This short course provides delegates with knowledge on the management action, which must address the implementation and maintenance of processes, procedures and other issues such as organisational culture. These processes and issues include the identification of information security needs and the implementation of strategies to meet those needs. International standards and guidelines, such as those from the OECD, ISO, ACM and IEEE, are discussed in the course.
After completion of the course, delegates will have an understanding of:
- information security management, which can be approached from various perspectives;
- corporate governance, policies and pure management issues;
- the human side of information security management, focusing on issues such as security culture, awareness, training, ethics and other human-related issues;
- software and hardware products;
- the establishment of an information security architecture (ISA);
- information security architecture; and
- risk and the assessment of the current controls, as well as the alignment of controls to meet the requirements of the organisation.
The course covers the following topics:
1. Introduction to information security management
2. Corporate governance and policies
3. Security culture, awareness, training and ethics
4. Information security architecture
Information and Communication Technology
Who Should Attend:
Managers, Chief Information Officers, system administrators, and anyone else who wants to be more acquainted with the field of information security management.