Information Security Management is the new discipline in organizational management. It has been mandated for critical infrastructures by several laws, and has become the de-facto standard for information protection in organizations of any type. It is the “quality assurance” of the digital era.
The objective of this course is to help business decision-makers understand the steps that need to be taken to secure information in their organization.
After taking this course, learners will recognize the processes that need to be considered when implementing and using an Information Security Management System, and understand the legal requirements of such a system and how these can be implemented appropriately within an organization. The course gives guidelines on how to protect information with technical and organizational security controls.
Unit 1 - Information Security Goals
Unit 2 - Security Risk Management
Unit 3 - Security Control Types
Unit 4 - Security Management Processes: Prevention, Detection, Response
Unit 5 - Security Awareness
Unit 6 - Organizational Requirements
Unit 7 - Legal Conditions for Certifying Security Management Systems
Unit 8 - Key Takeaways
This course was held from Oct 10, 2017 through Nov 08, 2017.
2312 learners were enrolled on day 1 of the course.
When the final exam ended, this number had increased to 3555.
9073 learners enrolled.
This course was rated with 4.3 stars in average from 443 votes.
Find out more in the certificate guidelines.
Dr. Sachar Paulus is professor of IT Security at the Hochschule Mannheim, following a professorship in Security Management at the Technische Hochschule Brandenburg. Prior to commencing his academic career, Sachar worked at SAP for 8 years, where he held several leading positions in the area of security, including Chief Security Officer and SVP Product Security. In addition to his educational commitments, he runs a small consulting firm and is engaged in nonprofit organizations involved in improving information security in society.