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This CISM certification training from Simplilearn will give you the requisite skillsets to design, deploy and manage security architecture for your organization. The course is aligned with ISACA best practices and is designed to help you pass the CISM exam on your first attempt. Enterprises and government agencies increasingly expect their IT professionals to hold a CISM certification, and it is considered essential to ongoing education and career development. This course will see that you are well-equipped to manage the ongoing security, compliance and governance of your IT organization.

CISM certification is a globally recognized professional requirement in the IT Security domain. This certification is best suited for:

• Security consultants and managers

• IT directors and managers

• Security auditors and architects

• Security systems engineers

• Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs)

• Information security managers

• IS/IT consultants

• Chief Compliance/Privacy/Risk Officers


This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentation, discussion and practical exercise.

By the end of this training you will be able to:

• Define and design security architecture for your IT operation

• Develop a working knowledge of the four domains prescribed by the ISACA Exam Candidate Information Guide 2015

• Demonstrate a deep understanding of the relationship between information security programs and broader business goals and objectives.

• Focus on IT compliance and the integrity of enterprise systems to establish a more secure enterprise IT framework

• Earn the requisite 16 CPEs required to take the CISM certification exam

• Acquire the relevant knowledge and skills required to pass the CISM certification exam


Modules

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• Information Security Governance Overview

 Information Security Governance Overview Part 1

 Information Security Governance Overview Part 2

 Information Security Governance Overview Part 3

 Information Security Governance Overview Part 4

 Information Security Governance Overview Part 5

 Importance of Information Security Governance Part 1

 Importance of Information Security Governance Part 2

 Outcomes of Information Security Governance Part 1

 Outcomes of Information Security Governance Part 2

 Outcomes of Information Security Governance Part 3

 Outcomes of Information Security Governance Part 4

 Outcomes of Information Security Governance Part 5

 Outcomes of Information Security Governance Part 6


• Effective Information Security Governance

 Business Goals and Objectives Part 1

 Business Goals and Objectives Part 2

 Roles and Responsibilities of Senior Management Part 1

 Roles and Responsibilities of Senior Management Part 2

 Domain Tasks Part 1

 Domain Tasks Part 2

 Business Model for Information Security Part 1

 Business Model for Information Security Part 2

 Business Model for Information Security Part 3

 Business Model for Information Security Part 4

 Dynamic Interconnections Part 1

 Dynamic Interconnections Part 2

 Dynamic Interconnections Part 3

 Dynamic Interconnections Part 4


• Information Security Concepts and Technologies

 Information Security Concepts and Technologies Part 1

 Information Security Concepts and Technologies Part 2

 Information Security Concepts and Technologies Part 3

 Technologies Part 1

 Technologies Part 2


• Information Security Manager

 Responsibilities

 Senior Management Commitment Part 1

 Senior Management Commitment Part 2

 Obtaining Senior Management Commitment Part 1

 Obtaining Senior Management Commitment Part 2

 Establishing Reporting and Communication Channels Part 1

 Establishing Reporting and Communication Channels Part 2


• Scope and Charter of Information Security Governance

 Assurance Process Integration and Convergence

 Convergence

 Governance and Third-Party Relationships


• Information Security Governance Metrics

 Metrics

 Effective Security Metrics Part 1

 Effective Security Metrics Part2

 Effective Security Metrics Part 3

 Effective Security Metrics Part 4

 Security Implementation Metrics

 Strategic Alignment Part 1

 Strategic Alignment Part 2

 Risk Management

 Value Delivery

 Resource Management Part 1

 Resource Management Part 2

 Performance Measurement

 Assurance Process Integration/Convergence


• Information Security Strategy Overview

 Another View of Strategy


• Creating Information Security Strategy

 Information Security Strategy

 Common Pitfalls Part 1

 Common Pitfalls Part 2

 Objectives of the Information Security Strategy

 What is the Goal?

