Many organizations adopt security control frameworks that help organize controls into logical groupings and ensure coverage of all security objectives. Commonly used frameworks include the Control Objectives for Information Technology (COBIT), ISO 27001, and the security guidelines published by the National Institute for Standards and Technology.
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- [Teacher] Security professionals…have a wide variety of responsibilities,…and typically oversee the design, implementation,…and management of many different controls that protect…confidentiality, integrity, and availability.…It's important to make sure that these controls…provide adequate levels of protection…and cover many different risks.…It's quite a challenge to build…a comprehensive security program.…Fortunately, security professionals in an organization…don't have to start with a blank piece of paper…when they design security programs.…
They can use security control frameworks…to help ensure that they're covering all the bases…and building controls that protect…the organization against many foreseeable risks.…There are many different control frameworks…covering information security.…Let's take a look at a few of the most common ones.…The Control Objectives for Information Technology, or COBIT,…is a security control framework developed…by the Information System's Audit and Control Association.…This framework is very often used by auditors,…
Members who complete this course will be prepared to answer questions on the Security and Risk Management domain of the CISSP exam, and establish a critical foundation for the rest of their careers.
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- Aligning security with the business
- Using control frameworks
- Understanding compliance ethics
- Implementing effective security policies
- Ensuring the security of employees
- Managing risk
- Identifying threats
- Managing vendors
- Building security awareness and conducting security training
Skill Level Advanced
1. Security Governance
2. Compliance and Ethics
3. Security Policy
4. Business Continuity
5. Personnel Security
6. Risk Management
7. Threat Modeling
8. Vendor Management
Vendor agreements3m 34s
9. Awareness and Training
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