continuity across your organisation.
Our five-day BCS-accredited Certificate in Information Security Management Principles (CISMP) course will help you develop your knowledge of the core concepts relating to information security which can be used to gain an internationally recognised qualification.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to apply the practical principles you have learned to further enhance and secure business processes and ensure you are ready to complete the BCS CISMP exam.
The course can be delivered at the PGI Cyber Academy in Bristol or in some circumstances we can deliver this training at client premises for group bookings.
Gain enough of an understanding of the principles of information security management to complete the exam and achieve the qualification.
Who should attend?
- Professionals interested in the information security domain
- Managers who are responsible for information security as part of their day-to-day role
- Those thinking of moving into an information security position.
Knowledge of IT systems would be advantageous, but not essential.
You will learn about:
- Key terms and concepts in information security
- The process of risk management and the appropriate use of controls
- Incident management
- The importance of auditing, change control and configuration management
- The need for security policies, standards, operating procedures and guidelines
- The general principles of law, legal jurisdiction, and how these affect information security management
- The differences between business continuity and disaster recovery
- TThe basic concepts and uses of cryptography.