 Defining Objectives

 Business Linkages

 Business Case Development Part 1

 Business Case Development Part 2

 Business Case Development Part 3

 Business Case Objectives

 The Desired State

 COBIT

 COBIT Controls

 COBIT Framework

 Capability Maturity Model

 Balanced Scorecard

 Architectural Approaches

 ISO/IEC 27001 and 27002

 Risk Objectives Part 1

 Risk Objectives Part 2


• Determining Current State Of Security

 Current Risk Part 1

 Current Risk Part 2

 BIA


• Information Security Strategy Development

 The Roadmap

 Elements of a Strategy

 Strategy Resources and Constraints


• Strategy Resources

 Policies and Standards

 Definitions

 Enterprise Information Security Architectures

 Controls

 Countermeasures

 Technologies

 Personnel

 Organizational Structure

 Employee Roles and Responsibilities

 Skills

 Audits

 Compliance Enforcement

 Threat Assessment

 Vulnerability Assessment

 Risk Assessment

 Insurance

 Business Impact Assessment

 Outsourced Security Providers


• Strategy Constraints

 Legal and Regulatory Requirements

 Physical Constraints

 The Security Strategy


• Action Plan to Implement Strategy

 Gap Analysis Part 1

 Gap Analysis Part 2

 Gap Analysis Part 3

 Policy Development Part 1

 Policy Development Part 2

 Standards Development

 Training and Awareness

 Action Plan Metrics

 General Metric Considerations Part 1

 General Metric Considerations Part 2

 General Metric Considerations Part 3

 General Metric Considerations Part 4

 CMM4 Statements

 Objectives for CMM4

 Section Review


• Risk Management Overview
 Risk Management Overview
 Types of Risk Analysis
 The Importance of Risk Management
 Risk Management Outcomes
 Risk Management Strategy

• Good Information Security Risk Management
 Context and Purpose
 Scope and Charter
 Assets
 Other Risk Management Goals
 Roles and Responsibilities

• Information Security Risk Management Concepts
 Technologies

• Implementing Risk Management
 The Risk Management Framework
 The External Environment
 The Internal Environment
 The Risk Management Context
 Gap Analysis
 Other Organizational Support

• Risk Assessment
 NIST Risk Assessment Methodology
 Aggregated or Cascading Risk
 Other Risk Assessment Approaches
 Identification of Risks
 Threats
 Vulnerabilities Part 1
 Vulnerabilities Part 2
 Risks
 Analysis of Relevant Risks
 Risk Analysis
 Semi -Quantitative Analysis
 Quantitative Analysis Example
 Evaluation of Risks
 Risk Treatment Options
 Impact

• Controls Countermeasures
 Controls
 Residual Risk
 Information Resource Valuation
 Methods of Valuing Assets
 Information Asset Classification
 Determining Classification
 Impact Part 1
 Impact Part 2

• Recovery Time Objectives
 Recovery Point Objectives
 Service Delivery Objectives
 Third-Party Service Providers
 Working with Lifecycle Processes
 IT System Development
 Project Management Part 1
 Project Management Part 2

• Risk Monitoring and Communication
 Risk Monitoring and Communication
 Other Communications
 Section Review

