Information Security Management (Mini Master)

IMF Academy
En Eindhoven (Holanda)

5.980 € - ($ 19.309.009)
+ IVA

Información importante

  • Curso
  • Eindhoven (Holanda)
  • 48 horas lectivas
  • Duración:
    6 Days
  • Cuándo:
    02/02/2017
Descripción

The 6-day Information Security Management Mini Master is realized in a collaborative effort of leading business schools, top practitioners and EuroCIO, and offers the required knowledge for Chief Information Security Officers to excel in their work environments. The Mini Master is part of the education portfolio of EuroCIO to foster European ICT professionalization. The program is compliant with the EU e-Competence Framework and provides you with insights into the most important aspects of Information Security Management, in particular related to leading and managing organizational Information Security activities.

The program has a managerial focus and provides all the hands-on skills you need to start or improve your career as a professional Information Security Manager. Leading European business schools combined their expertise in a unique cooperation to ensure a top-level program. The high quality of your fellow participants ensures access to top-level networking opportunities. You will benefit from a high potential, motivated group of talented and experienced individuals to further deepen your learning experience and enhance your knowledge and skills.

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

This high-level Information Security Management course will facilitate you to become an intermediary between top management, the IT department and operational units within your organization with regard to Information Security. The Mini Master Information Security Management allows you to:
develop Information Security and risk management strategies and policies suited to your organizational needs;
- set up Information Security and risk management processes, and embed them in other corporate processes to ensure good governance;
- raise Information Security awareness and determine what Information Security measures need to be taken;
- ensure that organizational and procedural-based security measures are designed and managed, taking into account all legal, business and user aspects;
- use design principles to ensure secure systems and develop security architectures; and
- constructively collaborate with technical Information Security experts and harmonize policies, operational activities and Information Security IT aspects.
After completing this program you have further developed these professional skills.

¿Esta formación es para mí?

The Mini Master Information Security Management is intended for professionals who operate at a management level or have management level aspirations. Positions held by participants include those of (Corporate) Information Security Officer, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Chief Information Officer (CIO), IT Consultant, IT Auditor, Business Analyst, Service Delivery Manager, IT Department Manager, Security Manager, and Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) Manager. The participants are active in various types of organizations, such as consulting and auditing firms, IT service suppliers, manufacturing, healthcare and governmental organizations.

Requisitos: The admission requirements to maintain the quality of the group are: - a minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience; and - a relevant university degree; or - substantial knowledge, experience and skills in a relevant field.

Sedes

Dónde se imparte y en qué fechas

Inicio Ubicación Horario
02 febrero 2017
Eindhoven
5611 GN, Noord Brabant, Holanda
2, 3, 23 and 24 February and 16 and 17 March 2017

¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Security Awareness
Management
Risk Assessment
Risk
Evaluation
Security
Networking
Risk Management
IT
Project
Technology
Security Management
Security Manager
IT risk
Management of Risk
Quality Training
Enterprise Risk Management
IT Security
IT Management
Skills and Training

Programa académico

INFORMATION SECURITY MANAGEMENT – COURSE PROGRAM

MODULE I Information Security Management – understanding the strategic context

Module I discusses the broader organizational context of Information Security and provides a pragmatic approach to align the Information Security strategy with the organization’s strategic goals. In addition, related governance, legal and compliance aspects will be covered as well as the economics of Information Security. Topics are:

  • Information Security and Business & IT Alignment: Critical Succes Factors for Information Security Management
  • Enterprise Risk Management: Risk standards (ISO)
  • Impact Analysis
  • Economics of Security: Security Balanced Scorecard (BSC)

MODULE II Translating Information Security strategy into action

In module II you will learn how to compose a professional Information Security Management System (ISMS) for your organization, starting from identifying the relevant information risks, to getting approval to start the security initiative, to finally launching it through a project-based approach. You will learn how to build and execute a short-, mid- and long-term Information Security program. Topics are:

  • How to promote Security Awareness: the use of models
  • Security Governance: organization, management, responsibilities, reporting
  • Program Development and Management
  • Incident Management and Response

MODULE III Maintaining operational aspects of Information Security Management

Module III addresses all operational matters related to Information Security Management, including questions such as how to keep Information Security on the agenda and how to control Information Security within the predefined requirements and agreements. The module also explores new security management challenges caused by new technological developments. Topics are:

  • Cyber Security and Infrastructure
  • IT Security Frameworks
  • NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
  • Technical Risk Assessment
  • IT Continuity Management
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Presentation of Information Security Management evaluation by participating organizations