Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)
CISM means higher earning potential and career
advancement. Recent independent studies consistently rank CISM as one of the
highest paying and sought after IT certifications.
MODULE 1: Introduction
This training is a comprehensive reference guide designed to assist individuals in preparing for the ISACA CISM exam and individuals who wish to understand the roles and responsibilities of an information security manager. It is a current, comprehensive, peer-reviewed information security management global resource.
Why Employers Hire CISMs?
Enterprises and government agencies increasingly recognize, require and expect their IS and IT professionals to hold CISM certification. .
- Identify critical issues and customize company-specific practices to support the governance of information and related technologies
- Bring credibility to the enterprise for which they are employed
- Take a comprehensive view of information systems security management and their relationship to organizational success
- Demonstrate to enterprise customers their commitment to compliance, security and integrity; ultimately contributing to the attraction and retention of customers
- Ensure that there is improved alignment between the organization's information security program and its broader goals and objectives
- Provide the enterprise with a certification for Information security management that is recognized by multinational clients and enterprises, lending credibility to the enterprise
MODULE 1: Domain 1- Information Security Governance
- Establish and/or maintain an information security governance framework and supporting processes to ensure that the information security strategy is aligned with organizational goals and objectives