• Development of Information Security Program

 Importance of the Program

 Outcomes of Security Program Development

 Effective Information Security Program Development


• Information Security Program Objectives

 Cross Organizational Responsibilities

 Program Objectives Part 1

 Program Objectives Part 2

 Defining Objectives Part 1

 Defining Objectives Part 2


• Information Security Program Development Concepts Part 1

 Information Security Program Development Concepts Part 2

 Technology Resources

 Information Security Manager


• Scope and Charter of Information Security Program Development

 Assurance Function Integration

 Challenges in Developing Information Security Program

 Pitfalls

 Objectives of the Security Program

 Program Goals

 The Steps of the Security Program

 Defining the Roadmap Part 1

 Defining the Roadmap Part 2

 Elements of the Roadmap Part 1

 Elements of the Roadmap Part 2

 Elements of the Roadmap Part 3

 Elements of the Roadmap Part 4

 Elements of the Roadmap Part 5

 Gap Analysis


• Information Security Management Framework

 Security Management Framework

 COBIT 5

 ISO/IEC 27001


• Information Security Framework Components

 Operational Components Part 1

 Operational Components Part 2

 Management Components

 Administrative Components

 Educational and Informational Components


• Information Security Program Resources

 Resources

 Documentation

 Enterprise Architecture Part 1

 Enterprise Architecture Part 2

 Enterprise Architecture Part 3

 Controls as Strategy Implementation Resources Part 1

 Controls as Strategy Implementation Resources Part 2

 Controls as Strategy Implementation Resources Part 3

 Controls as Strategy Implementation Resources Part 4

 Common Control Practices

 Countermeasures

 Technologies Part 1

 Technologies Part 2

 Technologies Part 3

 Technologies Part 4

 Personnel Part 1

 Personnel Part 2

 Security Awareness

 Awareness Topics

 Formal Audits

 Compliance Enforcement

 Project Risk Analysis

 Other Actions

 Other Organizational Support

 Program Budgeting Part 1

 Program Budgeting Part 2


• Implementing an Information Security Program

 Policy Compliance

 Standards Compliance

 Training and Education

 ISACA Control Objectives

 Third-party Service Providers Part 1

 Third-party Service Providers Part 2

 Integration into Lifecycle Processes

 Monitoring and Communication

 Documentation

 The Plan of Action Part 1

 The Plan of Action Part 2


• Information Infrastructure and Architecture

 Managing Complexity Part 1

 Managing Complexity Part 2

 Objectives of Information Security Architectures Part 1

 Objectives of Information Security Architectures Part 2

 Physical and Environmental Controls


• Information Security Program

 Information Security Program Deployment Metrics

 Metrics

 Strategic Alignment

 Risk Management

 Value Delivery

 Resource Management

 Assurance Process Integration

 Performance Measurement

 Security Baselines


• Security Program Services and Operational Activities

 IS Liaison Responsibilities Part 1

 IS Liaison Responsibilities Part 2

 Cross-Organizational Responsibilities

 Security Reviews and Audits Part 1

 Security Reviews and Audits Part 2

 Management of Security Technology

 Due Diligence Part 1

 Due Diligence Part 2

 Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement Part 1

 Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement Part 2

 Assessment of Risk and Impact Part 1

 Assessment of Risk and Impact Part 2

 Outsourcing and Service Providers

 Cloud Computing Part 1

 Cloud Computing Part 2

 Cloud Computing Part 3

 Integration with IT Processes

 Section Review


• Incident Management Overview Part 1

 Incident Management Overview Part 2

 Incident Management Overview Part 3

 Types of Events Part 1

 Types of Events Part 2

 Goals of Incident Management Part 1

 Goals of Incident Management Part 2

 Goals of Incident Management Part 1


• Incident Response Procedures Part 1

 Incident Response Procedures Part 2

 Importance of Incident Management

 Outcomes of Incident Management

 Incident Management

 Concepts Part 1

 Concepts Part 2

 Concepts Part 3

 Incident Management Systems Part 1

 Incident Management Systems Part 2


• Incident Management Organization

 Responsibilities Part 1

 Responsibilities Part 2

 Responsibilities Part 3

 Senior Management Commitment


• Incident Management Resources Preview

 Policies and Standards

 Incident Response Technology Concepts

 Personnel

 Roles and Responsibilities (eNotes)

 Skills

 Awareness and Education

 Audits


• Incident Management Objectives

 Defining Objectives

 The Desired State

 Strategic Alignment

 Other Concerns


• Incident Management Metrics and Indicators

 Implementation of the Security Program Management

 Management Metrics and Monitoring Part 1

 Management Metrics and Monitoring Part 2

 Other Security Monitoring Efforts


• Current State of Incident Response Capability

 Threats

 Vulnerabilities


• Developing an Incident Response Plan

 Elements of an Incident Response Plan

 Gap Analysis

 BIA Part 1

 BIA Part 2

 Escalation Process for Effective IM

 Help Desk Processes for Identifying Security Incidents

 Incident Management and Response Teams

 Organizing, Training, and Equipping the Response Staff

 Incident Notification Process

 Challenges in making an Incident Management Plan


• BCP/DRP

 Goals of Recovery Operations Part 1

 Goals of Recovery Operations Part 2

 Choosing a Site Selection Part 1

 Choosing a Site Selection Part 2

 Implementing the Strategy

 Incident Management Response Teams

 Network Service High-availability

 Storage High-availability

 Risk Transference

 Other Response Recovery Plan Options


• Testing Response and Recovery Plans

 Periodic Testing

 Analyzing Test Results Part 1

 Analyzing Test Results Part 2

 Measuring the Test Results


• Executing the Plan

 Updating the Plan

 Intrusion Detection Policies

 Who to Notify about an Incident

 Recovery Operations

 Other Recovery Operations

 Forensic Investigation

 Hacker / Penetration Methodology

 Section Review

 Sequence 05


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