All The Tools You Need To Build A Successful Cybersecurity Governance Program
The ISO 27001 is a popular framework used by organizations around the world to establish mature cybersecurity programs.
You need a strategy
Cybersecurity has changed more in the last five years than in the ten years preceding it. Cyberattacks are constantly changing and evolving, but cybersecurity professionals must have structure and strategy; without structure and a plan, cybersecurity professionals will continue aimlessly in their pursuit of protecting the organizations they serve.
All this change is chaos and disorder, a new form of fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD), one, although backed by facts, fails to have direction or a documented strategy.
If it is so difficult for us to document our cyber assets and identify those assets that have an impact on our organization's revenue, how in the world are we going to do anything about the threats we face?
We can’t; it’s that simple. And any CISO call to arms that suggest we can is a stopgap measure, a call to disillusionment and ultimate disaster because our stopgaps are not solutions.
Fortunately, there are tools to assist us with strategy development and implementation; the ISO 27001 is an example of such a tool. Having a solid cybersecurity framework in place and mapped to other standards or frameworks will assist you in dealing with emerging regulations and protect your organization pragmatically that supports the organization’s mission, vision, and services.
Over one hour of instructional videos covering the elements to implement an Information Security Management System.
Every module offers downloadable materials to assist your learning or the implementation of your Information Security Management System.
The course is focused on establishing, implementing, maintaining, and continually improving the information security management system.